Carly Fiorina protecting more than Ted Cruz?, Montgomery Sibley book “Why just her”, Sibley reveals “Hewlett Packard Director who made substantial contributions to U.S. Senate races”, DC Madam phone records and other revelations
“You could drive down the streets of Washington and look at every building on your left and right and in each and every one of those buildings, we had clients.”…DC Madam
“Since 2007, I have been under court order restraining me from publically releasing those records. Those records contain information relevant to the 2016 presidential election,”…Montgomery Blair Sibley
“We are being lied to on a scale unimaginable by George Orwell.”…Citizen Wells
While we are waiting on DC Madam phone records to be released by Montgomery Blair Sibley, There is more information of interest to be perused.
Montgomery Sibley wrote a book published in 2009, “Why just her.”
Why Just Her” identifies the external and internal demons that drove the D.C. Madam, Deborah Jeane Palfrey, from an initially defiant woman willing to fight the government to a woman so despairing as to take her own life prior to sentencing upon her conviction for Prostitution Racketeering. Starting with the execution of search on her home and seizure warrants for her bank accounts in October 2006 through her death on May 1, 2008, the book traces Jeane’s final 20 months as the judicial system time and again failed to live up to its promise to insure ‘justice’. Instead, unwittingly sitting atop a client list of the most powerful men in the world, that system made sure that Jeane’s story would never be fully told.
As usual, one thing led to another and the “Yellow Brick Road” led to an older version of a Sibley website and the Wayback Machine.
There were found some interesting tidbits.
From Montgomery Sibley, Civilforfeiture.com.
“Questions and Answers”
Q. Do you identify any new clients of the service in the book?
Yes and no. I do identify that clients of Jeane’s escort service included individuals associated with a wide-range of companies, institutions and government agencies including: the Archdiocese of Washington, the Army Capabilities Integration Center, the U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command, The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, the US Army Information Systems Command, the National Drug Intelligence Center and the law firms of (i) Jones Day Reavis and Pogue, (ii) Akin Gump Strauss, (iii) The Durst Law Firm, (iv) Patterson Belknap Webb, and (v) Reed Smith among many others.
Additionally, I note that those clients included: a Director of the Defense Contract Management Agency; a Commander of the 332rd Expeditionary Maintenance Group, Balad Air Base,. Iraq; a high ranking officer of Colonel Pipeline Company which had reached a Settlement for Oil Spills in Five States; an Environmental Protection Agency employee; a former President of National District Attorney Association; a Hewlett Packard Director who made substantial contributions to U.S. Senate races; a director of the Association of Foreign Intelligence Officers; a state representative from Louisiana; a member of the Maryland Public Service Commission; a NASA Astronaut; and a Special Envoy for Middle East Security appointed by Condoleezza Rice.
However, as detailed in the book, I have been put under court order not to reveal these names publicly by Judge Robertson. So I can’t reveal those names only because I risk being incarcerated for contempt-of-court.
Thus the real story became – why was I silenced? Why did the government want so badly to keep these – and other clients of Jeans’s escort service – from being publicly identified by me?
Q. Did the White House really call you?
Yes. Here is the message:
From Chapter 20 of the book:
“December 14, 2007 – Part II
Something curious, however, had happened the morning that I was at court with Judge Robertson. One of the subpoenas authorized by Judge Kessler had been answered, with startling information.
Among the subpoenas that Judge Kessler had authorized in November was a subpoena to Verizon Wireless, to which I had attached a list of 5,902 telephone numbers that had turned up in Jeane’s telephone records. The subpoena had sought the account holder information for each telephone number that appeared in Verizon Wireless’ records on the day the call was made to Jeane’s escort service. All of the telephone companies had been complaining to me that the task was too big, but I kept reminding them that this was a federal subpoena and they would be explaining that to the federal judge who had authorized the subpoena.
