At least, that's what the building supervisor of the condo in Central Florida believes, considering it's where Deborah Jane Palfrey's body was found.
Read an excerpt of the story that's abuzz on the Net:
ORLANDO, Fla. -- The building manager of a Central Florida condo said he spent time talking to Deborah Jean Palfrey on Monday as she packed to go to her mother's house and she did not seem suicidal.
Deborah Jean Palfrey has many ties to Central Florida. For the past 12 years she's owned a condo at Park Lake Towers in Orlando.
The building manager, who did not want to show his face, talked with Palfrey Monday before she left for her mother's in Tarpon Springs. He strongly believes Palfrey's death was not a suicide.
'Jean Palfrey was a class act. She wore very good clothes. She was well educated. Her way out of this world certainly would not have been in an aluminum shed attached to a mobile home in Tarpon Springs, Florida,' he said.
Apparently, I now believe that I erred in thinking that she actually took her own life, considering the news reports were harping on the "fact" that she had taken herself out. After all, her clientele seemed to be a large number of political bigwigs in the Beltway, which have been documented in her much-publicized phone records, which have been available in a .tiff format. Even Senator Vitter (R-LA) was outted as a customer of hers during the course of Palfrey's federal investigation. After all, on July 9, 2007, the senator admitted to being a client of hers.
While it hasn't been officially proven that her death is more like murder than a "suicide by hanging," the circumstances surrounding her "suicide" are very fishy and disturbing by all accounts.