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Cheney on DC Madam's list.

  Deborah Jeane Palfrey

5/01/08 'DC Madam' hangs herself in mother's shed
DC Madam Murdered?

goodbye deborah jeane

Read 'D.C. Madam' Deborah Jeane Palfrey's Suicide Note

Making a sadder story just a little bit sadder still, today the cops have revealed D.C. Madam Deborah Jeane Palfrey's suicide note. Instead of blowing the lid of Dick Cheney's particular perversions or David Vitter's favorite style of Depends (logo of Elmo in wheelchair, masturbating), the two-page note is a heartbreakingly dull list of trivialities in grade-school girlish handwriting.

Palfrey has one page just for the police or medics: "DO NOT REVIVE (DNR)," it says, a command often seen on the refrigerators of elderly or terminally ill people who don't want their lives artificially dragged out. And because her life ended in Florida, there was a special message for Florida's Republican legislators and their beloved feeding tubes, in case the hanging wasn't completely successful: "DO NOT FEED UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCE."

(Read the depressing handwritten notes here, in PDF format.)

The other page is a note to her mother, including minutia about settling debts from a Bank of America account and Palfrey's expectation that she would emerge from prison six or eight years from now "a broken, penniless and very much alone woman." Palfrey assumed her mom would be dead by then.

Hey but at least David Vitter is still in the Senate, and even if he's eventually voted out of office, he'll have wonderful Senate health and retirement benefits for the rest of his miserable (but comfortable) life.

Revealed: D.C. Madam Suicide Note: 'I Cannot Live the Next 6-8 Years Behind Bars' [ABC News]


Yesterday, WMR reported on the DC Madam Deborah Jeane Palfrey's list: "WMR has been informed that the CEO of a major corporation is a former CEO but, nonetheless, the aforementioned extremely high-level official of the Bush administration. The individual, who is definitely "newsworthy," reportedly engaged the services of Palfrey's escort firm while he was the CEO and maintained a residence off Chain Bridge Road in the Ballantrae neighborhood in McLean, Virginia, a few blocks from the headquarters of the CIA."

WMR has confirmed with extremely knowledgeable CIA and Pentagon sources that the former CEO who is on Deborah Jeane Palfrey's list is Vice President Dick Cheney. Cheney was CEO of Halliburton during the time of his liaisons with the Pamela Martin & Associates escort firm. Palfrey's phone invoices extend back to 1996 and include calls to and from Cheney. Ironically, in 2000 Cheney was appointed by Bush to head his Vice President selection committee, a task that enabled Cheney to gather detailed personal files on a number of potential candidates, including Bill Frist, George Pataki, John Danforth, Fred Thompson, Chuck Hagel, John Kasich, Chris Cox, Frank Keating, Tom Ridge, Colin Powell, and Jim Gilmore, before he selected himself as the vice presidential candidate.

The White House saw to it that ABC/Disney killed the DC Madam's story before yet another scandal swamped the Bush administration. Cheney is departing Washington today for a trip to the Middle East, where he will visit the United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Jordan, and the USS John C. Stennis in the Gulf.

Bush Behaves Like a Texas Javelina (Wild Boar) Towards the Queen.

Our White House sources report that the Queen's visit to the White House yesterday was a protocol disaster. Not only had George W. Bush commenced his drinking routine early in the morning, just in time for the first mid-day visit by Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Phillip, but his drunkenness continued well into the evening during the lavish state dinner.

Bush dreaded the Queen's visit and prepared for it by getting drunk. The Queen has never hidden her dislike for Bush who she considers ill-bred, impetuous, and a social boor. The Queen's dislike for Bush goes back to 1991 when he insulted her during another state visit by inquiring which of her children was the "black sheep" of her family. The Queen told him to mind his own business. The Queen was also unhappy that then-First Lady Barbara Bush failed to control her son during that visit to the White House. In November 2003, the Queen was incensed about Bush's Marine One helicopter tearing up her flower garden at Buckingham Palace and traumatizing her flock of flamingoes. Bush's communications staff also damaged expensive fabrics inside the royal residence. Bush never compensated the Queen for the damage and she had to file an insurance claim.

