Tuesday, June 7, 2011

Strauss-Kahn challenged by the innocent women out of court

"Not guilty." Thus the former director of the International Monetary Fund, Dominique Strauss-Khan said he was in the courts of New York during the hearing process that sees him charged with seven crimes linked to the alleged rape of a chambermaid Times Square. "Shame on you, shame, shouted a group of domestic workers when he arrived in court accompanied by his wife.

Women protest against abuse in the workplace. After ten minutes of the hearing, Strauss-Kahn left the court arm in arm in Manhattan with his wife Anne Sinclair, who sat in court alongside her daughters, Vanessa. The next hearing was scheduled for July 18. According to early rumors, the defense of the former director of the IMF will focus on the mutual consent of the report to prove the innocence of his client.

The idea is to instill doubt in the jury of a woman's lie, perhaps for economic reasons. The lawyers also should claim alleged "irregularities" in stopping. "He was arrested like a chicken thief, and to justify what they have raised the fear of risk of flight when the flight was booked some time before and changed the day before," say sources close to Strauss-Kahn.

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