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Accuser of Former IMF Chief Speaks Out in Televised Interview

Jul 25, 2011  •  Post A Comment

The hotel maid who accuses former International Monetary Fund chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn of sexual assault has detailed the attack in a television interview, ABC News reports.

"There were no restrictions on the interview," the story says. The interview will air tonight on "World News With Diane Sawyer," this morning on "Good Morning America" and Tuesday on "Nightline.”

"I want justice. I want him to go to jail," Nafissatou Diallo said in the interview. "God is my witness I’m telling the truth. From my heart. God knows that. And he knows that," she said.

Diallo re-enacted parts of the alleged attack, kneeling at one point to show how she says Strauss-Kahn tried to force her to commit a sex act, the story says.

Defense attorneys for Strauss-Kahn have denied any criminal wrongdoing and alleged that what happened at the hotel was consensual. They called Diallo’s interview an "unseemly circus," the piece notes.

2 Comments

  1. She will tell her story in churches, college campuses, and all over the world. Diallo will make millions and become one of the wealthiest woman in Guinea. Finally she will admit it to be a hoax and her revenge against whitey.

  2. Morris,
    You spew your hatred of this woman (and women and rape victims everywhere) on every blog you can.
    You’re a pig of the first water.
    Must be a rapist yourself.

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