New York court declares ex-IMF chief innocent

Dominique Strauss-Kahn, the Ex-IMF director has been declared innocent in a New York court today to accuse of raping a hotel maid. Several French are off and on appalled and enthralled as they follow the American jurisdictional trials.

As Ex-IMF director Dominique Strauss-Kahn is prosecuted today, the case of “New York’s People versus Strauss-Kahn, 1225782, Criminal Court of the New York City,” carry on to consecutively appall and enthrall the French on the distinctions among their judicial system, which highlights discretion and perhaps be more compassionate to suspect, as well as challenging American one.

All major French Television networks have covered Mr. Dominique Strauss-Kahn live. DSK was accused for raping a hotel maid of Sofitel Hotel nearby Times Square last month and has been declared innocent. Furthermore, DSK’s official team, led by Benjamin Brafman, said “No Comments” after the declaration.

From the time when Strauss-Kahn had been detained, French impulse has transformed from instant compassion for Strauss-Kahn, and incense and suspicion, to an indignant question on the French male mindsets about females and en route for a completely new independence to condemn what has always been mass media stillness about such mindsets, especially when they draw in privileged.

Although the Strauss-Kahn issue possibly will play over tables like a tale, but key concerns here are – mass media stillness for privileged, and men benefiting freedom to misbehave and to carry on spoiling in indignant behaviors.