Sunday, November 18, 2012

For the Record: Paula Broadwell's Hideout

Former Petraeus lover Paula Broadwell is hiding out at the home of her brother, Stephen P. Kranz.

The home is located in Mt. Pleasanton, Maryland and was bought by Kranz and his wife for $2 million.

Kranz  spent six years as an "Honors Program" trial attorney with the U.S. Department of Justice, Tax Division, and two years as the Chief Counsel to the District of Columbia's Office of Tax and Revenue. Kranz is currently a partner at the Washington D.C. based Sutherland law firm. He practices in their tax division, where he focuses on state tax controversy and tax policy matters.

The hideout:

View from the Porch

The Rear Parlor Library--1 of 2 rear parlor libraries.


  1. What's funny is that the house could not possibly be worth $2m in the rest of the country. DC is in a serious housing bubble.

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    1. Once Mordor on the Potomac defaults these houses will not be worth the ground they sit on. It's swampland, and will return to swamp one day.