Deborah Jean Palfrey

Oh Aye?

Police in Tarpon Springs, Florida, said the body of Deborah Jeane Palfrey, 52, was discovered in a storage shed near the mobile home of her mother, Blanche, where she had been staying while awaiting a jail sentence. Officers confirmed that a handwritten note was found with the body and that foul play was not suspected.

Palfrey, who became known as the "DC Madam", was convicted last month of money laundering, using the mail for illegal purposes and racketeering.

She faced a maximum of 55 years in prison but was freed by the court pending sentencing in July.

The problem for conspiracy theorists here is that she had already released the notes of who hadd been using her prostitution service. So there\’s no motive for the foul play…..maybe.

4 thoughts on “Deborah Jean Palfrey”

  1. Isn’t the main element of “foul play” the fact that the poor woman was about to go to jail for the rest of her life for doing something that harmed nobody?

  2. MikeinAppalachia

    Heh-she had released them , supposedly, to ABC News and another unnamed news organization which her attorney says is “not located in either NYC or DC”. Out of a claimed 10,000 telephone numbers, ABC claims they could only ID about 1,000 of which they released a few. Maybe there’s another list or ABC didn’t try very hard or?
    Wouldn’t rise to the level of a “conspiricy” so well if a similiar fate, suicide by hanging, hadn’t happened to another woman in similiar circumstances near to DC recently.

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