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    'D.C. Madam' believed dead

    How long before the conspiracy theorists come out of the woodwork?

    'D.C. Madam' believed dead
    [url]http://www.cnn.com/2008/POLITICS/05/01/dc.madam/index.html[/url]
    (CNN) -- A woman who police believe to be Deborah Jeane Palfrey, known as the "D.C. Madam," was found dead in Florida Thursday, according to Tarpon Springs police.


    Deborah Jeane Palfrey was convicted of running a high-powered prostitution ring.

    The body has not been positively identified.

    "Detectives are investigating an apparent suicide of a (white female) that appears to be in her early 50s," Tarpon Springs police said in a news release.

    Palfrey, 52, was convicted last month in connection with a high-end prostitution ring catering to Washington's elite.

    She was found guilty of of money laundering, racketeering and mail fraud. She was awaiting sentencing with a potential of 50 years in jail.

    At least one lawmaker, Louisiana Sen. David Vitter, a Republican, turned up in the phone records of her business, Pamela Martin & Associates.

    State Department official Randall Tobias resigned in May 2007 after confirming he patronized Palfrey's business.

    She argued it was a legitimate, legal escort service.

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    Obviously GW Bush used her services and sent Carl Rove to kill her when she threatened to name names....

    I'm sure the conspiracy nuts on the board will agree.

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    [QUOTE=DeanPatsFan;2519553]Obviously GW Bush used her services and sent Carl Rove to kill her when she threatened to name names....

    I'm sure the conspiracy nuts on the board will agree.[/QUOTE]

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    It's funny, but the first thing that popped into my head was "So who on her list killed her?"

    Just screams Conspiracy Theory.....which probably means it WAS just suicide.

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    love the attempt at pre-emption by the empire supporters... a rather transparent ploy at trumping the facts... per usual...

    considering the myriad convenient deaths and disappearances in their grand cover-up already (journalists, scientists, intel assets), the important thing to note is just how swiftly this gets labelled a suicide and to what lengths a criminal investigation is even undertaken...

    Dick Cheney was reportedly on the list, and if there's one thing we all know repressed Con men can't ever deal with is the revealing of sexual impropriety...

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    [QUOTE=HDCentStOhio;2519778]How long before the conspiracy theorists come out of the woodwork?[/QUOTE]


    [QUOTE=Press_Coverage;2519778] love the attempt at pre-emption by the empire supporters... a rather transparent ploy at trumping the facts... per usual...

    considering the myriad convenient deaths and disappearances in their grand cover-up already (journalists, scientists, intel assets), the important thing to note is just how swiftly this gets labelled a suicide and to what lengths a criminal investigation is even undertaken...

    Dick Cheney was reportedly on the list, and if there's one thing we all know repressed Con men can't ever deal with is the revealing of sexual impropriety... [/QUOTE]Less than three hours! So predictable you could set a clock by it.:yes:

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    [QUOTE=HDCentStOhio;2519821]Less than three hours! So predictable you could set a clock by it.:yes:[/QUOTE]

    Well, the story just broke. WTF was I supposed to do, wait a sufficient amount of time to soothe goofy YOU?

    Here's another prediction. Pre-programmed Empire drones like yourself won't offer a word of original insight regarding the details of her death, the dirt she had on many Empire insiders, nor the string of convenient deaths and disappearances since 9/11.

    Instead, all you'll do is point and laugh from behind the teacher, trying to get the rest of the class to point and laugh with you. It's all you ever do.

    The point is, watch this story unfold very closely. And watch how the media adheres itself to the rather early "suicide" explanation already, and how any potential criminal investigation is swift and superficial.

    I'll say this: If any of her family and loved ones come out and are quoted saying she was showing suicidal tendencies in the weeks leading up to this, I will back off. However, at this point, means, motive and opportunity are beyond sufficient for a criminal investigation.
    Last edited by Press_Coverage; 05-01-2008 at 04:57 PM.

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    fyi... there is a taped interview of her saying, no matter what happens, I WILL NOT COMMIT SUICIDE. she was just another citizen killed.. by our government.

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    yup.... oops!!!! ... yeah, just a conspiracy.... :rolleyes:
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    During several recent appearances on The Alex Jones Show, [URL="http://prisonplanet.com/articles/may2008/050108_madam_predicted.htm"]Palfrey also said that [/URL]she was at risk of being killed and that authorities would make it look like suicide. She made it clear that she was not suicidal and if she was found dead it would be murder.