Thus, it was a surprise to me when I returned to my office after the December 14th hearing to find a FedEx package from Verizon Wireless containing a CD with Verizon Wireless’ response to the subpoena: 815 account holders names, addresses, social security numbers, and home and business telephone numbers—all contained in an Excel spreadsheet. Each name represented a former escort or client who had a cell phone number that had called Jeane’s escort service when that cell phone number was owned by that person. Stated another way, I now had 815 new leads who had not, heretofore, been identified through the telephone records by anyone.
The leads were stunning. Among the entities whose corporate cell phone numbers showed up were:
- Washington College
- Jones Day Reavis and Pogue, a large law firm
- Archdiocese of Washington
- Hewlett Packard
- Akin Gump Strauss, a large law firm
- The Durst Law Firm
- Philips Electronics North America
- NXP Semiconductors USA, Inc. – Providing engineers and designers with semiconductors, system solutions and software that deliver better sensory experiences. Net sales of $6.32 billion in 2007.
- Patterson Belknap Webb, a large law firm
- Defense Group, Inc. – is a high technology company, advancing public safety and national security through innovative research, new technologies, and systems assessments. DGI has key competencies in U.S. strategy and policy, intelligence, Weapons of Mass Destruction, vulnerability assessments, and homeland security, as well as technologies and products that support first responder and medical communities.
- The Roger Richman Agency Inc – The Roger Richman Agency, Inc. was purchased by Corbis’ owner Bill Gates in 2005 and is the preeminent licensing agency specializing in protecting and promoting the personae of world-renowned entertainment and historic personalities.
- U.S. Dept of Commerce
- Internal Revenue Service
- The Army Capabilities Integration Center – The Army Capabilities Integration Center (ARCIC) is the Army’s leader in the identification, design, development, and synchronization of capabilities into the Army current Modular Force and the future Modular Force, bringing together all the Army agencies as well as Joint, Multinational, and other DoD agencies to manage rapid change. ARCIC supports TRADOC in providing adaptive soldiers, leaders and units by contributing to the development of doctrine, TTPs, and the collective training experience.
- U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command – TRADOC recruits, trains and educates the Army’s soldiers; develops leaders; supports training in units; develops doctrine; establishes standards; and builds the future Army. TRADOC is the architect of the Army and “thinks for the Army” to meet the demands of a nation at war while simultaneously anticipating solutions to the challenges of tomorrow.
- US Postal Service
- USPS – Information Technology
- United States Coast Guard
- Embassy of Japan
- Constellation Energy – Constellation Energy, a Fortune 125 competitive energy company based in Baltimore, is the nation’s largest supplier of wholesale power and competitive electricity to large commercial and industrial customers, and a major generator of electricity, with a diversified fleet of power plants strategically located throughout the United States.
- Andersen Consulting
- Department of Health & Human Services – Office of the Inspector, The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency – is a Department of Defense combat support agency and a member of the national Intelligence Community (IC). NGA develops imagery and map-based intelligence solutions for U.S. national defense, homeland security and safety of navigation.
- Reed Smith – a law firm that represents many of the world’s leading companies in complex litigation and other high-stakes disputes, cross-border and other strategic transactions, and crucial regulatory matters. With lawyers from coast-to-coast in the U.S. as well as in the U.K., continental Europe, Asia, and the Middle East, the firm is known for its experience across a broad array of industry sectors. The firm counsels 28 of the top 30 U.S. banks and 10 of the world’s 12 largest pharmaceutical companies.
- USAISC – U.S. Army Information Systems Command
- LogicTree – provides innovative IVR solutions for the Transit and 511 markets. They provide solutions focused on connecting agencies to their customers, making access to transit and traffic information easy and intuitive. Since 2001, LogicTree has led the market with innovative, proven solutions, deploying the world’s first speech-enabled transit trip planning IVR, the first Personalized 511 and the first Spanish 511 systems, all using proven speech recognition technology and LogicTree’s patented VoxLinx telephony platform.
- The National Drug Intelligence Center – established by the Department of Defense Appropriations Act, 1993. Placed under the direction and control of the Attorney General, NDIC was established to “coordinate and consolidate drug intelligence from all national security and law enforcement agencies, and produce information regarding the structure, membership, finances, communications, and activities of drug trafficking organizations.”
