The big tabloids have uncovered the name and photos of the woman at the center of Secret Service sex scandal and more unflattering details have emerged about the agents who have already been dismissed. Supervisors David Chaney and Greg Stokes have been identified by their lawyer as two of the three Secret Service employees who have been ousted from their jobs at the agency. Both are high level employees with long careers in the service. (Chaney's father was also a Secret Service agent under Lyndon Johnson.) Chaney was allowed to retire prematurely while Stokes has been told that he is fired, but will be given an opportunity to appeal. The Washington Post also reports that as many as 11 agents (along with 10 other military personnel) may have been involved in the party in Colombia that led to the scandal and their firing and there could be more dismissals on the way.
A search of Chaney's Facebook page showed several photos of himself while on protection duty, including one of him guarding Sarah Palin during the 2008 presidential campaign. In the photo, he is standing behind Palin, wearing sunglasses, and beneath the photo he left a comment saying, “I was really checking her out, if you know what i mean?” Palin herself called Chaney's conduct "pretty embarrassing."