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May 1, 2008

The D.C. Madam and the Wages of Sin

Filed under: Justice/Law,Sin — Psycheout @ 2:04 pm
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DC MadamSin eventually catches up with sinners, and one way or another those who sin unrepentantly always come to a tragic end. So it was with D.J. Palfrey. She either committed suicide or was herself suicided for what she knew about powerful D.C. Democrats.

Deborah Jeane Palfrey, better known as the “D.C. Madam,” apparently has committed suicide at her mother’s Tarpon Springs home.

Tarpon Springs detectives said a body was found in a small storage shed on the west side of the mobile home. Handwritten notes were found that describe the victim’s intention to take her life, and foul play does not appear to be involved.

Was Billary Clinton on her client list? How about Barry Obambi? We’ll probably never know. The Democrats aren’t good at much, but they expert in murder and debauchery.

What’s interesting about the above excerpt is that it raises more questions than it answers. The Clintons have always been good at making their enemies commit “suicide” (Vince Foster) or die in “accidents” (Ron Brown). In fact, the trail of bodies left behind by the Clintons is rather impressive, if not intimidating. Perhaps the D.C. Madam may be added to that list. But I digress.

Back to the questions raised. “Apparently” committed suicide? “Handwritten notes?” In whose handwriting? What was said in these “handwritten notes?” Body “found” in a shed? Was it locked from the outside? One thing is for sure: it certainly is convenient for a lot of powerful Democrats that the D.C. Madam decided to shuffle off this mortal coil without playing her trump card, her client list. I bet a lot of adulterers and perverts in high places are breathing a collective sigh of relief.

Madam PalfreyFor those not familiar with the significance of the D.C. Madam story, perhaps a little background is in order:

Palfrey was convicted April 15 by a federal jury of running a prostitution service that catered to members of Washington’s political elite….

So naturally a lot of politicians and other powerful people were fearing exposure during the upcoming sentencing.

She was convicted of money laundering, using the mail for illegal purposes and racketeering. Palfrey faced a maximum of 55 years in prison and was free pending her sentencing July 24.

Facing that kind of time at her age, she likely would have struck a deal, including exposing powerful Democrats, in order to save her own skin. Something had to be done. And something apparently was.

Prosecutors had asked the judge to keep Palfrey locked up until her sentencing. But the judge refused, saying she was intelligent and knew she would be punished if she tried to flee the country.

Perhaps the judge was one of her clients or pressured by another to keep her out of jail. Why was this high-profile criminal, already convicted of serious crimes, not at least kept in protective custody? We can only speculate, but something doesn’t smell right.

Brandy BrittonAnd this is not the first “suicide” connected to this scandal.

One of the escort service employees was former University of Maryland, Baltimore County, professor Brandy Britton, who was arrested on prostitution charges in 2006. She committed suicide in January before she was scheduled to go to trial.

If that doesn’t set off alarm bells, here’s how the D.C. Madam herself responded to Brandy’s “suicide.”

Last year, Palfrey said she, too, was humiliated by her prostitution charges, but said: “I guess I’m made of something that Brandy Britton wasn’t made of.”

What, or rather who, made her change her mind? This is very suspicious indeed. Something doesn’t add up here.

What the D.C. Madam knew about the Clintons, Obama and other powerful Democrats will go to the grave with her corpse. It’s very likely that any inconvenient evidence was “cleaned” by a DNC containment squad prior to the dumping of Palfrey into the shed with manufactured suicide notes.

We can only hope that Palfrey hid some of the evidence she died for that will resurface later and expose those her very existence put in danger. Perhaps the story is not at its end.

But one thing is clear from this episode: when one flagrantly sins without repentance the wages are pretty steep. The D.C. Madam certainly found this out firsthand. What really happened, however, we may never really know.

Please contact B4B if you have further information about this case that will expose the truth.

Update: For the idiot complaining about the quoted article being from a blog (maintained by the St. Petersburg Times, a mainstream newspaper), here’s another.  Is the liberal BBC good enough for you?

