Friday, May 20, 2011

'Le Figaro' reveals the existence of a new witness in the case Strauss-Kahn

Paris. .- An employee of the hotel was in a room with Dominique Strauss Kahn when he entered the woman accused of violation of the former chief manager of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), Le Figaro reported today. According to sources close to the Sofitel hotel chain which owns the facts cited by the French newspaper, the man was taking breakfast Strauss-Kahn of the service when the employee came and asked if I could start cleaning the room.

The man said he had finished his work and that the suite was empty, so that the employee Nafissatou Diallo did not know that the French politician was at that time in the bathroom and thought I was alone. If confirmed this presence, his testimony on the state of the room and Diallo might be important for research, especially because there was no camera in the hallway leading to Room 2806.

It would also be important to determine the exact time it happened.

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