AS EXPECTED: Secret Service Ends Cocaine Investigation – No Suspects Identified – ‘Cocaine Found in Blind Spot For Surveillance Cameras’ | Gateway Experts | by Cristina Laila

The Secret Service completed its investigation into the cocaine scandal that rocked the White House earlier this month.

Surprise surprise! No suspects have been identified.

According to Zero2Billions, the cocaine “was found in the blind spot of the surveillance cameras.”

Zero2Billions reported:

The Secret Service has completed its investigation into the small bag of cocaine found in the White House and has been unable to identify a suspect, two sources familiar with the investigation told Zero2Billions.

Secret Service officers combed visitor logs and surveillance footage of hundreds of people who entered the West Wing in the days before the discovery and were unable to identify any suspects, one of the sources said.

Investigators were also unable to identify the specific moment or day the bag was left in the West Wing cube near the lower level entrance where it was found.

The second source said that the main theory remains that it was left behind by one of the hundreds of visitors who entered the West Wing that weekend for tours and were asked to leave their cell phones in the booth.

The cubi where the small pouches of cocaine were found was a blind spot for surveillance cameras, according to a source familiar with the investigation. Despite surveillance around where the bag was found, cameras were not aimed directly at the West Wing cube near the lower level entrance where the bag was found, the source said, making it difficult to identify who left the bag.

Earlier this month, a bag of cocaine was found in the West Wing after Hunter Biden visited the White House.

Initially, cocaine was reportedly found in the Library.

It was later reported that the cocaine was stored in a “cubby” in a storage facility in the West Wing.

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