I tromped out to the Catoctin Mountains next to Camp David last weekend. Good scenery, considering the neighborhood. I was pleased to see that TSA was not operating a checkpoint for access to the mountain.
There is a restaurant – actually, an “inn” – in nearby Thurmont, MD that proudly advertises that it is popular with Secret Service agents who spend time at Camp David.
I didn’t notice a parade of scantily-dressed tarts parading in front of the inn, so the Thurmont police department is apparently not entrapping the Secret Service agents as brazenly as the DC police recently did. The Washington Post reported that the agent, “driving his Secret Service vehicle and in uniform, encountered the undercover officer about 12:50 a.m. near 11th and K streets NW… After bantering about prices and services, the woman agreed to perform oral sex for $20 and told the [agent] to meet her around the corner. He was arrested there by D.C. police officers…”
The Post did not report whether the $20 price included a discount for uniformed officers.
[full size versions of the photos below are available at my Flickr page here.]