Obama Administration Cover-Up of Columbian Prostitution Scandal, Kathryn Ruemmler Looked the Other Way

Obama Administration Cover-Up of Columbian Prostitution Scandal, Kathryn Ruemmler Looked the Other Way

White House Attorney, Kathryn Ruemmler, on the Short List to Replace Eric Holder Found No Wrong Doing in Prostitution Scandal of Son of Donor

What seemed like a minor scandal involving just a few people, has now been exposed as another Obama Administration cover-up. Why would the administration tell the Homeland Security investigator to sit on the investigation and withhold information about a seemingly minor incident? And if they covered up this incident, what else has been covered up that we don’t know anything about?

Apparently the White House was presented with information in 2012 that a prostitute was registered as an overnight guest in the room of a travel advance team member on President Obama’s trip to Cartagena, Colombia.

Who was this travel advance team member? Jonathan Dach.  Jonathan’s father, Leslie Dach, is a major Democrat campaign donor and former lobbyist for WalMart, partnered with Michelle Obama on the “Let’s Move!” campaign, and now works at the Department of Health and Human Services Department,  where part of his responsibilities include handling the next phase of the Affordable Care Act.

In the picture above Jonathan Dach is the young man to Obama’s left and Leslie his father is the man to Obama’s right and the women to Obama’s right is Jonathan’s mother Mary.

At the time of the April 2012 trip, Jonathan Dach was a 25-year-old Yale University student who was working as a volunteer through the White House travel associates program. Apparently he had traveled with Obama on previous domestic and international trips, according to travel office staffers who worked with him. How does a 25 year old college student get such an assignment?  Maybe it is because his father put nearly $24,000 in the Democratic coffers that helped elect President Barack Obama in 2008

White House attorney,  Kathryn Ruemmler,  who is now on the short list to replace Eric Holder, reportedly interviewed Jonathan Dach and determined that he had done nothing wrong. However, the same hotel records were used to damage the reputations, and resulted in the firing, of 10 Secret Service Agents  indicate that Dach did the same thing in regard to having a prostitute spend the night as a registered guest. Former and current Secret Service agents are angry at the White House’s insistence that none of its team members were involved and its private decision to not fully investigate one of its own — while their colleagues had their careers ruined or hampered. They were treated “radically differently by different parts of the same executive branch,” said Larry Berger, a lawyer who represented many of the agents, who were union members of the Federal Law Enforcement Officers Association.

A Homeland Security investigator was asked to withhold information about Dach’s involvement from his report.  Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2786178/White-House-cover-Senior-member-presidential-team-involved-2012-Colombia-prostitution-scandal-hushed-up


Kathryn Ruemmler

When asked by Ed Henry on April 23rd, 2012:  “Did the White House Counsel check the hotel records in Colombia to see if any White House advance or White House staff?” – Jay Carney responded:  “I’m not going to get into the specifics.

So what we have now is a man who was sent to Columbia to do a specific job, spending the night in his taxpayer paid room with a Columbian prostitute and who is now working for the State Department in the Secretary’s Office of Global Women’s Issues. Irony?


How do you get selected to be an Attorney General in the United States?  The answer may not be as noble as the citizens would wish.  Sometimes Presidents select people they feel will protect them from legitimate legal investigations.  President Kennedy selected his own brother, Robert Kennedy.  President Obama selected Eric Holder, who had developed a reputation for corruption and protecting his boss under Bill Clinton.

Holder was the key legal figure in the Clinton Administration’s ammesty for Marc Rich, the billionaire tax cheat, who was on the FBI’s Ten Most Wanted list for years.  After Marc Rich gave over $1 million to President Clinton laundered through his ex-wife and a Clinton organization, Eric Holder did the paperwork for full amnesty for Marc Rich.

So Kathryn Ruemmler’s actions in this case probably enhance her qualifications in the eyes of Obama.  Obama’s history indicates that. Unless publicity about this scandal becomes a problem.

Wikipedia has this to say about the Clinton/Holder pardon of Marc Rich:

In 1983 Rich and partner Pincus Green were indicted on 65 criminal counts, including income tax evasion, wire fraud, racketeering, and trading with Iran during the oil embargo (at a time when Iranian revolutionaries were still holding American citizens hostage).[3][9] The charges would have led to a sentence of more than 300 years in prison had Rich been convicted on all counts.[3] The indictment was filed by then-U.S. Federal Prosecutor (and future mayor of New York City) Rudolph Giuliani. At the time it was the biggest tax evasion case in U.S. history.[19]

Hearing of the plans for the indictment, Rich fled[11] to Switzerland and, always insisting that he was not guilty, never returned to the U.S. to answer the charges.[Notes 1] Rich’s companies eventually pled guilty to 35 counts of tax evasion and paid $90 million in fines,[9] although Rich himself remained on the Federal Bureau of Investigation‘s Ten Most-Wanted Fugitives List for many years,[21] narrowly evading capture in Britain, Germany, Finland, and Jamaica.[22] Fearing arrest, he did not even return to the United States to attend his daughter’s funeral in 1996.[23]

On January 20, 2001, hours before leaving office, U.S. President Bill Clinton granted Rich what would prove to be a highly controversial presidential pardon. Several of Clinton’s strongest supporters distanced themselves from the decision.[24] Former President Jimmy Carter, a fellow Democrat, said, “I don’t think there is any doubt that some of the factors in his pardon were attributable to his large gifts. In my opinion, that was disgraceful.”[25] Clinton himself would later express regret for issuing the pardon, saying that “it wasn’t worth the damage to my reputation.”[11] 

Bill Clinton’s above reason for “regret” it may be noted is purely selfish.

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