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Strauss-Kahn / Hotel Assault Case #996819

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Jul 02, 2011
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(Studio: David Muir) Report introduced.

(New York: Rob Nelson) The developments in the case of ex-IMF head Dominique Strauss-Kahn, who has been nearly vindicated due to damning evidence again the hotel maid who charged sexual assault, examined; details given about a phone call she made to her boyfriend, questions about her finances and about her lies. [Strauss-Kahn attorney Benjamin BRAFMAN†- comments on the case.] [ABC News legal analyst Dan ABRAMS†- says you cannot lie to the D.A.] [Attorney for accuser Kenneth THOMPSON†- says there is evidence against him.]

(Studio: David Muir) Report introduced.

(London: Lama Hasan) The question of whether Strauss-Kahn can come home to France and run for president in 2012 examined; details given about his reputation as a ladies man in France. [Former French minister Jack LANG†- says he would be a good candidate and the people will have greater admiration for him.]

Muir, David;
Nelson, Rob;
Hasan, Lama

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