With that background, Bush groused about having to wear a white tie tuxedo for last night's state dinner. It took the direct intervention of Laura Bush and Condoleezza Rice to convince Bush to wear the appropriate attire. During yesterday's welcoming ceremony on the South Lawn of the White House, Bush insinuated that the Queen was over 230 years old when he stated she had helped celebrate America's Bicentennial in 1776. The Queen was heard to have uttered the words, "Oh dear." Bush then winked at the Queen who was not amused by the president's antics. Bush also stated that the Queen gave him a look "that only a mother could give a child." It was not the first time the Queen had looked at Bush with an icy stare. Bush also nearly put his arm on the Queen's shoulder as he escorted her down the stairs from the red carpeted dais.

White House protocol officials remained nervous about Bush during the entire Royal visit. The Queen and Prince Phillip are sure to have much to talk about on their trip back home this evening. While the Queen was keen on visiting Virginia and the Kentucky Derby, her past dealings with the Bush family had her fearing the White House visit. Bush's boorish demeanor was in keeping with his past indiscretions around the Queen.

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The Madam, Her Girls And A City In Fear
2007-05-12 21:16:12 (6 hours ago)
Posted By: Intellpuke
Deborah Jeane Palfrey first knew something was wrong on a trip to Germany. She suddenly found her bank card was not working any more. Then, back in her hotel room, a journalist from a gossip website called her.
He had been leaked a court document detailing Palfrey's alleged sex empire in Washington, D.C., serving the rich and powerful with a ring of beautiful, university-educated call girls. Her assets had been seized by the government. As Palfrey struggled to understand what was happening, the journalist wanted to know if she was ashamed of herself.
The "D.C. Madam" scandal had just been born. It is a story that has gripped Washington's usually staid political classes. Palfrey stands accused of running a prostitution ring for more than 13 years. It is a charge she denies, maintaining her girls dealt out only massages and erotic role-play. She made them all sign agreements not to engage in illegal behavior. Palfrey has vowed to identify the men who used her services to prove her story, and she has years of phone records to help her. All across the Washington area there are now thousands of nervous, powerful - often married - men.
But the D.C. Madam story is much more than a titillating guessing game. The scale of her operation exposed a dark underside of Washington life. Often decried as a dull government town, it has shown how sex and prostitution are key to how Washington works. From NASA to the Pentagon to the State Department, officials of all levels were using Palfrey's girls. The saga has also revealed a deep hypocrisy, showing how powerful men talk publicly of their "family values" and then have escorts visit them in hotel rooms. As Rob Capriccioso, editor of Big Head D.C., a Washington news and gossip website, says: "Tawdry sex is everywhere in Washington."
It is not a scandal that is going to go away. Last Sunday, as President Bush sat in St. John's Church in Lafayette Square for the morning service, the Rev Luis Leon remarked on Palfrey's case in his sermon. "Here in Washington D.C. a lot of people get in trouble on this one," said Leon. When the President's priest is talking about a sex scandal, you know trouble is brewing in Washington.
Palfrey's clients came from all walks of life. There is a Bush administration economist, a prominent company chief executive, NASA officials, men who work at the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund, lobbyists for Republicans and Democrats, the commander of an air force squadron and at least five other military officers.

So far the identities - of perhaps up to 10,000 men - have remained secret. Only two have been exposed. One was Harlan Ullman, a military expert and the author of the "shock and awe" strategy used in Iraq. The other was State Department official Randall Tobias, who, ironically, is a leading advocate of fighting prostitution abroad. He has now resigned.
The one thing all the men have in common was that they once rang Pamela Martin and Associates, the cover name for Palfrey's operation, which advertised, like hundreds of other "massage" services in Washington, online or in local newspapers.
Calls were rerouted to Palfrey's home in California - specifically to a phone in her laundry room, where she sometimes battled the sound of her washing machine as she took down details of her client's desires. She ran a network of about 130 girls. One was a legal secretary, another a University of Maryland academic and another an instructor at a naval academy. They charged $300 an hour.
It was lucrative, but not a goldmine.Over 13 years she earned $2 million. That's enough to get very comfortable with, but hardly a fortune. The surprising truth of the DC Madam is how ordinary her operation was. Compared to the high-octane glamour of Hollywood's famous madam Heidi Fleiss, or New York's blueblood procuress Sydney Biddle Barrows, Palfrey was very Washington: subdued, respectable and modest.
That modesty is displayed during her court appearances, where she has eschewed fashionable clothes, wearing navy blue outfits and subdued makeup. "She looks like she should be wearing little white gloves. She's a soft-spoken woman. I curse more than her," said Lee Mirabel, a radio host who acts as her spokeswoman.

