Friday, June 10, 2016

Dancing On The Dime

How to have a good time at taxpayer expense:
DEA workers Glen Glover of New Jersey and David Polos of New York were convicted Thursday of failing to disclose their business interests in South Hackensack, New Jersey’s “Twins Plus Lounge” and conspiring to hide the club to keep their jobs and top-secret security clearances, according to the Department of Justice.

Polos was also convicted of failing to report his romantic relationship with a Brazilian dancer on federal forms when asked to disclose any close relationships with foreign nationals, the court documents show. The two purchased the club in 2010.

The DEA allowed Polos to retire from his job as an assistant special agent in charge last year, according to, and suspended Glover, according to the New York Times.

“Based on surveillance by myself and other law enforcement agents, databases available to law enforcement agents and witness interviews, I know that ‘Twins Plus Lounge’ or ‘Twins Plus Go-Go Lounge’ is an adult entertainment establishment located in South Hackensack, New Jersey, featuring scantily clad and sometimes topless women (“dancers”) and offers private stalls for what are supposed to be limited-contact dances between patrons and those dancers, commonly called ‘lap dances,'” FBI Special Agent Hannah M. Buch said in the complaint.
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