November 28, 2023

Does Secret Service Still Have DNA from Cocaine Discovered at White House?

There are still a lot of unanswered questions regarding the bag of cocaine that was found at the White House over the summer.

For instance, who did the key belong to?

Secondly, is the Secret Service still holding on to DNA that was found at the scene?

Questions Answered

When the cocaine was first discovered, it was allegedly found in Locker 50, but there has been plenty of speculation about that as well, with some believing the Secret Service placed the cocaine in Locker 50 after it was found.

The natural question is, “Who was the last person to use the locker?”

Again, not answered, with the Secret Service only stating that the key was reported “lost” after the cocaine was found in the locker.

Documents obtained via a Freedom of Information Act request were published in the Daily Mail, including pictures of where the cocaine was found.

Among those documents was a report of “DNA secondary evidence from Item #1,” with Item #1 being the bag of cocaine.

In the Certified Inventory of Evidence list, Item #2 is described as an “envelope containing (3) tubes.”

While it is unclear what the evidence was, experts believe it contained DNA swabs from the locker and cocaine bag, but the Secret Service could not, or would not confirm that.

Secret Service Spokesman Anthony Guglielmi stated, “I don't know exactly what was in the tubes but in terms of destruction, there is a retention schedule that must be followed and the time to keep evidence depends on the type of evidence it is and the disposition status of the case.”

The cocaine was reportedly destroyed within days, which got the conspiracy theorists running wild.

There are more than a few people who believe the Secret Service actually solved the case but is not publishing the real report because of who the evidence pointed a finger at, but that is pure speculation.

I find the entire thing unbelievable with all the surveillance that is in place at the White House.

You would have to think that with belongings going into those lockers, there would be surveillance all the time, especially when White House visitors are present, so I don’t buy the idea they could not identify the individual who placed the cocaine in that locker.

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