Ms Palfrey, often referred to as “the DC Madam”, was found hanged in a shed next to her mother’s house in Florida.

Notice the use of the passive voice.  She was “found hanged,” not simply that she hung herself.  Strange.  But yes, the D.C. Madam really is dead.  Do you believe it now?  What’s wrong with you people?

Oh noes, I got that link from another blog, so the story must be false!  /sarc

— Psycheout


  1. So without any sort of evidence besides your rampant paranoia, you want to indict the entire Democratic Party on suspicion of murder? This isn’t the Soviet Union, Psycheout.

    Comment by Elephant Bones — May 1, 2008 @ 2:47 pm | Reply

  2. Once again your sources are other blogs. Stupidity in publishing will get you nowhere. And it’s the Republicans that are worried about her client list, just like it’s the Republicans molesting male pages, tapping their feet in restrooms, and getting arrested on sexual abuse charges.
    How about just this one time, you use some actual evidence to support your stupid rants.

    Oh wait,,,,

    Comment by The One — May 1, 2008 @ 2:59 pm | Reply

  3. Sin…right. Ho-hum…more hate speech from another conservative with access to the Internet. Your whole blog reeks of theft from other blogs. Do you have any original thoughts in your tiny skull or do you get your jollies copying the hate rhetoric of others? Congratulations on the most asinine blog of the day, jerk-ass.

    Comment by The Broken Forum — May 1, 2008 @ 4:17 pm | Reply

  4. 100000000000 kudos to the broken forum.

    Comment by The One — May 1, 2008 @ 5:00 pm | Reply

  5. Psycheout, the use of language in this (and several other recent posts) is excellent, “But I digress” and “shuffle off this mortal coil” are two of my favourite lines. It makes the whole article much more compelling, provocative and downright enjoyable to read.

    One thing though, the BBC is not quite as liberal as you seem to think – there was a big shout up about government censoring some news in the past, and the editor (I think it was the editor, someone high up in the BBC anyway) got into a lot of trouble and was very angry.

    Have a lovely day

    Comment by Austin — May 2, 2008 @ 6:03 am | Reply

  6. Oh, here’s an idea, maybe post the date and time of the updates when you make them, it makes it a lot easier to track conversations on the blog then, just a thought 🙂

    Comment by Austin — May 2, 2008 @ 6:05 am | Reply

  7. Thanks, Austin. It’s not often that people take the time to give positive feedback, so you have just made my day. I realize people that are angry at me (for whatever reason) or disagree with the content of the posts at B4B are more likely to respond, and we get quite a few positive emails, so I know there’s plenty of other Austins out there. Let’s just say that they’re a “silent majority.”

    To them, and to you, I say: thanks for reading! 🙂

    Austin has kindly just inoculated me from the next couple of dozen attacks on my writing skills. Thanks for that!

    Comment by Psycheout — May 2, 2008 @ 1:17 pm | Reply

  8. Congratulations, Psycheout! You have been complimented on your ability to use writing cliches. Way to go, buddy!

    In other news, that “trail of bodies” link is pretty interesting, in the sense that the author claims to have compiled the information “from multiple sources.” See, in any type of writing, whether it is literary, scientific, or even simple news writing, credible authors make sure to give credit where credit is due. For one thing, not citing sources is tantamount to plagiarism. It does absolutely little good to say that your information came from multiple sources; rather, we need to know what those sources are. Furthermore, not only does it look like plagiarism, but it also just makes the author look like a hack. If no sources are given, how can anyone be certain that this is real, hard truth? The fact that you have linked to it doesn’t make things any better for you. Yes, you have given us a “source,” but it is no less sketchy than you.