- Atlantic Research Corporation Political Action Committee
- Fauquier Bank
- Lockheed Martin MS2– MS2 provides surface, air, and undersea applications on more than 460 programs for U.S. military and international customers
While there might be innocent explanations for company cell phones repeatedly calling an escort service, certainly among the list were former escorts and customers. This supposition was certain as the account holder’s cell phone numbers matched with the date of calls to Jeane’s escort service. Moreover, the list of individuals was also comprehensive and included, among others:
- a director of the Defense Contract Management Agency
- a commander of the 332rd Expeditionary Maintenance Group, Balad Air Base, Iraq
- a high ranking officer of Colonel Pipeline Company which had reached a Settlement for Oil Spills in Five States
- an Environmental Protection Agency employee
- a former president of the National District Attorney Association
- a Hewlett Packard Director who had made substantial contributions to U.S. Senate races
- an attorney with the prominent Akin Gump law firm (the law firm that fired “Abbey.” an employee upon learning she was an escort for Jeane)
- a director of the Association of Foreign Intelligence Officers
- an attorney with Patterson Belknap Webb & Tyler, another major law firm with deep Washington, D.C. ties
- a state representative from Louisiana
- a member of the Maryland Public Service Commission
- a NASA astronaut
- a special envoy for Middle East Security appointed by Condoleezza Rice
Plainly, I now had the ability to bring a parade of former clients, companies and government agencies in front of the jury to establish either that (a) no sex was had, or (b) that if sex for money was involved, then “Why Just Jeane?”
However, my dilemma was that Judge Robertson had just quashed this subpoena, meaning that I was not supposed to have, or use, this information.
Moreover, these names were just from Verizon Wireless. Subpoena returns were still outstanding from AT&T Mobility, Sprint/Nextel, T-Mobile USA and Alltel. Those cell phone companies would never respond, as word that Judge Robertson had quashed the subpoenas was apparently rapidly communicated by the Government to prevent these cell phone companies from replying to the subpoenas and further identifying former escorts and clients of Pamela Martin & Associates.
Judge Robertson would subsequently issue a written order overruling Judge Kessler and quashing almost all the subpoenas she had ordered served. Among those quashed were all of the cell phone telephone company subpoenas. As a result, further names and entities would never come to light and those learned through the Verizon Wireless records would, thanks to Preston, likewise never see the light of day. (N.B. I have now securely stored these records on off-shore servers to be publicly released in the event of my curious disappearance or demise).”
Most of us are aware of Carly Fiorina jumping in at the press conference to deflect a reporter’s question and protect Ted Cruz.
From Law Newz March 31, 2016.
“Former CIA Expert: Carly Fiorina Now Helping Cruz Deceive Public on Alleged Infidelity”
“Monday’s Ted Cruz press conference in Wisconsin, in which former Republican presidential hopeful Carly Fiorina leaped in to intercept a reporter’s question about Cruz’s alleged marital infidelity, was pivotal. It marked the first time we have seen an instance of collective deception in what appears to be a desperate effort to keep Cruz sufficiently unsullied to stop Donald Trump.
The question, posed by Daily Mail reporter David Martosko, was straight and to the point: “Can you please swat down more definitively this National Enquirer piece by telling us on the record that you’ve never been unfaithful to your wife?” It was a question that was screaming to be asked, in light of the deceptive nature of Cruz’s response to the National Enquirer story, which we have previously highlighted.
What ensued reminded us of the old adage, “One lies and the other swears to it.” That Fiorina felt compelled to jump in and rescue Cruz from the question was enormously troubling in itself. Why did she feel she couldn’t just let Cruz respond categorically that he had never been unfaithful? But an even more troubling dimension unfolded as Fiorina launched into a harsh attack on Trump, on the media, and, bewilderingly, on President Obama. The attack behavior was clearly aimed at shifting the spotlight away from Cruz, because, we believe Fiorina must have feared, the truth was not Cruz’s ally.”
From Montgomery Sibley above:
“Hewlett Packard Director who made substantial contributions to U.S. Senate races”
Is Carly Fiorina protecting someone else too?