Russian Security Services are reporting today on a bizarre plot currently unfolding in the United States where one of the Central Intelligence Agency’s (CIA) top agents was gunned down by US police while attempting to reach Deborah Palfrey, a woman known as the D.C. Madam, and who was, also, found dead by hanging.
Roland Carnaby, these reports state, the CIA’s top US operative for American Affairs, and codenamed in former KGB files as “Tuxedo”, was gunned down by police in Houston, Texas, after a high-speed chase he was engaged in while attempting to foil the kidnapping attempt against him and his wife.
US news reports also show that CIA Agent Carnaby’s attempts to call for help from his contacts at the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) prior to his being murdered were not answered in time. US news reports are also reporting that Carnaby’s wife has retained an attorney and plans to sue American authorities for her husband’s brutal death.
To the greatest mystery, however, of the murdering of this CIA officer, according to these FSB reports, is that Agent Carnaby was tasked by his superiors to meet with the recently convicted D.C. Madam Deborah Palfrey in her Florida home, and who had reported to the CIA that her life was ‘in danger’ over her threatening to release her secret files that would detail the high-level US Government Officials who utilized her prostitution services.
Of the top US Officials said to have been a client of the D.C. Madam was one of their top War Leaders, Vice President Richard Cheney, and as we can read:
"Apparently, the ABC-owned radio station did not like our report that Disney/ABC, under pressure from the White House, killed the DC Madam's list story. The two morning radio hosts also did not like our report that Vice President Dick Cheney is on the list from his time as a part-time resident of McLean, Virginia while he was President and CEO of Halliburton."
These FSB reports continue by stating that with the War Leaders in the US currently in their last weeks, or days, of expanding their current wars to engulf the entire Middle East, and with their time in office running short, they could ill afford yet another scandal, of which the secret files of the D.C. Madam would certainly ignite.
Russian Legal Analysts further point out in these reports that even though the D.C. Madam had been convicted by a US Federal Court, her death prior to her appeals being filed mean that her conviction is now set aside and she is now, even though dead, now ‘innocent’ of all charges against her.
The importance to this turn of events, the Legal Analysts say, is that with the D.C. Madam now being ‘innocent’ the US Government now has no legal claims to her secret files, and which they had planned on confiscating since her announcement of releasing them to the public through a bidding process.
It must be cautioned, however, the FSB concludes in their report summary, that it is entirely possible that the D.C. Madam may not be dead and has, instead, been brought into greater protection for later use against American War Leaders through this apparent suicide of hers.
To whichever the case may be it is not in our knowing, expect to point out the most obvious fact that, once again, events in the