Dominique Strauss- Kahn’s accuser held a brief press conference today in a Brooklyn mega- church. Although she has been giving interviews over the past week, this was her first live public appearance since the May 14th incident at the Sofitel.
“Hi, my name is Nafi… Diallo,” she said softly.
“Just take your time,” suggested her Read More
Je te l’avais dit.
It’s French for “I told you so.” The French do not have a phrase, however, for “jumping the gun”—at least nothing catchy.
As a result, some may find themselves ill-equipped to discuss recent events concerning the potential trial (and recent release) of former I.M.F. chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn, whose public criminal prosecution took a nosedive last week.
Dominique Strauss-Kahn is free at last. The Frenchman can take a breath of hot, humid New York air after a judge released him from house arrest this morning. But perhaps on a scorcher like today he would prefer to stay indoors. Still, now that DSK can leave the lily pad, we wondered who might want to sublease the Tribeca townhouse he’s been under arrest in since May?