April 2, 2016

DC Madam lawyer has candidate sex info timed for Internet release if he is killed

US News - The colorful litigator who represented the late “D.C. madam” Deborah Palfrey and threatened this week to release call logs of his former client that he says are “very relevant” to the 2016 presidential election tells U.S. News those records already are digitized and posted online.

Montgomery Blair Sibley says the records will become public if he fails to reset a 72-hour countdown clock, which could cut short his soft two-week ultimatum for federal courts to consider lifting a 2007 gag order that covers the records, lest he deem that order void.

The countdown clock is a safeguard, Sibley says, that ensures that if he disappears the records will be published. Inevitable release, he says, may also disincentivize violent acts against him to prevent their disclosure.

The records are stored on four servers around the world, Sibley says, and dozens of reporters will receive a website link if the clock is not reset. He says he loaded the information online in January, when he decided to publicly claim the records are relevant to the presidential race.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Cruz is like a character right from the pagers of Sinclair Lewis. That wager on it being Teddy is still out there.

Moving a bit laterally from topic, it occurs to us that a certain disclaimers ought proceed Cruz's television advertising spots. In the spirit of public service, and, out of concern for the well-being of this nation's impressionable youth we humbly suggest the following notification:
"We believe that certain aspects of Revivalism and political discourse can bear examination--- that the conduct of some revivalists and politicians make a mockery of the traditional beliefs and practices of organized Christianity! We believe that everyone has a right to vote according to his conscience, but- Freedom of Religion is not license to abuse the faith of the people! However, due to the highly controversial nature of this campaign, we strongly urge you to prevent impressionable children from seeing it!"

Above disclaimer inspired by the message preceding the opening credits to the 1960 motion picture, Elmer Gantry.