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 Post subject: Police: 'D.C. madam' kills herself in Fla. coastal town
PostPosted: Thu May 01, 2008 8:44 pm 
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I do not buy this !!!!!!

http://www.breitbart.com/article.php?id ... t=breaking

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Hard to say. Witnesses often get suicided or disappeared or blown up or suffer a tragic auto accident.

High level Washington relationships are extraordinarely dangerous.

How many of Clintons old associates got suicided? Too many to be coincidence?

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I'm with you on this one, guys.

Too convenient...and far too much of a coincidence right here at election time.

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i wonder just how deep the rabbit hole really went.

who are some of the high profile names, namely repugs, that she had info on.

too many questions for me to simply dismiss.

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I heard where she stated that she wasn't going to spend a single day in prison since intended to name names. The problem was she made this statement during a public interview; she had no idea that these guys have ways of silencing canaries. Though I do think multiple suicide notes was a bit of overkill. (Sorry about that, I just can't resist a pun.)

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NOTE THE TYPO IN THE FIRST PARAGRAPH. VITTER IS A REPUBLICAN, NOT A DEMOCRAT!

[url=http://blogs.abcnews.com/theblotter/2008/04/dc-madam-trial.html]D.C. Madam Trial: Powerful Men Won't Have to Testify?
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At least three powerful men, including Sen. David Vitter, D-La., may not have to testify about their involvement with a Washington, D.C. escort service.

The attorney for accused "D.C. Madam" Deborah Jeane Palfrey said he would rest his case today without calling any further witnesses, the Associated Press reported. The prosecution is also expected to rest its case today, Preston Burton told the news service.

Earlier in the case, Burton had indicated he might call to the stand Vitter, former senior State Department official Randall Tobias, and military strategist Harlan Ullman -- all men whose numbers appeared on phone records of Palfrey's business. None have been called.

While the trio will apparently be saved the embarrassment of publicly describing their encounters with Palfrey and her women, many lesser-known figures have not been so lucky.

Three lesser-known men who were former clients were called by prosecutors to testify they had sex with women dispatched by Palfrey. Several women who worked for Palfrey were also compelled to testify, in exchange for immunity from prosecution.


Anyone who believes this woman committed suicide is more delusional than W.






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Think Cheney. 8)

ABC anchor Sam Donaldson has also been a rumored client, along with a law partner of Rudy Giuliani, associates of Jack Abramoff and many more Pentagon, DC and corporate insiders on a list of over 10,000 numbers.

According to early accounts, ABC News correspondent Brian Ross had the exclusive scoop because Palfrey turned over years-long call lists for his staff to verify. After Cheney turned up on the list, the story, already on the ABC website and poised to run on 20/20, suddenly went away.

No explanation has been offered as to why ABC reversed itself. Any mention of Cheney was scrubbed from their website and the 20/20 piece never ran. Vitter and Tobias had already admitted whoring, so the mainstream press continues to carry the DC Madam story without mentioning Cheney, excepting DC blogsman Wayne Madsen, who says his reporting is corroborated by multiple sources, all but daring Cheney to sue. The trial's verdict received little coverage and a scheduled Vitter was never subpoaened.

Then, going into to a weekend news cycle we heard about the hanging, presented as a suicide from the first mention with no investigation. The public was left bereft of details - was it a full autopsy and inquest? Witness statements? Did the Madam check out without leaving behind anything critical of those who hounded her? No mentions left behind about the DOJ Attorney fired after investigating her case? .......

http://www.opednews.com/articles/opedne ... ding_c.htm

Carnaby claimed to have been a CIA operative, an assertion that has yet to be refuted, but is doubted by investigators.

The chase began after Carnaby was pulled over for speeding, but when he handed over what appeared to be a CIA credential instead of his driver’s license, the officer grew suspicious. Police were going to arrest Carnaby on suspicion of impersonating a federal officer, but he took off.

