Dominique Strauss-Kahn’s lawyers accused the New York Police Department Thursday of leaking details of their client’s sex assault case to the media, thereby damaging the former IMF chief’s chances of receiving a fair trial.
AP - Lawyers for former International Monetary Fund leader Dominique Strauss-Kahn charged Thursday that leaks to the media could prevent their client from getting a fair trial in his attempted rape case, and they’re blaming the New York Police Department.
And lawyers William W. Taylor and Benjamin Brafman said they themselves could release information that “would seriously undermine the quality of this prosecution and also gravely undermine the credibility of the complainant in this case,” though they didn’t elaborate.
Detectives hired by DSK's lawyers are digging up everything they can about the plaintiff
Video tour of Dominique Strauss-Kahn's new residence
Date created : 2011-05-27