April 4, 2016 in News by RBN Staff

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Twitter accounts claiming to be allied with Anonymous have dropped alleged phone records of late DC madam Deborah Palfrey, showing Ted Cruz used her services.

One of the several Twitter accounts tied to the hacktivist group, @0Hour1, tauntingly posted a screenshot of the call log, with Texas calls highlighted:

Other accounts are sharing a more detailed record through torrents, which appear to be circulating widely.


The date 9/16, highlighted in the screencap, is where multiple calls were made to various hotels. Blogger The Marshall Report claims the numbers are Cruz’s private numbers.

Conspiracy message board God Like Productions reports that another number on the call log is that of a wire transfer service titled M Lhuillier LLC.

GLP also reports that the original TIFS, along with pdf, ZIP, and csv file versions have all been online since 2007.

The day before the alleged documents were released, lawyer Montgomery Blair Sibley, who represented the late DC madam, told US News and World Report that the call logs of his former client were already online.

Sibley said the records, which he called “very relevant” to the 2016 presidential election, will become public if he fails to reset a 72-hour countdown clock. This part of an effort to get federal courts to consider lifting a 2007 gag order on the records, preventing their release.

DC madam Deborah Palfrey with her lawyer, Montgomery Blair Sibley.

Sibley represented Palfrey after her 2006 arrest for running an escort service popular among Washington’s upper class. In 2007, he released call logs containing about 10,000 phone numbers, which resulted in the outing of prominent political leaders including Sen. David Vitter, deputy secretary of state Randall Tobias, former Clinton administration official Dick Morris – all Republicans. He says he held back 5,000 numbers for leverage at trial – but Palfrey fired him before she was found guilty in April 2008 of money laundering and other crimes.

Two weeks after her conviction, Palfrey was found in her mother’s shed with a nylon rope around her neck, dead from apparent suicide.

A major hurdle for Sibley’s bid to modify the 2007 court order protecting the records is that Palfrey fired him.

As previously reported, an unknown prostitute was named as one of the women who allegedly had an affair with Cruz.