NAVAL ACADEMY OFFICER WHO WORKED AS
WHORE FOR "D.C. MADAM" AGREES TO TESTIFY
AGAINST DEBORAH JEANE PALFREY - FEMALE
LT CDR GOT $275 AN HOUR FROM HER "TRICKS"
ARMY TIMES EDITOR SAID TO BE A "CLIENT"
NAVY PAO SAYS "NO NAVY INVESTIGATION
IS TAKING PLACE" IN THIS CASE - IF MALE
PROSTITUTE INVOLVED, HE'D ALREADY BE IN
LEAVENWORTH BY NOW - NOTHING NEW
"DOUBLE STANDARD OF JUSTICE" AS USUAL
You first read it here, months ago, that the female officer who "turned tricks" for the infamous "D.C. Madam" was an active duty Lt. commander at the Naval Academy in Annapolis. [See "related stories box" at end of this news bulletin.] The $275 an hour call girl, who worked at the academy between 2005 - 2006 - she has been transferred elsewhere since - has a lawyer, and sources say she's cut a deal with the Feds to testify against embattled Deborah Jeane Palfrey.
No word on whether or not the 0-4 will stay in the Navy, or even get promoted, but PAO Lt. Cindy Moore says: "No Navy investigation regarding this officer is taking place." Well isn't that just great? If a male prostitute and active duty officer had been nabbed in such a situation, why do we think he would already be in a jail cell at Leavenworth? Could it be the old "double-standard of justice," so recently seen in the U.S. Air Force [Maj. Jill Metzger cover-up and PTSD "disability" payoff]?
To make things even more interesting, it is said an Army TIMES editor was a "client" of the D.C. Madam. We wonder if any of his colleagues at Air Force TIMES are on that list? The numbers are being checked as you read these words. It did seem strange that Air Force TIMES would risk the wrath of it's readers - thousands of whom also see MilitaryCorruption.com each day - by so stubbornly parroting the "official line" in the Metzger mess. At least Stars and Stripes mentioned us, and they are owned and operated by Department of Defense. The Gannett-controlled and very "politically correct" TIMES didn't give us credit for any of the facts which we dug out before anyone else reported them.
The sex scandal, which has ensnared at least one U.S. Senator - David Vitter of Louisiana - also involves many military officers and Pentagon workers who availed themselves of Palfrey's "fantasy girl" services. Their phone numbers have turned up on the long lists of callers and customers that the D.C. Madam saved for just such a rainy day as this. We predict if any "top-rankers" and flag officers are exposed, the Pentagon will find a way to keep their names out of the headlines. They usually do.
KUDOS TO BRADLEY OLSON AND THE BALTIMORE SUN
While most of the "mainstream media" are content to remain docile, so as not to lose "access" to their sources in the Puzzle Palace - it's a soft job rewriting those Pentagon press releases - staff reporter Bradley Olson of the Baltimore SUN deserves much credit for fearlessly following through on the D.C. Madam investigation, especially the Naval Academy connection.
In an interview with Palfrey, the SUN, one of America's oldest and best newspapers, reveals the above-mentioned Navy officer was very busy indeed. Her number turns up over 300 times on the incriminating telephone records. At $275 per hour, that's a lot of "moolah" the lieutenant commander allegedly didn't pay taxes on to the IRS.
Rumors are rife in Foggy Bottom that one of Palfrey's well-heeled "clients" may have been a particularly loathsome high elected official who's big on the "family values" circuit. That's when he's not getting rich off the war he helped start. Since he actually holds the reins of power, chances of him being named - even if proof is irrefutable - are slim to none. Too bad, because an impeachment of this fat cat would be a big boost in morale to the American people, already fed up with an administration that seems to operate, whenever it feels like it, "outside the law."