Information coming out about a Senior Executive Service member who happens to be the head of the U.S. Marshall’s Service is embarrassing, to say the least. It seems that the man, Andrew Smith, has some explaining to do.
New details about the alleged rendezvous reveal Smith and the woman, described as a “senior”-ranking marshal, hooked up in the late afternoon in July on a couch in his office, the sources said.
Other Marshals employees who were on the floor outside of Smith’s office — which has glass walls with frosted windows — allegedly heard the hot-and-heavy session and may have recorded it on their cellphones, according to law-enforcement sources.
What really seems to have Smith in hot water, though, has to do with not doing his homework.
The Marshals Service is probing Smith for allegedly getting underlings to do his homework assignments while attending a post-graduate program at the Naval War College, according to sources and a letter reviewed by The Post.
“I am writing to inform you a U.S. Marshals Service employee and Naval War College student, Andrew Smith, is under an internal investigation for tasking subordinates to complete class assignments, which he submitted to the Naval War College as his own work,” the letter states.
That would be a problem, no matter what institution of higher learning is involved, let alone the Naval War College. How Smith thought he could get away with this is a story that would make the Congressional show hearing actually worth watching.
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