Click here to listen to the entirety of the last interview with Palfrey.
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!
On one trip down the stairs, she lugged a 2-foot-wide box she suggested carried materials related to her infamous court case. "This is my evidence," she told Strizack before carrying it out the door.
The logical odds are that she was assassinated by one of the powerful Washington DC politicians she "served" with high price call girls or men. A congressman, another senator, a vice-president or maybe a prominent evangelical. She took care of too many extremely wealthy and well-known people who can easily afford the right executioners.
I do not believe that this lady killed herself. The appeals process, however long, would have eventually gotten her out of prison. Look at Martha Stewart.
'At the time of Jonathan Luna's vicious murder, known members of organized crime families in Pennsylvania and Maryland were attempting to get a piece of legalized slot machine gambling.'
IRS probe of alleged DC Madam began one month after former MD state police head Ed Norris copped lenient plea deal for sex and tax crimes.
Britton told The Examiner before her death that she previously worked for an escort service called East Coast Elites, but she never mentioned Deborah Jeane Palfrey or her firm, Pamela Martin & Associates, during a series of interviews with this newspaper.
Former lawyer for the 'DC Madam' wants to release her black book containing details of more than 800 clients - and claims it could impact the Presidential election
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The 'DC Madam's' former lawyer wants to release her black book of clients - and claims it could have an impact on the Presidential race.
Montgomery Blair Sibley represented Deborah Jeane Palfrey in 2008 when she was convicted of federal racketeering and various prostitution charges.
The scandal of her arrest rocked the nation's capital as some of the city's biggest power players, including father-of-four Senator David Vitter, were outed.