Have the French been too complacent with DSK? The boss of the IMF has long been known as a compulsive womaniser, behaviour some say sometimes bordered on harassment. This was known to French politicians - allies and enemies alike - it was known to French journalists, and to a lesser extent it was known to the French public. Yet it never hindered Strauss-Kahn's career...
- Anne-Elisabeth MOUTET, The Sunday Telegraph.
- Christian MAKARIAN, Managing Editor, L'Express.
- Christopher DICKEY, Newsweek Magazine's Paris Bureau Chief.
- Eric LISANN, American attorney, former US federal prosecutor and state prosecutor (district attorney).
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