It was last July that I reported on the hundreds of horrible acts of the Secret Service including rape, rampant use of prostitutes, and an agent who gave a minor boy roofies and alcohol before he molested the underage child. There was the agent who had a male prostitute to his hotel room, and after sex the prostitute stole his gun. However the most memorable was the agent who masturbated at his desk and asked the woman walking by if she wanted to finish him off. The corruption demonstrated included an attempt by the Secret Service to cover all of these bad acts up.
An active Secret Service officer was indicted by a federal jury in December of 2015 for sending explicit messages and photos to a police agent, posing as a 14-year-old girl. His name was Lee Robert Moore. He was 37 years old and was employed by the U.S. Secret Service-Uniformed Division, assigned to the White House at the time of his arrest on Nov. 9, 2015.
The prosecutors said he was guilty of “sexting” underage girls while he was supposedly guarding the White House. Moore was also accused of destroying evidence. However it appears he didn’t do a very good job of destroying evidence as investigators found cellphone and computer records evidencing “hundreds and hundreds” of sexually explicit conversations he had with underage girls, police officers who posed as minors, and adult women.
Originally Moore pleaded not guilty to charges he lured a Broward County
girl into engaging in sexual activity in 2014. Moore also pleaded not guilty to related charges of attempting to produce and receive child pornography.
Moore sent “numerous” photographs of his genitals to the girl. The girl also was persuaded to send him naked photographs of herself.
Federal agents also have identified at least one other underage girl with whom Moore had a “virtually identical” relationship. That girl lives in Texas and had just turned 14 when she was communicating online with Moore, the prosecutor said.
Moore, who had already pleaded not guilty to a federal child pornography charge in Delaware.