Palfrey would send out weekly messages to her girls, offering advice like a corporate newsletter. "Nail color is to match lipstick color,' she suggested. She also said girls should use "fat cream for the thighs". But the missives also acknowledged the legally shaky side of the business. She warned of an investigation by a Virginia vice squad officer, advising girls to burn or shred evidence of their client meetings within 24 hours. "Destroy the data immediately!!!!!!!", she demanded.
Palfrey had good reason to be worried. She had been caught before. She was arrested in California in 1990 for running a smaller escort service. She ended up disappearing during her trial, leaving a long note with her lawyer saying the idea of prison was "an absurd and unthinkable horror". But she was caught on the Canadian border the next year and served 18 months in jail. Not that it deterred her. She started Pamela Martin and Associates - where she was known as "Miz Julia" - in 1993, shortly after she was released.
Her luck held out longer the second time around. She ran her business without incident until 2004, when - unknown to her - a tip -off to the tax authorities alerted them to her activities. It is believed to have come from someone angered by discovering his girlfriend was one of Palfrey's escorts.
For two years detectives investigated the business, finally descending on it in October last year. But investigators combing through her home did not notice a huge pile of phone records. In total they weighed 21 kilograms and recorded more than quarter of a million phone calls dating from the Clinton years through to the current Bush administration. The records were in Palfrey's hands - the police had been looking for "a little black book", unaware that Palfrey did not have one.
Now she is using those lists to show the D.C. establishment who used her service that she will not go quietly. "She has always realized the depth and breadth behind the names on her lists, and she has effectively used her own power in order to try to come out on top," says Capriccioso.
One of Palfrey's missives is more telling than beauty tips. "Congress is back in session," she enthused to her girls. "This always helps to boost business!
For the truth exposed by the D.C. Madam - and largely ignored by the American press so far - has been how ingrained the sex industry is in Washington. Escort services operate openly. In the metro area of the city an online search reveals more than 8,000 adverts for escort services. "That's more escort services than there are McDonald's," says Mirabel.
In many ways Washington represents a perfect market for a booming sex industry. Being a government-dominated town, it is heavily male - many rich, powerful and middle-aged. It is home to major international organisations, such as the World Bank, that are full of well-paid workers away from their home countries, where prostitution might be more socially acceptable. Or, like many visiting diplomats or businessmen, they might simply be lonely.
Washington also plays host to the Pentagon and the huge military support structure that surrounds it. Many of the calls on Palfrey's list come from Pentagon City numbers. The five-star Ritz-Carlton (one of the most common numbers on Palfrey's lists) is nearby.
"It is going on unabated. There are brothels and services of every type," says Bill Keisling, a crime writer and friend of Palfrey. Palfrey's attempts to publicise those who used her services has led many to accuse her of blackmail. But the real story of victimhood is not the men who may be exposed or already have been. The real victim here is Brandy Britton, one of Palfrey's girls who was arrested by local police just as the investigation reached full swing. Britton, a former lecturer in sociology and biology, was also a call girl, entertaining clients in her suburban home. Her arrest threw her into the full glare of the media. She could not take the exposure and the mother-of-two hanged herself in January. "The press ruined her," says Keisling.

Others who have had their private lives exposed in the Washington media know how bad it can feel. "One day you're just living your life, then suddenly it's everyone's business," says Jessica Cutler, a former junior Senate aide whose blog about her numerous affairs in Washington became a scandal when her identity was revealed. She was fired.
But then the D.C. Madam scandal is, at its heart, about hypocrisy. It is about the Washington movers and shakers sweating out the prospect of Palfrey's court case. It is about the public face of a city whose political denizens exhort others to standards they clearly fail to meet themselves. "We think of ourselves as faithful to our Puritan founders, but the U.S. regularly loses its innocence with scandals like this," says Bruce Gronbeck, an expert on political scandal at the University of Iowa.
Palfrey is not giving up. She recently turned over about 20 per cent of her client list to ABC News. She claims she did it to enlist its help in identifying her clients so they could exonerate her; it is a disingenuous argument. ABC's main investigative reporter, Brian Ross, concluded the names they found were not newsworthy enough to publish - yet it still devoted a prime-time show to highlighting the case and its exclusive interview with Palfrey.
Palfrey has barely begun. She will find other ways to get the names into the public domain. Many won't blame her. "I never named names, but if she's getting in trouble, so should her clients," says Cutler.
Palfrey has been selling interviews on eBay. She has also handed over a whole new section of her list to a group of Washington investigative writers and there is the coming court case in which she will be defended by Preston Burton, the lawyer who once represented Monica Lewinsky. That seems fitting. "She's decided to fight this until the end," says Mirabel.
The story of the DC Madam may have only just begun. http://freeinternetpress.com/story.php?sid=11735#

