GOOD NEWS FOR CRUZ=> SCOTUS Denies Request from Lawyer for DC Madam to Release Info on Escorts

Last week the lawyer for the former “DC Madam” said he had a record log of contacts that could “upend the 2016 election.”

Attorney Montgomery Blair Sibley has a GoFundMe page set up to pay for his court costs if he releases the phone records.

Montgomery Blair Sibley recently released a video saying he has the list of contacts relevant to the 2016 presidential race.


This could be Ted Cruz’s worst nightmare.

Attorney Montgomery Blair Sibley said the records were already online.

On Tuesday Supreme Court denied a request from Montgomery Blair Sibley, the lawyer for the former DC Madam, to release documents and records that would indict a current candidate running for president of the United States.
NBC News reported:

The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday denied a request from a lawyer who once represented a woman known as the “DC Madam” to release records from her famous escort service.

Those records include such sensitive information as customer names, Social Security numbers and addresses— information the lawyer, Montgomery Blair Sibley, has said could affect the 2016 presidential election. The so-called DC Madam Deborah Jeane Palfrey ran a high-priced escort service in the Washington D.C.-area for a number of years before her eventual conviction. She died in 2008.

Sibley wanted the Supreme Court to lift a lower court order, in place since 2007, that bars him from releasing any information about her records.

“Time is of the essence,” Sibley wrote in his latest Supreme Court filing. “Given the significance of the upcoming political primaries and caucuses, in the looming Republican and Democratic conventions on July 18th and July 25th respectively, and given the impact of the presently sealed from the public record that this attorney seeks to release, upon those electoral deliberations, expedited resolution to this application is incumbent upon this court.”

Montgomery Sibley Blair sent this letter today to the Supreme Court of the United States.

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