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« on: May 02, 2008, 11:45:50 AM »

I'm not usually a big fan of conspiracy theories but I still have some doubt that the DC madam commited suicide.  Reminds me of Vince Foster.

White House Iraq er former employee: A woman caught up in an illegal world of sex and money, and for whom the pressure ultimately became too much to bear.

Eerie Flashback: DC Madam said 'I'd never want my life to end in suicide'
POSTED May 1, 9:09 PM
Palfrey rejected suicide in May 2007 interview

L to R: Montgomery Blair Sibley, Deborah Jeane Palfrey and Carol Joynt hold a lunchtime discussion in May 2007 at Nathans of Georgetown.

When Deborah Jeane Palfrey (aka the "DC Madam," who was found hanged in Tarpon Springs, Florida on Thursday) sat down in May 2007 for an interview with Carol Joynt, host of the Q&A Cafe interview series, most everything was up in the air: Palfrey faced a criminal indictment on prostitution charges and was fighting courts over how to handle thirteen years of phone records which contained the phone numbers of many clients of her escort service.

But, for Palfrey, one thing was crystal clear during that interview: She would never end her life by hanging herself.

Joynt brought up the subject of Brandy Britton, a Baltimore prostitute whom had occasionally worked for Palfrey and whom had hanged herself in January 2007, only days away from facing prostitution charges.

Palfrey told Joynt in no uncertain terms: "I don't want to be like her. I don't want to end up like her."

In the months following the interview with Joynt, Palfrey's fortunes took a turn for the worse. In April, a federal jury convicted Palfrey of running a prostitution ring and she awaited her sentencing on July 24, where she faced up to six years in prison.

In the end, Palfrey's proud and defiant statements about Britton's tragic end couldn't stop her own sad conclusion, and it all too closely tracked the final days of her former employee: A woman caught up in an illegal world of sex and money, and for whom the pressure ultimately became too much to bear.
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« Reply #1 on: May 02, 2008, 03:48:11 PM »

Two woman involved with prostitution for the rich and powerful "committing suicide"?  Helluva coincidence. 

There were a lot of strange coincidences in the Vince Foster suicide too , , ,
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