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And where, pray tell, is her little black book with all the names of Washington big wigs? Given that she was to be sentenced in July she was -forgive the pun-sitting on some very valuable information which she could have utilized as a bargaining chip. Nervous "enemies"? You bet: she'd already posted phone numbers. Imagine what she and her attorney could trade for leniency.

To gain a better understanding of what may well have happened here there is a rather long article on this part of the forum. The "Dutrox Paedophile Affair: Connections to the very top". It begins in DC, then moves across the world, but comes full circle to our Capital.

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And where, pray tell, is her little black book with all the names of Washington big wigs? Given that she was to be sentenced in July she was -forgive the pun-sitting on some very valuable information which she could have utilized as a bargaining chip. Nervous "enemies"? You bet: she'd already posted phone numbers. Imagine what she and her attorney could trade for leniency.

To gain a better understanding of what may well have happened here there is a rather long article on this part of the forum. The "Dutrox Paedophile Affair: Connections to the very top". It begins in DC, then moves across the world, but comes full circle to our Capital.

Dawn

The following was emailed to me, from another forum:

Wayne Madsen had interviewed Palfrey numerous times and wrote about her. He was interviewed by Alex Jones at 4PM, only at infowars.com, in studio. Madsen said that Palfrey was in cahoots with the CIA. Her ladies all had college degrees and were involved in entrapping various parties so they could be blackmailed (like the entire Congressial membership, for starters). Also, Dick Cheney got a government job for one of the girls.

Palfrey was trying to distance herself of it all. But once you're in with the CIA, you're always with the CIA. Just ask OBL. He thought he was rid of them, too.

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Chaney's ties to big pharmaceuticals and the annual scare tactics promoting FLU VACCINE

should be investigated.

The anthrax scare was never properly investigated.

The world wide deaths of MICROBIOLOGISTS were never investigated.

The murder of JFK JR was never investigated.

Chemtrails are dismissed as harmless contrails.

...oh, and the 19 Arabs who wreaked havoc on 9-11 never existed.

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And just came upon this - where she states she will NOT commit suicide and DID expect to be 'suicided'!

http://prisonplanet.com/articles/may2008/0...m_predicted.htm

When will people learn that when they are in possession of information that can possibly bring down the rich and powerful the only way to stay alive is by TALKING. I realize that the mainstream press would not likely touch whatever she had to offer, but there are plenty of alternatives, like the one posted here: Alex Jones has shown, now over many years that he will print- or broadcast on tv- the truth, no matter how big or powerful the adversary.

Oddly enough, the day this story broke Nancy Grace (on cable news) was also questioning the "suicide" theory for a good portion of her show.

Just another day in Washington for these people. Business as usual. "Murder Inc." indeed.

Dawn

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And just came upon this - where she states she will NOT commit suicide

“Also don't always expect to see warning signs of suicide. Some people keep their thoughts of suicide secret or deny having suicidal intentions even when directly asked”

Mayo Clinic Staff

http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/suicide/MH00058

Mayo Clinic medial editors

http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/AboutThisSite/SB00034

She also said this BEFORE she was convicted, she was facing 55 years behind bars, she killed herself why is that surprising?

Yeah she said it in 1991 referring to the San Diego vice squad; somehow I doubt they were involved.

http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?...;type=printable

How reliable was she?

...she wrote in her sentencing memorandum that "there is no intent on my part to re-enter the escort business." Instead, she said she intended to start a brokerage firm concentrating on American Western and Indian art when she was released from prison, in part to alleviate some of the "grief and suffering" she said she had brought to her parents.

http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?...;type=printable

"she insists paid sex was not part of the service."

Ibid

"Palfrey...denied any role in illegal activities and said for 13 years she headed a "legal, high-end erotic fantasy service."

www.msnbc.msn.com/id/17536810/

She contends it was an escort agency in the most literal sense, and that any eroticism between her escorts and their customers was strictly "fantasy," not hands-on.

http://www.cnn.com/2007/POLITICS/07/19/dc....ords/index.html

Is there any verification of her claims to have important clients as she made out? So far the only gov't oficials iD are a senator and "high-ranking State Department official Randall Tobias"* You'd think if she really had dirt on important people she would have used it to get the charges against her quashed

* ibid

Madsen, who spoke personally to Palfrey on numerous occasions, recalls one conversation at dinner about a month a go with Palfrey and her asset forfeiture lawyer where Palfrey told him, 'I have information that would have been of great interest to the 9/11 Commission - there's information that they have (her call girls) that would have been very important for the 9/11 Commission to know having to do with intelligence they picked up about 9/11 before it happened'.

