Wednesday, April 11, 2007

D.C. Madam Outs High Ranking Politician Clients


A woman who ran a prostitution ring has given away her list of clients for free. This comes after she threatened to sell the list to the highest bidder only to have the people on that list get a judge to rule that she can NOT sell the list to anyone.

I think I'm the only person who agreed with the judges ruling, and here's why:

I am just like the rest of you out there ... I want to know who's on the list. It would be great to watch the politicians in Washington squirm as they are outed by this madam. I actually used to know a high profile "escort" who had prominent politicians, judges, and celebrities as clients. I must admit that I asked her their names, but she rightly refused. Back then there wasn't a law in place to make the selling of her information illegal ... now there is. That is why supported the "gag" order placed on Palfrey.

It is against the law for any business, big or small, to not protect their client's personal information. That's right ... every business in the US is required to permanently protect any and all information that may be used to compromise a customer's privacy. That law is called FACTA (Fair and Accurate Credit Transaction Act), and it protects everything including your name, phone number, address, and email. The judge made the right decision to not allow her to sell the list, and it didn't matter how much any of the legally ignorant crowd or myself wanted to know who was on that list. Now she may be in big trouble.

SF Gate:

A Vallejo woman indicted for allegedly running a prostitution ring in the nation's capital has turned over phone records of thousands of clients to ABC News as part of an interview that is to air next month, her civil attorney said Monday.

Deborah Jeane Palfrey, 50, was interviewed by ABC News several weeks ago, the network confirmed Monday. The network did not pay Palfrey for the interview, which is to run on "20/20" beginning May 4, according to ABC News and Palfrey's attorney, Montgomery Blair Sibley.

Palfrey has hinted that well-known people in Washington were among her clients from 1993 to 2006, but has not named any. Asked whether ABC News could identify former clients, Sibley said, "Records were turned over unconditionally to them. They're going to do what they're going to do. Who knows?"

15,000 of her clients just collectively gulped.


2 comments to "D.C. Madam Outs High Ranking Politician Clients"

Anonymous said...
5:32 PM

There's code - don't rat. Bottom line that everyone involved technically broke the law. But for whatever reason, this chick got nabbed. She's going down and rightly so. Her time is up. Simple as that. The dudes that used her service? Well, if they got out of the way fast enough, so be it. They didn't get buster red-handed like this lady. So...when they trot her off to jail where she belongs, her jailmates will have even less respect for her b/c she's a rat. The worst kind of criminal.

Anonymous said...
7:27 PM

Can anyone find whos on the list



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