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Defense lawyer Ben Brafman knew from the start that this case would be a disaster for the DA.
At first, Strauss-Kahn's lawyers tried to claim that their client had diplomatic immunity him from being sued. But that failed, with the courts dismissing his claims of protection.
A settlement in the case was widely expected ahead of Monday's hearing. Strauss-Kahn's New York attorneys had previously acknowledged that talks had taken place.
In court on Monday, judge Douglas McKeon confirmed that a deal had been struck, but not the amount. McKeon also confirmed that a claim against the New York Post — which had reported that Diallo had worked as a prostitute — had also been settled. Again, the terms were not discussed in open court.
Prosecutor asks French court to acquit Strauss-Kahn of pimping charges
Diallo sat through the court proceedings accompanied by her legal representatives. Dressed in a snow-leopard skin print headscarf and emerald blouse, she made no statement while in the courtroom.
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But in brief comments on the steps of the Bronx supreme court, Diallo, who was born in Guinea and who is the mother to a teenage girl, thanked her supporters. I thank everybody; I thank God," she said. The Lille prosecutor's stance on the case -- in which investigators argued that Strauss-Kahn organized or encouraged sex parties involving prostitutes -- isn't new.
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His office said in that evidence didn't support the charges, but investigative magistrates nevertheless pursued the case to trial, which began two weeks ago. The answer is no. Has he paid prostitutes?
Neither the investigation nor the trial supports the pimping charges, Fevre said. Investigators alleged that the sex parties, in locations such as Belgium, New York and Washington, stemmed from a prostitution ring, organized from the Hotel Carlton in Lille.
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Strauss-Kahn, who was married to French TV journalist Anne Sinclair until their divorce in , has never denied that he took part in the parties. But the crux of his defense is that he did not know that prostitutes were involved.
In testimony last week , he acknowledged that the sexual encounters were organized in such a way that they could fit his agenda, but he denied organizing the parties or knowing that the women involved in the parties were prostitutes. Prosecutors allege that two other defendants, businessman David Roquet and Fabrice Paszkowski, a businessman friend of the former IMF director, picked up the bills for the sex parties.
First the NYT dropped a bombshell , reporting that the sex crime case against the former IMF chief was on the verge of collapse, as inconsistencies were appearing all over the place in the maid's story.
Prosecutor says Dominique Strauss-Kahn is innocent
Key, however, was the fact that almost all of the inconsistencies seemed to be away from the actual incident itself. They were more about her background, her alleged underworld connections, and lies she made on her application for asylum in the US. Then yesterday, after DSK saw his bail get eliminated but not the charges dropped , the maid's lawyer gave a stunning and graphic press conference , accusing DA Cy Vance of being afraid to take the case, while going on to list in an extremely graphic manner the alleged assault on his client.