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French head of IMF may have been set up?

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posted on May, 18 2011 @ 01:08 PM
reply to post by Aggie Man

Even those who exercise care can be framed by allegations of an event to which there are no witnesses. On May 16 the British Daily Mail reported that prior to Strauss-Kahn’s fateful departure for New York, the French newspaper, Liberation, published comments he made while discussing his plans to challenge Sarkozy for the presidency of France. Strauss-Kahn said that as he was the clear favorite to beat Sarkozy, he would be subjected to a smear campaign by Sarkozy and his interior minister, Glaude Gueant. Strauss-Kahn predicted that a woman would be offered between 500,000 and 1,000,000 euros (more than $1,000,000) to make up a story that he raped her.

posted on May, 18 2011 @ 03:16 PM
reply to post by inforeal

Here is how the set up worked.
A call for cleanup was put in knowing he was still there.
Or else he called for maid service before he left, but why.
See what I mean.

posted on May, 22 2011 @ 03:44 PM
A week later, we are still waiting for DNA evidence, which they should have by now. Now the police are searching the room for any possible additional DNA evidence, which means they didn't get any from the maid.

Here is an interesting story that points out some important facts that didn't get put out in mainstream reports.

Sources say that neither Strauss-Kahn nor the 32-year-old victim had scratches or bruises. DNA samples have been sent to the lab and results could take three to seven days to come back.

Investigators say there are no video cameras on the floor where Strauss-Kahn's $3,000-a-night suite was located, but that the woman appeared disheveled and upset when she told co-workers about the encounter.

Contrary to earlier reports, sources say Strauss-Kahn did not leave his cell phone at the hotel. The banking big-wig carries two and had misplaced one when he went to the airport.

He did call the hotel to see if he left it there, which tipped cops off to the fact that he was about to board a flight. Investigators are seeking warrants for his phone records, sources said.

If we has trying to flee the country, why would he call the hotel looking for a missing cell phone, giving the information where he could be found. Doesn't sound at all like a guilty man fleeing the country.

If this woman was so upset, why weren't there any signs of scratches or bruises. Didn't she claim he dragged her down the hall? I find it hard to believe that the 62 year old aristocrat was so physically dominating and intimidating, that she couldn't fight back. Maybe she is a tiny thing, but wouldn't he be afraid of getting bit? The story makes no sense.

posted on May, 25 2011 @ 03:14 PM
Thanks for the up date.
Bad phone call guess he thought it was all in a days sex.

Will he give his DNA.
They were looking for dried spit but can't say any was found.

posted on May, 25 2011 @ 03:50 PM
reply to post by TeslaandLyne

I read another article, that I didn't post, which states that his DNA was found on her shirt, which isn't identified as semen, so it probably isn't semen. That could have came from any source, and is probably common on the uniforms of maids.

Also, he stopped for something along the way to the airport, where he called the hotel about possible missing cell phone, giving them his flight information so they could contact him if the phone was found. This is completely different from the original story.

Essentially, they have no physical evidence, no action on the part of Strauss-Kahn that indicates any guilt. In fact the phone call makes it clear that he wasn't trying to flee anything. At this point, it would be a major injustice to convict him of anything, based solely on the story of the maid. She probably has a bank account somewhere with a whole lot of money in it. But will she live through the year?

posted on May, 25 2011 @ 03:54 PM
Who is now up for the position to head the IMF? Christine Lagarde, who has ties to Sarkozy.

Lagarde is also facing a possible legal investigation into the payment of €285m of taxpayers' money to controversial businessman Bernard Tapie, a supporter of Sarkozy, to settle a long-running legal dispute.

posted on May, 26 2011 @ 04:23 PM
reply to post by poet1b

Yeah those are good points.
You have a maid shakedown effort but that won't come out too easy to prove.

I don't see any Illuminati effort unless the maid has backing.
It would be too coincidental for those wanting DSK out of the way to send up
a maid and then tell her to fake it.

posted on May, 29 2011 @ 10:28 PM
DSK was moving forward with the IMF's plan to replace the US dollar as a major world trading currency (called SDR'sSpecial Drawing Rights).

One can speculate for a long time on whether he was 'set up' to some degree, and we may never know. But what we DO know was the US was not happy about DSK's plan to phase out the US dollar as a world currency. We will see what the IMF does about "SDR's" once they get a new managing director.

But I think it is a safe bet that whoever gets elected as a replacement will be far more friendy to the US dollar.

There is an enormous amount of information about it in these threads if you dig a bit.


Why Strauss-Kahn, Head of the IMF, had to be eliminated. He had even predicted he would be 'set-up,


The tweet that broke the DSK story - How did Raphael Pinet know so soon?


IMF Leader Arrested After Alleged Sex Attack


IMF Says New Reserve Currency to Replace Dollar Is Possible

edit on 29-5-2011 by incrediblelousminds because: (no reason given)

posted on May, 30 2011 @ 02:19 PM
reply to post by TeslaandLyne

Good point, maybe she isn't simply a maid. Although it seems pretty far fetched that they could plant people so far in advance, but maybe certain arrangements make such efforts easier to do. If hotels are established to house certain people in positions of power, which seems likely, then planting a maid might make perfect sense.

Apparently, this is being investigated. Good insight on your part.

In New York, they have hired Guidepost Solutions, a full-service investigations and security consulting firm. Sources close to the case said the team is digging into the background of the hotel maid. Strauss-Kahn's investigators are expected to examine the maid's immigration history. On Sunday Reuters reported that in a letter to prosecutors last week defense lawyers claimed to have information that could "gravely undermine" her credibility.


The woman, whose name has been reported in the French news media, emigrated from Guinea with her daughter, leaving that country under what Mr. Shapiro said he understood were “difficult circumstances.” The lawyer said she sought and was granted asylum in the United States, although he said he was unsure of her immigration status.

The woman, who speaks French and some English, is a widow, though the lawyer said he was unaware of the timing or the circumstances of her husband’s death.

Very interesting, it appears she has connections of some sort.

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