May 12-13, 2007 -- Hookergate involves fired US Attorney. US District Judge for the District of Columbia Gladys Kessler, a Clinton appointee, has re-issued an order prohibiting DC Madam Deborah Jeane Palfrey from releasing any more phone lists of her Pamela Martin & Associates customers. Secrecy of the phone records has been a priority for DC Assistant US Attorney William Cowden. Palfrey released her 10 years of customer phone records to ABC's "20/20" before Kessler's March order prohibiting such a release took effect. As WMR reported, ABC and Disney, under pressure from the Bush White House, killed the story and stated that there were no "newsworthy" names on the Madam's list. WMR has been informed by three well-placed sources that Vice President Dick Cheney, while a part-time resident of McLean, Virginia and while serving as Halliburton's CEO, was a customer of the DC Madam.

The focus on the DC Hookergate story has now moved to Baltimore, and the firing by the Justice Department in December 2004 of the US Attorney for Maryland, Thomas DiBiagio. DiBiagio was fired, along with a number of other US attorneys, after George W. Bush's re-election for political reasons. One of DiBiagio's public corruption targets was the staff of then-Republican Maryland Governor Bob Ehrlich, some of whom had engaged the services of Madam Palfrey's escorts. The US Attorney's office in Baltimore first became involved in the investigation of the prostitution ring after the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) office and IRS agent Troy Burrus in Baltimore made a criminal referral to the US Attorney's office in Baltimore. Subsequently, an asset seizure warrant for Palfrey's assets was issued. Palfrey and her employees used two telephones in Maryland for their escort business, 301 231-5800 in Rockville, near some of the "mansions" in Potomac, Maryland and Great Falls, Virginia described by "20/20" as the locations in DC where Pamela Martin escorts would pay calls, and 410 244-1818 in Baltimore.

After Ehrlich complained to then-Deputy Attorney General James Comey about the aggressiveness of DiBiagio, the Baltimore-based US Attorney was placed on the firing list in the wake of the 2004 election. David Margolis, an Associate Deputy Attorney General, claimed he did not know about any investigations of Ehrlich's staff by DiBiagio when he informed the number one Justice Department official in Baltimore that the Justice Department had lost confidence in his abilities.

DiBiagio had already witnessed the brutal murder of his Assistant US Attorney Jonathan Luna in December 2003. A husband and father of two, Luna had departed in his vehicle, strangely leaving his cell phone on his desk at his office, and drove a circuitous route through Delaware, New Jersey, and then Pennsylvania before he was found in a creek near the Pennsylvania Turnpike in Denver, PA stabbed to death 36 times, supposedly with his own pen knife. Federal authorities leaned toward a suicide but local investigators treated the death as a homicide. In 2004, DiBiagio claimed he was being pressured to stop his investigation of Ehrlich's staff for links to gambling (particularly the gambling interests of jailed Maryland/DC GOP lobbyist Jack Abramoff), prostitution, and other corruption and filed a threat report with the FBI. The Washington Post and Washington Times then reported that Luna was fearful that DiBiagio was going to fire him, which led to Luna's "suicide." It is a charge DiBiagio strongly denied. DiBiagio told the New York Times that the pressure from Ehrlich's office and the Justice Department served "to intimidate my office and shut down the investigations." Maryland Democratic Senator Ben Cardin has asked for an investigation of DiBiagio's firing.

Luna's death on December 4, 2003 was followed a few days later, on December 10, 2003, by the indictment of Maryland State Police Superintendent Ed Norris for using his Executive Protective Unit (EPU), the unit that protects the Governor of Maryland and other state VIPs, to transport prostitutes to various locations, including posh Baltimore and New York City hotels, including the Baltimore Hyatt. Like Palfrey, Norris also came under investigation for tax evasion by the Baltimore IRS office. ABC's 20/20 reported that Madam Palfrey's escorts were also driven to expensive Washington hotels, including the Hay-Adams. Palfrey, herself, has suggested that some of her escorts may have been linked to the case of jailed California Republican Congressman Duke Cunningham, Mitchell Wade's MZM, Inc., and Shirlington Limousine. The limousine service was, according to investigators, involved in transporting escorts to the Watergate and Capitol Hill's Westin Grand Hotel for "poker parties" with top Republican congressmen and CIA officials.

