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"Lying on sworn statements is almost a guarantee the case will be reopened," one lawyer says, referring to Strauss-Kahn's immigration status.
A motion filed by his accuser's attorney, Kenneth Thompson, to appoint a special prosecutor was denied.
"Nafi, we're going to dismiss the case. You have lied to us repeatedly. We can't win," prosecutors allegedly told Strauss-Kahn's accuser.
In a statement near the Manhattan Supreme Court, Thompson told reporters that "District Attorney Cyrus Vance has denied the right of a woman to get justice in a rape case."
A source tells the paper that Vance's decision isn't based on Diallo's lies or her account of what happened in Strauss-Kahn's Sofitel suite, but the nature of how she withheld facts from prosecutors.
The letter, written by an assistant DA, claims the meeting is to explain to Diallo "what I anticipate will occur in court on the following day."
Attorneys for Dominique-Strauss Kahn's accuser have released the medical report completed at the hospital hours after Nafissatou Diallo alleged that Strauss-Kahn sexually assaulted her in his Sofitel suite on May 14.
"There isn't a worse forum in the United States for Dominique Strauss-Kahn than the Bronx," an ex-prosecutor says.
An ex-lover of Strauss-Kahn's tells Swiss magazine L'illustré that Diallo's attorneys contacted her and asked her if Strauss-Kahn was ever violent, or if he forced her to have an abortion.
Dominique Strauss-Kahn won't have to show up in court until August 23, as the hearing scheduled for August 3 has been postponed by the DA's office as they continue to review evidence.
According to the Post's "sources," Strauss-Kahn's mistress is married, "works in the Big Apple banking world," and the two have been together "for some time."
The Post's account of the accuser's illegal activity at the Brooklyn hotel serves to further their sources' version of the events that took place at the Sofitel, which paint the Guinean woman as a jilted prostitute who became angry after Strauss-Kahn "stiffed" her.
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