Skip to comments.L’affaire Strauss-Khan
Posted on 07/03/2011 12:45:04 PM PDT by OddLane
There are a number of lessons to be gleaned from the rapidly imploding criminal case against the former head of the International Monetary Fund, Dominique Strauss-Kahn. Beyond the usual, insincere breast-beating and lamentation over the medias predictable rush to judgement, as well as questions of whether the traditional perp walk is a violation of a defendants due process rights, there is a much broader discussion that has yet to be fully broached. And that discussion entails the morass of fraud that lies at the heart of our countrys immigration system, especially the application process for potential asylum-seekers.
The New York Post had an extensive analysis of why the credibility of DSKs accuser has been called into question in yesterdays edition. Although there are numerous accusations being leveled against the Guinean maid, including charges of tax evasion and lying about the aftermath of the alleged sexual assault by Khan, the allegations that Id like to explore involve the deception she employed in order to get into this country in the first place.
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Gaming the system. It works.
Being black, female, Third World, “oppressed” vs a white male, a SOCIALIST, too. Works like a charm. Even on this forum.
Those two were made for each other.
Rule # 1, if the msn is pushing any story, you can bet it is a lie.
Who knows what happened here, but the amoral powerful elite in Socialist governments seem have a penchant for using their positions of power to coerce sexual favors from the poorer, less powerful member of the lower classes.
At least this guy will never be President of France.
He's qualified to be head of the U.N.
However, the "victim" could be POTUS - she's the right color and sex, and, as an additional advantage, not an NBC! Sympathy for her crosses political lines. Kumbaya!
I’d put money on it.
A $3,000/night hotel/whore house and a UN job fits him...
All she needs is some fake papers and she’s set.
In France you’re guilty till proven innocent. Looks like it worked out that way for Mr. Frenchie rapist. So what’s he crying about?
In any case, if you're waiting for this mendacious, drug-dealing, extortion-prone illegal alien to be deported back to Guinea, don't hold your breath.
RINO Mel Martinez, will next be saying she should be allowed to stay in the country
Having the headline in French kinda gives it a nice 17th c feel.
Droit de seigneur.