In virtually every substantive interview with prosecutors, despite entreaties to simply be truthful, she has not been truthful, on matters great and small, many pertaining to her background and some relating to the circumstances of the incident itself.I doubted the veracity of the maid's story from the very outset of this case, and stated so here. I became ever more sure that DSK was innocent and gave my reasons here.
Meanwhile, New York District Attorney Cy Vance has egg on his face. He indicted DSK over warnings by Lisa Friel, head of the sex crimes unit of the DA's office, that the maid was lying and not credible. She warned Vance to wait for more evidence and not rush to indict DSK, but Vance, apparently anxious for publicity and acclaim, ignored her warnings. (Worse, he kicked her off the case.) He then indicted DSK, only to have the case explode in his face. Lisa Friel is vindicated and Vance owes her a public apology, but don't hold your breath.
There were a lot of rumors circulating about made-up evidence implicating DSK of guilt in the matter, but much of it (if not all of it) was bogus. Nevertheless, I still get readers pointing to these rumors as if they were fact, e.g. that DSK fled the hotel so quickly he left cell phones and other material behind in his haste to get away. Not true. Save your breath.
Now DSK is guilty of one thing, and that is being a reckless horn-dog who objectifies women and constantly engages in extra-marital sex with any woman who is willing. A high profile individual behaving in such a manner merely paints a bulls-eye on his back, and should expect the arrows aimed at him. My learned and sagacious advice to Monsieur Strauss-Kahn is straight forward and simple: grow up, schmuck.
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