Jeane Palfrey AKA "The Washington Madam" Tells Her Side of the Story on wsRadio.com

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Jeane Palfrey, aka the Washington Madam contracted with wsRadio.com, an Internet Talk Radio Network headquartered in San Diego to "tell her side of the story." In recently taped interviews, Ms. Palfrey, who is charged by the Federal Government for operating a high-end Washington D.C. prostitution ring, maintains that her D.C. business was a legal escort service. In her own words, Palfrey states My business operated successfully without incident, as an adult fantasy service from 1993 to August 2006.

Jeane Palfrey, aka "the Washington Madam" contracted with wsRadio.com, an Internet Talk Radio Network headquartered in San Diego to "tell her side of the story." In recently taped interviews, Ms. Palfrey, who is charged by the Federal Government for operating a high-end Washington D.C. prostitution ring, maintains that her D.C. business was a legal escort service. In her own words, Palfrey states "My business operated successfully without incident, as an adult fantasy service from 1993 to August 2006."

Palfrey and her civil defense attorney, Montgomery Blair Sibley rocked the Beltway in March when they threatened to sell phone records of 10,000 plus names to help pay Palfrey's mounting legal bills. "The List," which weighs forty six pounds, is comprised of 150,000 to 200,000 incoming and outgoing calls. The phone bills reflect communication with clients during Palfrey's thirteen years in business. Sibley was ultimately barred from selling the list and reportedly gave it to ABC News, which have yet to publish any names.

wsRadio contacted Ms. Palfrey to be the first guest on a newly developed program, "My Side of the Story Radio" hosted by radio veteran Lee Mirabal. Mirabal states "this is Jeane Palfrey's story…in her own words…without the subjective editing and exploitation by media outlets, government agencies and more."

wsRadio.com produces over 80 custom business, health, hobby and special interest shows. Broadcasting to a global audience, all shows on the wsRadio network use traditional radio formatting, including commercial breaks. Each show is archived for listening on demand, 24/7. Celebrating its fifth year anniversary in August 2006, wsRadio receives over 1.5 million monthly listeners to the network. As the exclusive Internet outlet for Palfrey's story, the unique combination of global interest and potential impact of the case, the series of interviews are projected to set a new level of listenership for wsRadio.com

The premier show, in a series of several with Ms. Palfrey, is scheduled to air in the next 7-10 days. An audio clip of the interview will be made available by April 12, 2007. "Launching this new show provides a unique format for individuals to tell their story to the world, essentially leveling the playing field. We know Ms. Palfrey had many offers for interviews and we are pleased that she signed with us," says Chris Murch, president and founder of wsRadio.com.

For more information, or to be automatically notified via email of upcoming broadcasts of Ms. Palfrey's interviews log onto http://www.wsRadio.com.

Contact:     Chris Murch    858-623-0199 ext 100

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