Secret Service Destroys Video Footage of Biden’s Dog’s Attack

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( – The Secret Service destroyed video footage of Biden’s German shepherd attacking an agent.

According to reporting by the Daily Mail, the Secret Service confirmed that it had destroyed evidence of President Joe Biden’s German shepherd, Commander, attacking a Secret Service agent at the White House.

The attack occurred on June 15, 2023, at the East Wing’s Kennedy Garden.

It was so harsh that White House tours were briefly suspended to clean blood from the floor.

However, in response to a March Freedom of Information Act (FIOA) request by the Daily Mail to the Secret Service, Kevin Tyrrell, Secret Service FOIA Officer, revealed the agency had destroyed the file(s) because of its “retention standards.”

The video reportedly shows Commander running toward the agent at a high speed before aggressively jumping on the agent and biting the agent’s arm so deeply they required stitches.

Anthony Guglielmi, a spokesperson for the Secret Service, told the Daily Mail the Secret Service abides by the “federal records retention schedule,” which outlines when specific records are destroyed or archived.

According to documents Judicial Watch obtained in February, emails warned that an injury was inevitable.

In the email, obtained by an FOIA request, a Secret Service official warns others a month before the incident that Commander is “being let off the leash” and allowed to roam freely, telling their colleagues to make a note of it for “situational awareness.”

In the email, the agent reveals that the dog was brought out and “bounced between us techs,” noting that although no one had been bitten “it’s just a matter of time before it happens.”

Commander has been a problematic pup since joining the Bidens in 2021, as it was reported in February that he had bitten Secret Service agents more than two dozen times.

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