Third White House gate crasher raises terror threat anew

The Secret Services has revealed that, in addition to Tareq and Michaele Salahi, a third person entered President Obama's Indian state dinner without an invitation, raising fears of how security is run for the president.

In a media advisory, the Secret Service said that the individual, who has not been named, came to the dinner with the official indian delegation. The unnamed person had come from the hotel where the delegation was staying.

"This individual went through all required security measures along with the rest of the official delegation at the hotel, and boarded a bus/van with the delegation guests en route to the White House," the advisory said.

CBS News was told by a state department official that the individual was a private American citizen who was with a delegation of Indian CEO's at the hotel.

There is no evidence that the individual in question came into contact with the president or the first lady or the he or she went through the receiving line.

The Secret Service has already changed its procedures following the security breakdown at the state dinner in regards to foreign delegations. Questions arose after the dinner about security, including wether or not the Salahis would have been able to sneak in bioweapons undetected.