Jon Bowne | 12 April 2016
Deborah Palfrey ran an escort service catering to politicians and other government insiders
This chilling phone call was recorded just 2 months before the DC Madam – the woman who could single-handedly take down Washington D.C – was obviously murdered.
Back on May 3rd of 2008 Paul Joseph Watson wrote:
Evidence is stacking up to suggest that the alleged “suicide” of DC Madam Deborah Jeane Palfrey was in fact a calculated murder, as the manager of Palfrey’s Florida Condo reveals that Palfrey was not suicidal when he spoke to her Monday and told him of her fears about a contract being out on her life.
The new testimony is backed up by at least four other recorded public statements on behalf of Palfrey attesting to the fact that she would never commit suicide and if she was found dead to immediately suspect murder.”
On May 6, 2008 Vanity Fair wrote an Palfrey’s obituary, basically catering to the Washington D.C. fears that her knowledge could have exposed. Vanity Fair painted her as a troubled woman on the path to suicide.
“D.C. Madam” Deborah Jeane Palfrey played a risky game in catering to Washington’s power brokers with her upscale escort service. Her suicide, this month, marked a tragic—and not unexpected—end for a complicated woman who believed she was unfairly victimized. Having talked to Palfrey for months and spoken with her mother after her death, the author tells the whole story.”
Police reports told of a notebook containing two suicide notes at the scene.” Not one but two, that ought to silence any questioning.
Following Palfrey’s death, Alex Jones appeared on Geraldo Rivera’s show to sort out the details.
Here we are eight years later with a lid tightly sealed on the dirty little secrets that could cost Ted Cruz and countless career politicians their cozy positions in a corporatocracy manipulated with the ability to compromise and blackmail.