The chase, which reached 122 miles per hour at one point, ended when Carnaby stopped and was shot by police as he reached for something in his car. Police thought he was reaching for a weapon, when instead it turned out to be a mobile phone. .....

http://www.khou.com/news/local/houstonm ... 222ad.html

To the greatest mystery, however, of the murdering of this CIA officer, according to these FSB reports, is that Agent Carnaby was tasked by his superiors to meet with the recently convicted D.C. Madam Deborah Palfrey in her Florida home, and who had reported to the CIA that her life was ‘in danger’ over her threatening to release her secret files that would detail the high-level US Government Officials who utilized her prostitution services.

Of the top US Officials said to have been a client of the D.C. Madam was one of their top War Leaders, Vice President Richard Cheney, and as we can read: .......

http://www.whatdoesitmean.com/index1096.htm

May 11, 2007 -- Cheney report blowback. As an example of what occurs in Washington when someone goes after the hypocrisy of the Bush administration and the lickspittles in the so-called "main stream media," this editor was the subject of a verbal barrage this past week on WMAL-AM's morning drive radio show. Apparently, the ABC-owned radio station did not like our report that Disney/ABC, under pressure from the White House, killed the DC Madam's list story. The two morning radio hosts also did not like our report that Vice President Dick Cheney is on the list from his time as a part-time resident of McLean, Virginia while he was President and CEO of Halliburton.

WMAL has gone from a relatively apolitical station to a propaganda outlet for right-wing radio blatherers, including Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity, Paul Harvey, and Mark Levin, and the two morning guys, "Grandy and Andy," who did not like our story about Cheney and the Madam......

http://edschultz.invisionzone.com/index ... opic=27924


The last one is an iformative thread on the topic 8)

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We are about as likely to see Chainey get called on the carpet as a Rock*feller. He is part of the court of the kings. An extremely high level Illuminati.

I know someone who is thought to be a victim of a vehicular hit ordered by Chainey.

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The bigger they are the harder they fall. There are going to be a lot of pissed off urban snipers coming home soon. Especially when they read about General Sanchez's soon to be released book.

Retired U.S. Army Lt. Gen. Ricardo Sanchez, who commanded ground troops in Iraq from 2003 to 2004, has since been speaking out about the conduct of the Iraq war — especially about what he calls the Bush administration's "catastrophically flawed, unrealistically optimistic war plan."

His views take book form in Wiser in Battle: A Soldier's Story, which also details his rise from an impoverished Texas childhood to become the Army's highest-ranking Hispanic officer.............

http://www.npr.org/templates/story/stor ... d=90229404

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Building Manager: D.C. Madam's Death Suspicious

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The death of Deborah Jean Palfrey, also known as the D.C. Madam, continues to be plagued by uncertainty.

Among the conspiracy theorists is Joe Strizack, the manager of Park Lake Towers, an Orlando condo building where Palfrey owned a unit.

Strizack said even after reading Palfrey’s suicide letters, he does not believe her death was a suicide.

"No one will get into that unit until her mother does," Strizack said. "That place is sealed."

Strizack said he talked to Palfrey the day she left for her mother’s home in Tarpon Springs, where she was later found hanged.

Strizack looked over the suicide notes, but he questioned if the notes were actually written by Palfrey, and if they were, he thinks they may have been written under duress.

"She could sign her signature a hundred times and it would be identical," Strizack said. "That is not her signature."

He remains adamant that Palfrey was murdered.

"Monday morning a woman tells you that she’s afraid for her life, she told me several instances where people we following her, and Thursday she’s dead," Strizack said. "What do you think? If someone would put a hit out for her and id someone wanted something done they could do it."

Despite the speculation, the Tarpon Springs Police Department is sticking by their original statement. They said there has been no new evidence to suggest Palfrey’s death was anything other than suicide.


I quoted the entire article on the off chance the article could disappear as some have in the past. That is articles or people who the war cabal aren't pleased with.

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From the above article:

"Despite the speculation, the Tarpon Springs Police Department is sticking by their original statement. They said there has been no new evidence to suggest Palfrey’s death was anything other than suicide."

I'm shocked.

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