9/11 Conspiracy Connection To DC Madam Murder

9/11 Conspiracy Connection To DC Madam Murder

Palfrey told former NSA official that call girls had picked up information concerning foreknowledge of attacks

Paul Joseph Watson - Prison Planet, Monday, May 5, 2008

Former NSA analyst and Navy intelligence officer Wayne Madsen tells the The Alex Jones Show that one of the key motives behind the DC Madam's murder may have been the information her call girls picked up from Washington's top brass concerning foreknowledge and government complicity in the 9/11 attacks.

Madsen also connected another suspicious death - that of former CIA agent Roland Carnaby who was gunned down by Houston police last week - to another individual who was involved in both the 9/11 cover-up and the D.C. Madam scandal, disgraced lobbyist Jack Abramoff.

Noting that Palfrey and her defense team had tried to invoke the Classified Information Procedures Act in the U.S. District Court in Washington, which is only used when classified information or the names of people who are intelligence officers needs to be discussed, Madsen said Palfrey, "Had information which could have a bearing on the 9/11 attacks that some of her employees may have picked up information beforehand that would have been very useful to the 9/11 investigation."

Madsen added that most of Palfrey's call girls had been active around the area of McLean Virginia, which is where the CIA and other intelligence agencies are based and where Dick Cheney lived at the time.

Host Alex Jones recalled that during interviews Palfrey had told him that her escort service was in fact being used as an intelligence operation to gather intelligence on individuals who used the service, particularly those connected to the military.

Madsen, who spoke personally to Palfrey on numerous occasions, recalls one conversation at dinner about a month a go with Palfrey and her asset forfeiture lawyer where Palfrey told him, 'I have information that would have been of great interest to the 9/11 Commission - there's information that they have (her call girls) that would have been very important for the 9/11 Commission to know having to do with intelligence they picked up about 9/11 before it happened'.

The former NSA official noted that some of Palfrey's call girls were being chauffeured by Sherlington Limousines to poker parties attended by former CIA director and co-chair of the Joint 9/11 Intelligence Inquiry Porter Goss. One of the reasons cited for Goss' abrupt resignation in May 2006 was his alleged involvement in a prostitution scandal where lobbyists were holding parties for GOP lawmakers that featured hookers and gambling at the Watergate Hotel in D.C.

On the morning of 9/11, Goss was having breakfast with the head of Pakistan’s Inter Services Intelligence (ISI) General Mahmoud Ahmad, the man who ordered a wire transfer of $100,000 to alleged lead hijacker Mohammed Atta.

In addition, Madsen pointed out that Jack Abramoff, who was also connected to the DC Madam scandal, allowed at least two of the 9/11 hijackers to use one of his casino boats in the days before 9/11, and this is what Palfrey was probably referring to when she spoke about her call girls picking up information about 9/11 before it happened.

"There's the link, when you've got Abramoff and you had two of those hijackers on his casino boat a few days before 9/11 - I just wonder if that's what Jeane was talking about," said Madsen, "Because now I'm looking at this crazy incident in Houston with Roland Carnaby, a retired CIA guy who was still contracted to the CIA, being gunned down in broad daylight by the Houston police department - now I've been told by Agency sources in Houston that one of the people he was looking at was Abramhoff and the casino boats - so here you've got two people in the same week, looks like they were both assassinated in broad daylight," he concluded.

Many readers will recall that Newsweek reported that military brass in Washington received a warning the night before the 9/11 attacks which led to a September 11 flight being cancelled. "NEWSWEEK has learned that while U.S. intelligence received no specific warning, the state of alert had been high during the past two weeks, and a particularly urgent warning may have been received the night before the attacks, causing some top Pentagon brass to cancel a trip. Why that same information was not available to the 266 people who died aboard the four hijacked commercial aircraft may become a hot topic on the Hill," according to the September 13 2001 issue.

