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The following is an message sent today to Lisa Murkowski, at her e-mail address. I would encourage anyone interested to send a similar e-mail to this address.
To: Senator Lisa Murkowski
From: Malia Litman
Date: July 18, 2011
As you know from previous correspondence I write a blog regarding Sarah Palin at firstname.lastname@example.org. It is my understanding from your own web site that you are concerned with sex trafficking in Alaska. I understand it is a major problem in Alaska. There is a possibility that very high profile people may be involved.
Shailey Tripp was arrested and charged with running a house of prostitution, to which she pled “no contest.” Ms. Tripp indicated that Todd Palin was one of her customers. The Anchorage Police Department has shown by their conduct that they are helping Sarah and Todd Palin. They have refused to investigate Todd Palin’s involvement in a prostitution ring, they have issued false and misleading statements to the National Enquirer, and they failed to follow up by reviewing cell phones and computers in their possession that might have implicated Todd Palin and/or other Alaskan government officials.. Shailey Tripp has now given her statement and published it on the internet for anyone to see. Shailey has revealed that:
“… Todd Palin along with other people recruit and groom men and women to be prostitutes. These prostitutes are eventually given positions inside a company and used to secure business deals. These business deals often involve obtaining military and government contracts. The people who use the prositution services are usually in positions of power.
I have witnessed this first hand and am speaking from my own personal experiences.
… I used to think Sarah Palin knew nothing of these kinds of things but I’ve had a year to think it over very carefully, and I am now convinced Sarah Palin not only knew of these actions but went through great lengths to cover it up.”
When the husband of a potential candidate for the Presidency is accused by a prostitute of being involved in recruiting prostitutes, there is an urgency to the investigation of these allegations. If you are truly committed to addressing this problem it is important to initiate an immediate investigation into this matter. If you, as the Senator from Alaska, can not influence Federal Investigators to initiate a thorough investigation into this matter it is unlikely that the problem with sex trafficking in Alaska will be addressed.