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New York courts let DA drop sex case, Strauss-Kahn free

• NY Times

A pair of judges put an end Tuesday to the sensational sexual assault case against Dominique Strauss-Kahn, setting him free after prosecutors argued the hotel housekeeper accusing the French diplomat of sexual assault couldn't be trusted.

The decision to drop the charges in a case that has attracted global attention as a cauldron of sex, violence, power and politics had been widely expected. Prosecutors filed court papers Monday saying that they could not trust the word of the hotel housekeeper accusing the French diplomat of attempted rape. 

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Comment by Stupid Amerkin
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 This just validates what power and status will do. Just another dog and pony show. My question would be how much the AHO got paid to drop the charges.

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