Why Just Her
The Judicial Lynching of the D.C. Madam
Deborah Jeane Palfrey
A Book by Montgomery Sibley

Questions and Answers

Q.    Was Jeane murdered?

A.    No.  The evidence is simply too overwhelming to allow that conclusion.  In order for her to have been murdered, she would have to have been hung without any struggle by her as the autopsy found no marks which would evidence such a struggle.  Jeane would not have gone out without a fight.  Moreover, the assailants would have to gotten in and out of her mother’s trailer park in broad daylight without being noticed.  If you have ever been in a trailer park in Florida populated by retirees, you know that nobody comes and goes without being noticed.

    What regrettably makes more sense is that Jeane decided to take her own life in the depth of depression aided by Abmein®, a drug reported by the FDA to increase suicides among clinically depressed individuals.  Not previously reported is that Jeane had tried to commit suicide four days earlier at her condominium in Tampa by overdosing on Abmien®.  Waking up thirty hours later, Jeane must have decided to use a method with a greater chance of success – hanging.  Why she chose her mother’s house I can’t say, but suicide is devoid of logic.  Additionally, her suicide notes all had her fingerprints on them. Absent of conspiracy of Hollywood proportions, there can be no doubt that Jeane took her own life.

Q.    Aren’t you suspended from the practice of law?

    I have been suspended by the Supreme Court of Florida for three years for allegedly failing to pay child support and filing “meritless” law suits to regain custody of my children taken from me without a hearing for 2 years.  As a result, I have been automatically suspended by ever other state and federal court, with the curious exception of the United States Supreme Court.

    The final chapter on that suspension has yet to be written as the litigation over the propriety and motivation for my suspension is far from over.  Though I fully understand the stigma that a suspension tars me with, I am heartened by the words of Mahatma Gandhi: “First they ignore you, then they ridicule you, then they fight you, then you win.” My accusers are still in the “ridicule” stage as they have yet to “fight” me for I have been denied the right to confront my accusers under oath and denied an opportunity to call witnesses to refute the charges against me. When that “fight” comes – and it will – I am confident that like Mahatma Gandhi, I will “win”.

    However, the details of that story are for another book.

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:

To address any questions or concerns, please contact Montgomery Sibley by e-mail (Sibley@WhyJustHer.com) or telephone: 202-478-0371.