So she supposedly made a vague comment about pre-9/11 intelligence. We already know that various warning signs were received. She could offer 3rd hand hearsay at best. Can anybody cite examples of things claimed by Madsen that could later be independently verified?

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You’re hilarious Peter. You were so desperate to draw attention to the claim the woman’s death might have been tied to 9/11 that you started a new thread just to draw attention to it, then you wonder why I showed up on this thread. You’re right previous to that a CT claiming that the suicide of a woman just convicted of various felonies and facing spending the rest of her life in prison was suspicious on its face seem unworthy of comment.

I see that you still haven’t risen above the tactic of making a personal attacks when you can’t refute someone else’s evidence.

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If I was going to commit suicide, I don't think I would pack up and travel across country in order to hang myself at my mama's home.

The "suicide note" she left might as well have said, "Mama, go out to your storage shed. I've got a surprise for you."

But I fully expect Len to post several links to studies showing that people often choose to commit suicide on their parents' property, no matter how far they have to go, so that their parents can have the honor of finding the body. It's a family thing, and a last act of love.

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Although suicides have sometimes bizarre circumstances, it is very possible (likely?) that this lady was "offed" by persons whom she had intimate details about. It's happened before, and will happen again.

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I guess the Borg will now suddenly take an interest in this thread [it'll be just a coincidence] - as his contract perhaps specifies..... :lol:

An interesting and now true prediction, Peter.

I am slowly coming around to your way of thinking. I think I may even have now "arrived".

The xxxxx arrived on the 911 cue.

Amazing.

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If I was going to commit suicide, I don't think I would pack up and travel across country in order to hang myself at my mama's home.

The "suicide note" she left might as well have said, "Mama, go out to your storage shed. I've got a surprise for you."

But I fully expect Len to post several links to studies showing that people often choose to commit suicide on their parents' property, no matter how far they have to go, so that their parents can have the honor of finding the body. It's a family thing, and a last act of love.

Ron I can't imagine you committing suicide to being with, we can assume that some who kills themself is under severe emotional distress. One can't always ascribe rational behavior to them. According to what I've read she was staying with her mom since shortly after the verdict.

I'm not sure about this one perhaps she was bumped off. But I have one question. If she had dirt on powerful people, especially ones tied to the Bush regime why didn't she use it to avoid trial by the federal gov't? She could have let it be know she would make Cheney's romps with man, woman, child and beast public unless charges were dropped.

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If she had dirt on powerful people, especially ones tied to the Bush regime why didn't she use it to avoid trial by the federal gov't? She could have let it be know she would make Cheney's romps with man, woman, child and beast public unless charges were dropped.

I don't know, except I suspect that when you have something on someone as powerful and evil as Cheney, even if you want to talk, no one who might help you will listen. Not only will they not listen, they will put on earmuffs or hum in order not to hear it. That probably applies to defense lawyers as well as anyone else.

Someone recently quoted William Colby as telling someone (paraphrasing) that there are some things in this world, some people or forces so powerful, that you simply can't do anything about them, and you have to accept it as a fact of life.

The moral: you simply don't mess with Cheney and his ilk.

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Senate ethics panel dismisses Vitter complaint

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Senate Ethics Committee on Thursday dismissed a complaint against Sen. David Vitter, a suspected patron of a prostitution ring headed by a woman who killed herself last month. In a letter to the Louisiana Republican, the panel said the conduct at issue allegedly occurred before his Senate candidacy and time in office. In addition, it did not result in his being charged criminally, the committee said.....

Complete article: http://www.reuters.com/article/politicsNew...842980020080509

One thing's for certain - there had to be a collective sigh of relief in certain DC circles when Palfrey's death was announced.

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