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Inconsistencies In The Story Of Dominique Strauss Kahn’s Accuser

By now you probably know Dominique Strauss-Kahn has been released without bail. For someone who was lynched by the media and popular opinion it seems that the course of events have vindicated his version of the story.

Let us now have a better look at how Nafissatou Diallo lied.

Item 1

While she had originally claimed that after the attack by DSK she “fled to an area of the hallway of the [Sofitel’s] 28 floor,” where she waited until Strauss-Kahn left and then contacted her supervisor, the D.A.’s office claims she has admitted that was not the case. After the supposed attack in suite 2806, the chambermaid actually “proceeded to clean a nearby room and then returned to Suite 2806 and began to clean that suite before she reported the incident to her supervisor.” The victim/accuser had, under oath, described the fake sequence of events to the Grand Jury.

Does that sound like the actions of a raped and emotionally distraught woman to you?

Item 2

Strauss-Kahn’s legal team has hired the world’s best private investigators to ferret out every detail about the accuser’s past. They have unearthed photographs of her drinking and partying, despite her professed Muslim faith, sources told The Post.

Oops.. There goes her defense of being a ‘good’ Muslim woman, and brother is certainly not helping her case by shooting his mouth.

“I categorically refute the accusations that my sister was involved in drug dealing and money laundering,” the brother said from his home in Conakry, the Guinean capital. “We are the descendants of very pious Muslim scholars, we cannot let ourselves get carried along by the easy gain of money. My sister even refused to sell cigarettes when she was here with me in Conakry around ten years ago when I ran a cafe.”

Somehow her lifestyle in NY was, should we say, less than pious. Did I mention that part about a ‘fiance’ who was a drug dealer and all sorts of shady money transfers.

Item 3

Prosecutors disclosed that the woman had admitted lying in her application for asylum from Guinea; according to the letter, she “fabricated the statement with the assistance of a male who provided her with a cassette recording” that she memorized. She also said that her claim that she had been the victim of a gang rape in Guinea was also a lie. The woman also acknowledged that she had misrepresented her income to qualify for her housing, and had declared a friend’s child — in addition to her own daughter — as a dependent on tax returns to increase her tax refund.

She lied about rape before to get asylum in the USA, she lied about her income to qualify for public housing and she lied about the number of dependents to increase her tax refund from the IRS.

The funny part is that she is feigning ignorance about, or trying to explain away, many of her lies.

That man, the investigators learned, had been arrested on charges of possessing 400 pounds of marijuana. He is among a number of individuals who made multiple cash deposits, totaling around $100,000, into the woman’s bank account over the last two years. The deposits were made in Arizona, Georgia, New York and Pennsylvania. The investigators also learned that she was paying hundreds of dollars every month in phone charges to five companies. The woman had insisted she had only one phone and said she knew nothing about the deposits except that they were made by a man she described as her fiancé and his friends.

Do you seriously expect me to believe that a woman with a maid’s income is unaware of 100,000 dollars going through some of her accounts? And what is up with those huge phone bills? are they really phone bills? and how could she be unaware that she was paying hundreds of dollars per month to several phone companies?

The billion dollar question is- Could any average, or even moderately rich, guy have been able to defend himself like Dominique Strauss Kahn?

What does that say about the so-called justice system in the US, or in many other so-called civilized countries?


Categories: Current Affairs, Dystopia
  1. July 1, 2011 at 11:32 am

    Her photos don’t give the impression of a a ‘good’ Muslim woman.

  2. Deus
    July 1, 2011 at 11:41 am

    The answer to that billion dollar question is of course NO.

    No ma with less than millions to spend on lawyers and connections in foreign countries could protect himself the way DSK did. Average Joe Shmoe with $30000 in savings would spend 15 to 25 years in prison and spend the rest of his life on parole.

    I red this comment on another site: “This case shows that the most alpha of men is nothing compared to the lowest of women in the eyes of the law.”

  3. July 1, 2011 at 11:48 am

    Could any average, or even moderately rich, guy have been able to defend himself like Dominique Strauss Kahn?

    AD, do you have any idea on how an average guy can defend himself? Is there any means possible?

  4. b6407727
    July 1, 2011 at 12:42 pm

    Another question is whether the prosecution pursues charges against the accuser – lying to law enforcement and to federal agencies is illegal.

  5. July 1, 2011 at 8:44 pm

    yup, she sounds pretty trashy. she’s a criminal but I’m sure the feminazi’s will say patriarchy made her do it….

    as far as the average man, she wouldn’t target the average man. There is something to be said for being no one and nothing…..

    truth is she hurts the plight of real rape victims but the feminazi’s would never even go there because everything is always men’s fault…..

  6. Commander Shepard
    July 2, 2011 at 1:30 am

    As it comes to average men whenever a woman realizes she’s been duped into sleeping with a beta (normally through booze) the rape allegations come out. She has to protect her reputation after all. Her history of alpha gang bangs, threesomes, “exploring” with other women, are all irrelevant. Sleeping with a beta is what disgusts her and will damage her standing in the female social hierarchy.

  7. mikeraw
    July 2, 2011 at 7:17 am

    I’m plesantly surprised at the coherency and objectivity of this post of yours, AD.

    You should consider adopting this as your standard instead of your usual inflammatory troll-baitings.

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