The connection to 9/11 is tantalizing and provides a key motive for why numerous power brokers would have wanted Palfrey to be shut up for good before she had the opportunity to release information in court that her call girls picked up about 9/11 pointing to foreknowledge and government complicity in the attacks.

Not front paging this one.

Madsen has a pretty spotty record. I wouldn't bet the farm on this.


My thoughts exactly. That's why I did not submit this in either.

I have a strange feeling about Madsen - intelligence operatives operating so freely in D.C usually have a handler behind somewhere.

There ARE multiple factions within the CIA - military industrial COMPLEX.


I just don't like being played and have the Truth Movement taken for a ride like the way Morgan Reynolds has done. Not to mention others.

Don't hold your breath on Madsen unless he has something real and concrete.

The infighting within the Establishment is going to ugly and fierce and once this falls completely apart, its going to be a free for all so expect an increase in the disinfo and red herrings used to buy more time for them to clean their bank accounts and head to their Dubais.
The CONSTITUTION is NOT going to "collapse" into pulverized dust no matter how much thermate/explosives or planes they throw at it


I didn't mean to rate this a 10!

Madsen was one of the guests at a 9/11 event in Seattle in fall 2006 which I attended. The other guests? Morgan Reynolds & Judy Wood. I ended up walking out in disgust halfway through.

I think...

She may have killed herself. The family says that the notes are in her writing. According to this, as of January 2008, she didn't have a lawyer. What was the name of the attorney that Madsen met with at that lunch? According to Dan Molea, she said last year, "I am not going back to prison. I will commit suicide first." The detectives said that they "had found no evidence indicating that Palfrey died by any means other than suicide." The medical examiner "has ruled that the cause of death was suicide by hanging". Of course, we all know how trustworthy medical examiners are. It makes sense to me that she was "suicided", however, I don't think that is the case. Especially because I don't trust Madsen.

Why isn't Dick Cheney in prison?

Madsen is probably a shill,

Madsen is probably a shill, I don't know much about him and I only posted this because it's supposedly a "link" to 9/11. It wouldn't surprise me if she was actually murdered and now here comes a disinfo shill to add a bit of "spice" to the story and make the whole thing suddenly appear improbable. Suicide notes were found, but you can plant those and what she stated categorically on the Alex Jones show was that she would never commit suicide and she intended to quote: "expose the government in a way they don't want me to expose them". I think she probably was done over, I also think Madsen adding this extra bit of "info" is potentially bad news because it's going to be a bridge too far for most people and make the whole thing seem ridiculous.



is probably a shill but may not be, that is the question?

1. the formation or expression of an opinion or theory without sufficient evidence for proof.
2. an opinion or theory so formed or expressed; guess; speculation.
3. Obsolete. the interpretation of signs or omens.
–verb (used with object)
4. to conclude or suppose from grounds or evidence insufficient to ensure reliability.
–verb (used without object)
5. to form conjectures.

This is a common objection to AJ's news

"I also think Madsen adding this extra bit of "info" is potentially bad news because it's going to be a bridge too far for most people and make the whole thing seem ridiculous. "

The "liberal media" suffers from this affliction. They don't want to be associated with us because the information is so painful that it is or has been almost universally rejected at face value by the "liberal" constituency. But the fact is that our opposition doesn't need to go to this level of detail, they just say, "what happened to the passengers at the pentagon".

Whether or not the information "turns people off" has no bearing on whether it is accurate or not and to sensor information based upon ones feelings of what might be a negative outcome is not scientific. It may be the fear that we all have of being "cast out of the tribe" that drives us to "self censor".

I sat on the curb at school and had a whole group of parents around asking me questions about this today. I took a chance and started telling them about building 7. They looked afraid but nodded their heads in agreement.

As Alex Jones likes to say, "Folks, you can't make this shit up".

And you may 100% correct . . not saying I know the answer.

May have or may not have, that is the question

"The Family" ?

according to "Fox News"?

