Monday, July 4, 2011

Dominique Strauss-kahn, The Victim of a Plot? Former Director Relatives are Asking About The Role Sofitel | Quazen

Dominique Strauss-Kahn’s relatives went to the hypothesis plot Sunday, citing possible "links" policy in this case, even an "attack" against the former director of the IMF, released on his own responsibility after being under house arrest for sexual assault, reports AFP.

Socialist deputy Francois Loncle evoked hypothesis “links” between the Accor group – owner of the French Sofitel New York, where Dominique Strauss-Kahn was accused of sexually assaulting a maid at 14 – and “probably some French offices” before or after this event.

It is not clear all the behavior and the heads of Sofitel Accor group,” he told France Info radio. “I think it is something that happened between Paris and New York.”
He explained to AFP that he wanted clear answers to questions. “Which people in Paris have called people from the Sofitel? Director General Intelligence Service (domestic intelligence)? What time they called her this famous night?”.
Another close former IMF director, Michele Sabban, spoke of a “political assassination” for radio NJR.

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