A saga over prostitution allegations against a powerful U.S. senator and the media outlet that first reported them just got another major twist.
The Washington Post reported Monday night that Sen. Robert Menendez (D-NJ) has asked the Justice Department to investigate intelligence indicating that the Cuban government planted the allegations in U.S. and Latin American media outlets, bringing the scandal back into the spotlight more than a year after it appeared to have burned out.
Understandably, it can be difficult to keep all of it straight. So here’s a guide to the players involved in the debunked allegations that Menendez paid underage women for sex in the Dominican Republic, a story first published by the Daily Caller just days ahead of the New Jersey Democrat’s 2012 reelection.
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