May 4, 2008
Near the end of Alex Jones’ appearance on Fox News’ Geraldo at Large, host Gerald Rivera calls for Florida governor Charlie Crist and his attorney general Bill McCollum to “investigate the apparent suicide of Debra Jeane Palfrey because if these three people (Alex Jones, former judge Jeanine Pirro, and former prosecutor Kimberly Guilfoyle) are all agreed — and I tend to agree with them — this is too stinky to pass the stink test.”
Indeed, the Debra Jeane Palfrey case stinks — and certainly reeks enough to merit an investigation. But the question is: will Crist risk his office to bring Palfrey’s killers to justice? “Think about it,” said Pirro, “you got a top State Department official, you got a military strategist, a United States Senator, you got all of these individuals, lobbyists paying for prostitutes,” and most importantly, according to investigator Wayne Madsen’s sources inside the CIA and the Pentagon, Dick Cheney was on Palfrey’s customer list. Cheney was CEO of Halliburton during the time of his alleged liaisons with the Pamela Martin & Associates escort firm.
Geraldo insists Crist is a man of principle. However, if he has any skeletons in his closet, chances are slim he will investigate this “suicide,” obviously a murder intended to take Palfrey’s secrets to the grave.
Crist may look with trepidation at the Eliot Spitzer scandal. As F. William Engdahl wrote on March 18, the FBI release of “wiretap data to the New York Times exposing the tryst of New York state Governor, Eliot Spitzer, the now-infamous ‘No.9,’ with a luxury call-girl” is “highly bizarre,” but not so bizarre when you consider Spitzer’s record “as a relentless State Attorney General going after financial crimes such as the Enron fraud and corruption by Wall Street investment banks during the 2002 dot.com bubble era… He made powerful enemies by all accounts,” as did Palfrey, who vowed to reveal names if sent to prison.
Going after the financial crimes of Enron and Wall Street pale in comparison when stacked up against outing the salacious and illegal behavior of Dick Cheney, a U.S. senator, and a top State Department official. For the crime of placing the blame for the current financial and economic disaster at the doorstep of the Bush administration, Spitzer “signed his own political death warrant,” writes Engdahl. Indeed, Spitzer was lucky, as only his career suffered sudden death. Debra Jeane Palfrey was not so lucky. Or was Jonathan Luna.
Luna, a Baltimore-based Assistant United States Attorney, apparently suffered the same fate as Palfrey, although his murder, also excused as a “suicide,” was far more grisly. At the time of his “suicide,” Luna was working under fired US attorney Thomas M. DiBiagio, who was investigating corruption charges against then-Republican Maryland Governor Bob Ehrlich and his staff, the lot accused of engaging the services of Palfrey’s escorts. In addition to Ehrlich, Jack Abramoff, convicted of fraud in dealings with SunCruz Casinos, was under investigation at the time of Luna’s “suicide,” obviously a homicide.
It is said Luna stabbed himself 36 times with a penknife and subsequently drowned himself in a creek in Denver, Pennsylvania. Luna’s purported “suicide” is as “stinky” as the “suicide” of prize-winning investigative journalist Gary Webb, who made public details of the CIA’s cocaine smuggling operation. Webb, we are expected to believe, shot himself twice in the head. “Credible sources who were close to Gary Webb have stated that he was receiving death threats, being regularly followed, and that he was concerned about strange individuals who were seen on multiple occasions breaking into and leaving his house before his apparent ‘suicide,’” Alex Jones and Paul Joseph Watson wrote in December, 2004.
“Palfrey’s building manager said she often told him she believed she was being followed and he thinks there may have been some former clients of her escort service who wanted her dead,” WESH 2 in Orlando reported last week. “She insinuated that there is a contract out for her and I fully believe they succeeded,” said the building manager.
It is now up to Florida governor Charlie Crist to investigate this highly suspect case. However, as Mr. Crist more than likely does not wish to suffer the same fate as New York state governor, Eliot Spitzer, it remains to be seen if he will indeed pick up the ball and run with it. Spitzer’s case sends a strong message – if you value your job, indeed your life, you will not mess with the Mafia.
It is not healthy to mess with the Mafia — and rest assured, the U.S. government is the largest, most vicious and murderous organized crime syndicate on the planet.
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This article was posted: Sunday, May 4, 2008 at 10:33 am