    Palfrey had threatened to release the names of well-known clients of her upscale call girl ring in the nation's capitol, and had indicated that Dick Cheney may be one of them.

    "[B]No I'm not planning to commit suicide," Palfrey told The Alex Jones Show on her last appearance, "I'm planning on going into court and defending myself vigorously and exposing the government," [/B]she said.



    UPDATE: In an almost uncanny development, as soon as this article started to go viral on the Internet, Time Magazine released a story claiming that Palfrey told author Dan Moldea that she would rather commit suicide than go to jail. What a funny coincidence![/INDENT][/COLOR]

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    [QUOTE=Press_Coverage;2519851]

    Here's another prediction. Pre-programmed Empire drones like yourself won't offer a word of original insight regarding the details of her death, the dirt she had on many Empire insiders, nor the string of convenient deaths and disappearances since 9/11.

    Instead, all you'll do is point and laugh from behind the teacher, trying to get the rest of the class to point and laugh with you. It's all you ever do.

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    [url]http://www.time.com/time/nation/article/0,8599,1736687,00.html?xid=rss-nation[/url]

    Deborah Jeane Palfrey, known as the "D.C. Madam," once implied that suicide was cowardice but, in the end, she seems to have chosen that same path herself. [b]"She wasn't going to jail, she told me that very clearly. She told me she would commit suicide," author Dan Moldea told TIME soon after news broke of her body being found in Tarpon Springs, Florida, an apparent suicide.[/b] Palfrey's body, along with a handwritten suicide note, was discovered by police in a storage area attached to her mother's mobile home. Palfrey contacted Moldea last year to provide her help writing a book. "She had done time once before [for prostitution]," Moldea recalls. "And it damn near killed her. She said there was enormous stress — it made her sick, she couldn't take it, and she wasn't going to let that happen to her again." Palfrey was scheduled to be sentenced on July 24 on a series of racketeering and money laundering charges as part of running a prostitution ring that had as clients many prominent Washingtonians, including Senator David Vitter of Lousiana. She faced as many as 55 years behind bars.
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    When a former employee of Palfrey's, Brandy Britton, hanged herself before going to trial, Palfrey told the press, "I guess I'm made of something that Brandy Britton wasn't made of."

    Palfrey's trial, which concluded in mid-April with a conviction, is one of very few such cases prosecuted in the federal courts. Most prostitution violations are dealt with at the state or municipal level, and attract little publicity. In the Palfrey case, prosecutors obliged a string of obviously embarrassed clients and employees of the escort service to appear on the witness stand and testify under oath. Nearly all testified that they had engaged in sexual acts in exchange for money, a version of events that contradicted Palfrey's claims that she had been running a high-end sexual fantasy service — and that any actual sexual activity was against the rules, and clearly stated when employees were hired.

    Palfrey ran her operation — which covered the Washington D.C., Baltimore and northern Virginia area — by telephone from her home in California. Clients would contact her, often in response to advertisements in Washington newspapers and magazines, and she would set them up with women. According to court testimony, Palfrey would sometimes even contact clients for after-action reports to determine whether her employees were doing their job correctly and enthusiastically.

    It was Palfrey's phone records that led to problems for prominent Washington figures once her prosecution got under way. She had thousands of pages, including 10,000 to 15,000 numbers of clients calling in to her California residence. Besides Sen. Vitter, others whose names appeared on those records included Randall Tobias, a senior State Department official in charge of foreign aid — who had publicly inveighed against prostitution and who quickly resigned after his name was made public. Harlan Ullman, a well-known military specialist at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, a Washington think tank, was also identified.

    According to Moldea, who last year examined Palfrey's phone records and discovered the name of Vitter, a Republican, as a client of Palfrey's escort servie — Pamela Martin & Associates — the last time he saw Palfrey in person was less than week before her conviction on prostitution charges on April 15. "A friend and I met with Jeanne and we had a sushi lunch near the courtroom," he said. "She was upbeat and hopeful. She felt the prosecution had not made the case and that she was going to walk. She was hopeful to the end." But, when the jury came in with her conviction, she reportedly was taken aback. "When I heard that I knew that, for her, it was all over. There is no question in my mind that she took her own life."