Hookergate expands: Cheney (l.), fired US Attorney Thomas DiBiagio (c.), who charged he was fired because of pressure from DOJ and Maryland GOP Governor, and Maryland Governor Bob Ehrlich (r.), whose staff was linked to a prostitution ring.

The murder of Luna and the firing of DiBiagio eliminated the threat that the well-heeled customers of the DC/Baltimore prostitution ring, many of them GOP stalwarts, would be exposed prior to the December 2004 presidential election. The attempt by Justice prosecutors and Judge Kessler to limit the criminal case to Palfrey continues the effort to punish the DC Madam and her employees and divert attention away from the customers. In May 2004, at the same time Norris and his chief of staff agreed to a plea deal in the prostitution case and received light semtences, Palfrey came under intense federal investigation. Palfrey claims that she is being scapegoated by the very same people who were her customers.

This past January, after being exposed by the media as running an escort, Brandy Britton, a PhD and former Associate Professor at the University of Maryland Baltimore Campus was found hanging in her home in Ellicott City, Maryland, a suburb of Baltimore. Britton's home had been foreclosed after she was charged with running a prostitution service using the name "Alexis" and has since been identified from Palfrey's phone lists as one of the Pamela Martin & Associates escorts. Palfrey used the name "Julia." The Bush administration, clearly concerned about a sex scandal that will bring down more than just former Assistant Secretary of State Randall Tobias, is hoping to keep the focus on "Julia" and her employees, and not on "Backseat." http://www.waynemadsenreport.com/

Sen. David Vitter, R-La., speaks speaks at a news conference at the Port of New Orleans, March 30, 2005 file photo in New Orleans. Vitter apologized Monday night, July 9, 2007 for "a very serious sin in my past" after his telephone number appeared among those associated with an escort service operated by the so-called "D.C. Madam."

Sen. Vitter Apologizes for His Link to 'D.C. Madam'
Rising Star in GOP Admits to Alleged 'D.C. Madam

July 10, 2007
Republican Louisiana Sen. David Vitter, whose phone number was linked to Deborah Jeane Palfrey, the so-called "D.C. Madam," says that he is sorry for a "serious sin" and that he has already made peace with his wife.
Palfrey is awaiting trial on racketeering charges related to a prostitution ring she allegedly ran.

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"This was a very serious sin in my past for which I am, of course, completely responsible," Vitter said Monday evening in a printed statement. "Several years ago, I asked for and received forgiveness from God and my wife in confession and marriage counseling. Out of respect for my family, I will keep my discussion of the matter there with God and them. But I certainly offer my deep and sincere apologies to all I have disappointed and let down in any way."
Until his disclosure Monday, Vitter had been a rising star in the Republican social conservative movement.
"I don't believe there's any issue that's more important than this one," Vitter said in June 2006, about the importance of a constitutional amendment banning same-sex marriage. "I think this debate is very healthy, and it's winning a lot of hearts and minds. I think we're going to show real progress."
At another time, speaking at the Lafayette Parish Republican Executive Committee luncheon, Vitter compared same-sex marriage to hurricanes Katrina and Rita.
"David Vitter is dedicated to making life better for his young family and all Louisiana families," reads the first line of his official biography. Presidential hopeful Rudy Giuliani eagerly used Vitter to vouch for his credentials, to write Op-Eds and to serve as a surrogate selling him to social conservatives.
"Obviously, I disagree with Rudy on some significant social issues and these are very important to me and to many people I represent," Vitter said during his March 12 endorsement of the former New York Mayor. "But after numerous personal meetings with the mayor, it's very clear to me that he's not running for president to advance any liberal social agenda."
"Like all parents, Wendy and I, our top concerns are our children," Vitter said, referring to his three daughters, Sophie, Lise and Airey, and son, Jack. "And even with all the international threats we face from al Qaeda to Iran to North Korea, we'll sleep very soundly at night with Rudy in the White House."
A product of Harvard, Tulane Law School and the Rhodes Scholars, Vitter was elected to the Louisiana Statehouse to succeed former Klansman David Duke in 1991; there he successfully pushed through term-limits legislation.
In 1999, after designated House Speaker Rep. Bill Livingston, R-La., abruptly resigned after disclosures of numerous affairs, Vitter successfully ran to succeed him representing suburban New Orleans.
Asked whether she could forgive her husband after an extramarital affair, as Livingston's wife had done, Wendy Vitter told the Times-Picayune: "I'm a lot more like Lorena Bobbitt than Hillary [Clinton]. If he does something like that, I'm walking away with one thing, and it's not alimony, trust me."
Vitter quickly became the Louisiana delegation's most conservative member against abortion even in cases of rape and incest and against gambling and he secured power through his seat on the House Appropriations Committee. There were whispers about Vitter having an affair with a prostitute around the time he was contemplating a gubernatorial run in 2002, but nothing ever was reported in the mainstream media.
In May 2002, he opted out of that race, announcing that he and Wendy had entered counseling because of the "cumulative stress from working in a high-pressure job, living in two cities, building a house, raising four young kids including a newborn, having our campaign activities based at home and traveling the state considering a run for governor."

