This is all in conjunction with a new defense strategy for Palfrey, the "Honey Pot" defense, in which (from an email release by her lawyer):
...she alleges that the United States Government has been directly or indirectly benefiting from the operation of her service by monitoring her customers and is thus equitably barred from prosecuting her.
In that Memo, Jeane identifies not only already-known customers of the escort service -- Senator Vitter, Randall Tobias of USAID and Harland Ullman -- but also confirms for the first time that another individual with very high government security clearance -- Ronald Roughead of SAIC -- was also a customer. This nexus of CIA backed USAID, Senator Vitter on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee and two beltway bandits appears to be more than a coincidence.
She is keeping it interesting, isn't she?
And so is Larry Flynt.
UPDATE: If an internet visitor from the SAIC would like to leave a comment and shed some more light on this unhappy story, I'd consider it an honor.