Sunday, July 3, 2011

Strauss-Kahn, visiting the "Moma" First exit a free man

Dominique Strauss-Kahn visited the MOMA, the Museum of Modern Art in New York, on his first day of freedom after the withdrawal of the arrest. The former president of the International Monetary Fund had been arrested May 14 on charges of raping a waitress at the Sofitel New York. The allegations have proved unfounded, at least with regard to violence and Strauss-Kahn was set free.

Saturday afternoon, the former director of the IMF is out for a few hours from the apartment in Lower Manhattan with his wife Anne Sinclair. In return, however, the wife had a guide of MOMA, probable indication of a stop at 53rd street to what is considered the modern art museum in the world.

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