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Palfrey says she had 10,000 clients contained in lists since 1993 which, according to her Web site, weigh in at "46 pounds of detailed and itemized phone records."
Palfrey may have no other choice but to "liquidate her only remaining asset," records involving some 10,000 clients, said Washington attorney Montgomery Blair Sibley, who is representing her in a civil asset-forfeiture case that is now on hold because of the criminal indictment.
Hookergate "Black Book Day." ABC News 20/20's investigative reporter Brian Ross is due to reveal the names of only two more "DC Madam" Deborah Jeane Palfrey call girl clients tonight. ABC News has reportedly scaled down the number of clients who we be outed, possibly as a result of pressure from some of the clients' attorneys.
Meanwhile, a legal secretary for the powerful Washington law firm Akin Gump Strauss Hauer Feld has been revealed as an employee for Palfrey's Pamela Martin & Associates. The legal secretary informed her employer that she would be called as a witness in the Palfrey trial. Navy Times is also reporting that a Naval Academy instructor worked as an escort for Palfrey's service.
WMR has received a third well-placed confirmation that Vice President Dick Cheney, while CEO of Halliburton, was a client of the escort service of DC Madam, Deborah Jeane Palfrey. In addition, one of Cheney's closest military advisers and friends was also a client of the DC Madam's Pamela Martin & Associates escort service. Cheney used the escort service while he was a part time resident of the posh Ballantrae section of McLean, Virginia.
After intense pressure from the White House and Disney executives, ABC News killed the DC Madam client story after having been given exclusive access to Palfrey's ten years' of phone call records.