FLASHBACK: Deborah Jeane Palfrey “Suicided”
Deborah Jeane Palfrey (March 18, 1956 — May 1, 2008) was the former owner of Pamela Martin and Associates, which the United States government alleges was a prostitution service in Washington, D.C. She was charged with operating a house of prostitution. Palfrey claims the services she offered were legal. She has been nicknamed the D.C. Madam by the news media.
On April 15, 2008, she was found guilty by a DC jury on all counts.
She lived in Escondido, California, prior to apparently committing suicide at her mother’s home on May 1, 2008 in Tarpon Springs, Florida.
DC Madam Predicted She Would Be Suicided
Paul Joseph Watson
Thursday, May 1, 2008
DC Madam Deborah Jeane Palfrey predicted she would be “suicided” on several occasions both recently and as far back as 17 years ago – comments that now appear ominous in light of the announcement that the former head of a Washington escort service allegedly killed herself today.
“If taken into custody, my physical safety and most probably my very life would be jeopardized,” she wrote in August 1991 following an attempt to bring her to trial, “Rape, beating, maiming, disfigurement and more than likely murder disguised in the form of just another jailhouse accident or suicide would await me,” said Palfrey in a handwritten letter to the judge accusing the San Diego police vice squad of having a vendetta against her.
During several recent appearances on The Alex Jones Show, Palfrey also said that she was at risk of being killed and that authorities would make it look like suicide. She made it clear that she was not suicidal and if she was found dead it would be murder.
Palfrey had threatened to release the names of well-known clients of her upscale call girl ring in the nation’s capitol, and had indicated that Dick Cheney may be one of them.
“No I’m not planning to commit suicide,” Palfrey told The Alex Jones Show on her last appearance, “I’m planning on going into court and defending myself vigorously and exposing the government,” she said.