    Comment by Brian-sama — May 3, 2008 @ 9:52 am | Reply

  9. “Sin eventually catches up with sinners, and one way or another those who sin unrepentantly always come to a tragic end. ”

    “All have sinned, and fallen short of the glory of God.”
    –St. Paul

    As I have said of Mr. Tabor, your rhetorical skills may be pretty good, but your fact-finding and logical skills could use a level-up. Go to any high school debate team and you’d get trounced.

    Comment by L — May 6, 2008 @ 7:14 am | Reply

  10. actually, if the debate required any real knowledge of anything and even more importantly, if it required any truth, he could be trounced in a third grade debate.

    Comment by Arn — May 6, 2008 @ 7:28 am | Reply

  11. “Facing that kind of time at her age, she likely would have struck a deal, including exposing powerful Democrats, in order to save her own skin.”

    Funny that you would say that, considering that all of the people mentioned as her clients, and those that admitted to being clients and stepped down from their positions due to their involvement with her agency were all Republicans. Even those mentioned on national news networks and your own link to the BBC article only mentioned Republicans. Your claims that it was Democrats holds no weight whatsoever. The facts in the case point in the other direction.

    Comment by Arn — May 6, 2008 @ 7:37 am | Reply

  12. By the way, why do you suppose it was the Republicans that sought a gag order to prevent her list of clients from being made public?

    Comment by Arn — May 6, 2008 @ 7:54 am | Reply

  13. Don’t you know, Arn? It was really the Demoncrats acting in the fine name of Republicans trying to get that all gagged up! Never the fine Republicans. Their name means holy!

    I joke. Lol.

    Comment by La Mona — May 6, 2008 @ 1:11 pm | Reply

  14. Yep, holy, as in full of holes.

    Comment by The One — May 6, 2008 @ 2:37 pm | Reply

  15. Someone complaint about ‘sources’ but forgot to check YouTube.

    Comment by Henkie — May 10, 2008 @ 3:03 am | Reply

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  17. I’m rather surprised there has not been an investigation into the death of Ms. Palfrey. I don’t think she committed suicide. She and Brandi Britton both decided to hang themselves? Please. OD on sleeping pills, maybe.

    Comment by Joe — June 18, 2008 @ 8:47 am | Reply

  18. I realize people that are angry at me or disagree with the content of the posts at B4B are more likely to respond.

    Comment by racer of SEO — June 23, 2008 @ 2:05 am | Reply

  19. holy of holies! i love the mixture of misinformation and the undisputable bible quotes! either way, these women, these human beings were murdered…

    Comment by jayne doe — July 9, 2008 @ 5:52 pm | Reply

  20. Actually, the BBC is renowned for being throughly center ground in it’s coverage, rather than being `liberal`. Of course, that just be because we in Europe are a more left leaning society than America in general (what with our health care systems that don’t create a huge gap between rich and poor by making people pay for treatment).

    Also, “was found hanged in a shed next to her mother’s house in Florida” is a statement of fact; she was hung. Nothing is assumed for murder or suicide, the verdict is still open.

    Comment by Heart — October 28, 2008 @ 5:25 pm | Reply

  21. I have a great idea! Let’s take the death of a madam, (Ok I know your going to say I’m some pinko commie for saying death instead of suicide… Never the less she is dead.) and make a rant about some completely unsubstantiated conspiracy, and try to connect to two! Yes she was a madam in D.C. so the odds are that she had political patrons. Most likely there were democrats and its also likely she had republicans, business men, lobbyist, judges, lawyers, CEOs, some guy that wants to get laid, so forth and so on….. So I’m sure sure could have buried a lot of peoples careers. Though an interesting note is that the people mentioned that have been connected so far have been republicans.
    Sometimes I really truly wonder how people believe this stuff, but I think ye be trolling.

    Comment by bobobla — November 16, 2008 @ 2:20 pm | Reply

  22. Man, you really are stupid, Psycho – I mean Psycheout! You give a bad name to humans as a species. No, wait. You give a bad name to structural atomic matter, even!

    Comment by Little Professor — September 29, 2010 @ 4:44 pm | Reply

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