Ex-IMF chief may use tried, tricky consent defense
NEW YORK (AP) — Former International Monetary Fund chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn has shed little public light on his account of what happened between him and a hotel housekeeper who accused him of sexually attacking her. But in a potentially revealing hint, one of his lawyers has said he doesn’t expect the evidence will show a forcible encounter.
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