Dan Molea is a person who has made a living debunking conspiracy theorists and this is not mentioned. According to Alex Jones, he also spoke with Sirhan Sirhan who admitted that he killed RFK, something Sirhan's family denies. I haven't researched this but I did look at the titles of Molea's books. Molea is also a friend of Madsen according to Madsen in the interview with Alex Jones a couple days ago.

According to...

The Associated Press, "Palfrey's mother and sister identified her handwriting in the suicide notes, Young said", Xinhuanet, "Her mother and sister confirmed the notes' authenticity, police said", the St. Petersburg Times, "Investigators showed them to Palfrey's family, who confirmed that she wrote them., and I'm sure several others.

The point is, there is information to suggest it was a suicide, and everyone seems to be ignoring it. I'm not trying to be difficult, and I hope that this comment isn't followed by an instigation.

I can't remember one time when one of Wayne Madsen's sources have come forward, or provided documents, videos, tape recordings, whatever... to substantiate their claims.

Why isn't Dick Cheney in prison?

The associated press

is the source that was repeated all over the country. I'm not saying you're wrong, just saying that the sources you site are not reliable.

it may have been a suicide. my opinion is that it was a murder. the outfit who pull these things off wouldn't have trouble forging her handwriting.

Fox News...

Used AP. I believe the other two didn't. Your opinion is that it was murder. I may agree with you. However, we have no evidence the notes were a forgery. If the family came out and said, "WE NEVER SAID THAT", or "we were mistaken", or originally said, "that isn't her writing", then I would be the first one to stomp up and down and scream "forgery". As it stands right now, it's just speculation.

Why isn't Dick Cheney in prison?

The family wouldn't know it was a forgery

So far I have Alex Jones on one side and the main stream media on the other although Geraldo and company all agreed with Alex which was bizzare.

Alex historically has been more accurate. The credibility I give Madsen's information is that Alex endorses it.

My assumption is that it was murder and I would need better evidence to convince me otherwise. I started out believing it was murder and have not been convinced otherwise.

I'm not arguing with you. Just conversing.

I may be a little defensive because I created a post with the Alex Jones/Madsen interview and it was not allowed to be posted. I wasn't endorsing Madsen, just presenting the information so that we could discuss it.

Maybe there are other reasons for not posting it . . 911Blogger internal politics I"m not aware of? . . someone has to make decisions and I'm cool with that.


Of all people we should believe as to whether or not there is evidence it was a forgery, it is the family. To give credibility to Madsen's information because "Alex endorses it" is a very dangerous way of doing things. Don't believe what anyone tells you. Confirm it yourself to the best of your ability. That "way of doing things" is how bad information gets spread. To be honest, this "story" doesn't interest me much. It's one of those stories I'll put on the shelf. Until more information comes out later. If it does.

Why isn't Dick Cheney in prison?


My point was that to believe the associated press over Alex Jones is very dangerous.

Its all how you look at it and I agree we're looking at it differently.

I assume that the mainstream media is all reporting a press release generated out of some pentagon funded PR outlet. Alex has much more at stake with his credibility than the associated press. I listen to Alex Jones 3 hours a day. For the most part, what he predicts comes true.

My trust in Alex is based on past performance and the opposite can be said of the associated press.

That's how they sold us the war . . . the associated press, the united press international, cnn, the Rendon Groupt et . . .

Whose voting me down? Why?

Not me...

We're having a conversation. Something other people should pay attention to. I hate AP. HATE AP. But again, it was according to the police, and reported by different sources. Anywho... I'm moving on.

Why isn't Dick Cheney in prison?

But Jon what about her

But Jon what about her actual spoken words saying she would not commit suicide?

And would the madame have...

... killed herself by hanging herself in a shed attached to her mother's mobile home?

Suicide notes can be forged and forced.

Has it been established at what time she died? When was the last time anyone reported seeing her?

Things change...

Sometimes. Especially when facing prison time.

Why isn't Dick Cheney in prison?

Yea but apparently she'd

Yea but apparently she'd already done some time before so if that's true it wouldn't be anything new to her, it's cool that you disagree but this is fishy dude.