    Vitter remains a Senator and has not been censured, despite coming under intense public criticism. Of Palfrey, Moldea said, "I liked her. She was a good person, she was kind, funny, she had a sense of humor, and what she may have done in business, I bring no judgment to that. You have to remember that all those who worked for her service and those who used it — none of them were held to account, or punished. And now, she is dead


    We're all behind the teacher pointing and laughing at you......

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    [B][I][U]she was murdered by our government . stop turning your back to the truth.[/U][/I][/B]

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    [QUOTE=Press_Coverage;2519878]yup.... oops!!!! ... yeah, just a conspiracy.... :rolleyes:
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    During several recent appearances on The Alex Jones Show, [URL="http://prisonplanet.com/articles/may2008/050108_madam_predicted.htm"]Palfrey also said that [/URL]she was at risk of being killed and that authorities would make it look like suicide. She made it clear that she was not suicidal and if she was found dead it would be murder.

    Palfrey had threatened to release the names of well-known clients of her upscale call girl ring in the nation's capitol, and had indicated that Dick Cheney may be one of them.

    "[B]No I'm not planning to commit suicide," Palfrey told The Alex Jones Show on her last appearance, "I'm planning on going into court and defending myself vigorously and exposing the government," [/B]she said.



    UPDATE: In an almost uncanny development, as soon as this article started to go viral on the Internet, Time Magazine released a story claiming that Palfrey told author Dan Moldea that she would rather commit suicide than go to jail. What a funny coincidence![/INDENT][/COLOR][/QUOTE]

    And let us guess, if the investigation happens to conclude that it was a suicide, you will not accept this and will scream "cover-up". And Uncle Fetzer will join in, too.:yes:

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    [QUOTE=HDCentStOhio;2519968]And let us guess, if the investigation happens to conclude that it was a suicide, you will not accept this and will scream "cover-up". And Uncle Fetzer will join in, too.:yes:[/QUOTE]

    Notice in the story DeanKlanFan provided where it states that Brandy Britton, Palfrey's assistant, also "committed suicide" just before her trial back in January.

    Notice also that TIME pumped that story immediately on the day she was suicided. Why wouldn't they publish the story long ago?

    The verdict was just read Tuesday. She had almost 3 months before her sentencing date... Why would she do this now, when she had three months to push for leverage?

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    I don't know enough about this story to give an opinion as to whether this could be a conspiracy.

    But I find it hilarious how some of the conservative folk at this site roll their eyes at the idea of a conspiracy. Like the idea of wealthy and powerful people coming together to commit a criminal act is unheard of :zzz::zzz::zzz:

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    [QUOTE=Press_Coverage;2520015]
    The verdict was just read Tuesday. She had almost 3 months before her sentencing date... [B]Why would she do this now[/B], when she had three months to push for leverage?[/QUOTE]
    Gee, I don't know, maybe she was mentally ill. :rolleyes:

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    [QUOTE=HDCentStOhio;2520075]Gee, I don't know, maybe she was mentally ill. :rolleyes:[/QUOTE]

    And there it is, ladies and gentlemen. The extent of self-rationalization required to be an obediant, unquestioning card-carrying member of the Bush League.

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    [QUOTE=BLEED JET GREEN;2519920][B][I][U]she was murdered by our government . stop turning your back to the truth.[/U][/I][/B][/QUOTE]

    And your cold, hard evidence of that claim is.......?

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    Sure, it stinks to high heaven. Geez, not like there was a motive to snuff her out or anything:rolleyes: Would it actually surprise anyone if she was taken out?

    Suicide or not, you roll with the big dogs, better hope you don't cross them too bad...especially if you're just a pimp/madame/hooker.

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    [QUOTE=HDCentStOhio;2519821]Less than three hours! So predictable you could set a clock by it.:yes:[/QUOTE]

    and almost like clockwork you knew which mindless lunatic would be the first to chime in and take your bait......:yes:

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    [QUOTE=HDCentStOhio;2519968]And let us guess, if the investigation happens to conclude that it was a suicide, you will not accept this and will scream "cover-up". And Uncle Fetzer will join in, too.:yes:[/QUOTE]

    oohh the irony....one conspiracy lunatic relying on quotes from the talk show of another well known conspiracy lunatic to prove his as usual baseless point....

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