But the next year, after Sen. John Breaux, D-La., announced in 2003 that he wouldn't seek re-election, Vitter within days announced he would run to succeed him, and the national GOP did everything it could to clear the way for the man who said he represented "mainstream Louisiana values."
With President Bush running strong on top of the ticket and Vitter winning his home parish by a 5-1 ratio over his chief opponent Rep. Chris John, D-La. Vitter avoided the state's odd runoff process by securing more than 50 percent of the vote.
On Aug. 30, 2005, the day after Hurricane Katrina hit, Vitter erroneously told the public that, "In the metropolitan area in general, in the huge majority of areas, [the water is] not rising at all. It's the same or it may be lowering slightly. In some parts of New Orleans, because of the 17th Street breach, it may be rising and that seemed to be the case in parts of downtown. I don't want to alarm everybody that, you know, New Orleans is filling up like a bowl. That's just not happening."
He has perhaps been best known nationally for criticizing the federal government's response to Hurricane Katrina, opposing Supreme Court nominee Harriet Miers, fighting for the Federal Marriage Amendment and endorsing Giuliani.



Pamela Martin & Associates Sprint phone records, 22 January 2006 - 22 August 2006


202 679-8859

Out of service


301 674-9074

Voice Mail - no identifying info


407 496-2662

Danny Veal, Realtor


202 737-4200

Pamela Martin Escort Service


407 622-5100

J. Martin Black & Assoc., Winter Park FL


714 362-4124

"Christine" answered phone


714 978-9100

World Star Realty, Sukey Holzman


415 847-2132

Tiburon-Bay Views. $2200. 2Br/2Ba, FP, Lg Deck, Pets

OK. Pool, Call 415-847-2132







703 608-4499

Answered - would not give info










Billing Period 22 January 2005 - 22 December 2005


703 395-5324



202 494-7080



770 617-9966

Annapolis, MD 21401 (potentially a judge?)


847 650-0349

Northbrook, IL


202 251-5678



301 980-1403



240 508-7505



407 896-0053

FAX - William R Poorbaugh State Farm Insurance Agent (Orlando FL)


407 894-4361

William R Poorbaugh State Farm Insurance Agent (Orlando FL)


815 220-1486

Ariva Skin Care & Day Spa, Peru IL


703 521-1900

Sheraton National Hotel Arlington, VA


619 232-1826



760 871-0614

home for sale by owner, 'John'


941 624-5895

Gary Busciglio


808 385-6345

Delmore Realty, cell phone, Gregg Kresge


443 254-3092



717 918-6633



703 313-9449



301 573-1804


Pamela Martin & Associates Cingular/AT&T phone records, 19 December 2004 - September 2005


707 556-0099



703 313-9449



703 303-8525



410 884-3636



800 899-5171



410 703-8212



707 280-0087



301 980-1403



410 653-2254



301 257-3622






703 724-1615



707 404-5472







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2    ATT January 21 2001 - December 20 2001

3    ATT January 22 2001 - December 27 2001

4    ATT March 20 2003 - October 20 2003

5    ATT November 20 2003 - November 19 2004

6    ATT October 19 1999 - October 21 2000

7    Cingular August 24 2005 - December 1 2005

8    Cingular December 19 2004 - September 2005

9    Sprint August 1994 - December 27 1994

10    Sprint January 22 1999 - December 22 1999

11    Sprint January 22 2000 - December 22 2000

12    Sprint January 22 2002 - December 22 2002

13    Sprint January 22 2003 - December 22 2003

14    Sprint January 22 2004 - December 22 2004

15    Sprint January 22 2005 - December 22 2005

16    Sprint January 22 2006 - August 22 2006

17    Sprint January 27 1995 - July 27 1995

18    Sprint January 27 1995 - July 27 1995 II

19    Sprint January 27 1996 - December 27 1996

20    Sprint January 27 1998 - December 22 1998

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