Tuesday, May 24, 2011

DNA traces found Strauss-Kahn on the clothes of women assaulted

New York. .- Forensic investigation services in New York have found DNA traces of former managing director of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) Dominique Strauss-Kahn on the shirt worn by the woman who accused him of sexual abuse and attempted rape, reported NBC television network. The media, quoting investigative sources said they were positive DNA tests were contrasted and continue analyzing other evidence at the scene of the alleged offense occurred on May 14 in a room of a luxurious and central Manhattan hotel.

The researchers, remember that television network, and genetic samples Strauss-Kahn when he was arrested, and with this material have been compared the DNA traces found on the shirt of the employee of the hotel, a Guinean immigrant 32 years. In addition to the television, other media like The New York New York Post reported that investigators had found traces of semen from the French economist and politician, 62 years, women's clothing.

Also, the newspaper said the NYPD had already notified the French authorities the results of that inquiry. DSK, as he is called by the press, is charged with seven counts of sexual abuse and attempted rape against an employee cleaning hotel where he stayed. They are crimes for which if convicted would face sentences of 3-25 years for each of them according to their severity, and those who have an upcoming court hearing on 6 June.

Dominique Strauss-Kahn was arrested on May 14 at the airport John F. New York Kennedy when he was on board a jetliner taking off in the direction of Paris. After his arrest, his defense hinted that DSK could have maintained a consensual sexual relationship with the woman, which it categorically denied in his testimony before a grand jury in a New York court on Thursday.

DSK, former Minister of Economy also French, also flirted unsuccessfully with two other employees of the luxury hotel where he stayed from May 13, for separately invited to take a drink with him and one of them up to his room end of his shift, reported CNN. One of the employees, according to unnamed sources cited by the television station, described the attitude of DSK authorities as "flirting." Among the revelations arising from his arrest, said the press gala occur shortly before piropeó, loudly and crudely, to one of the flight attendants, plus it has been known that another French journalist was involved for years in a attempted sexual assault when he went to interview him.

The French socialist politician and economist, married to journalist Anne Sinclair and father of four daughters from previous marriages, American justice has imposed very strict conditions for granting bail. After spending four days in New York prison Rikers Islands, is under house arrest after having paid a bail of one million dollars and provided a bank guarantee for five million.

Thus, Judge Michael Obus forces him to wear an electronic bracelet and be guarded 24 hours a day by an armed guard at a minimum and also through a video system at its own cost, which is estimated at $ 200,000 monthly. The difficulties that his wife had to rent an apartment on Friday led the judge to allow its output to a temporary residence owned by the New York security firm guarding it.

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