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Friday, July 01, 2011
Sexual Assault Case Against Dominique Strauss-Kahn “Collapsing,” as Accuser Nafissatou Diallo is Exposed as a Career Con Artist, and Alleged to be Worse Than That By Nicholas Stix
“Nafissatou Diallo” (her current identity)
White Frenchman Should Walk, as Black, Moslem, Guinean Hotel Chambermaid Nafissatou Diallo is Exposed as an Asylum, Tax, and Housing Fraud, Drug Dealer, Money Launderer, Perjurer, etc.… and Yet Another Serial Race/Rape Hoaxer! But Will She Go to Jail and be Deported?
[N.S.: The Manhattan DA’s Office sent the letter following this introduction to Dominique Strauss-Kahn’s attorneys.
The DA’s Office has released Strauss-Kahn from house arrest, as it has seen its sexual case against him, in the words of media reports, “collapsing.” Investigators unexpectedly caught Strauss-Kahn’s accuser, attractive, 32-year-old, black, Moslem, Guinean refugee Nafissatou Diallo, in a web of deception about both her past and her current allegations against Strauss-Kahn that expose Diallo as a serial fraud.
The sexual assault charges will likely be dropped imminently.
The letter below refers to “Criminal Procedure Law 240.20 as well as Brady v. Maryland, 373 U.S. 83 (1963) and its doctrinal progeny.” The information in the letter is what is referred to in the law as “Brady materials,” which are any evidence which is exculpatory for the defendant that comes into the hands of prosecutors, and which must be immediately shared with defense counsel.
There is a long, ugly history of prosecutors withholding such materials, in order to railroad the innocent. For but one infamous example, during the Duke Rape Hoax, Durham County District Attorney Michael Nifong entered into criminal conspiracies with sundry others to withhold Brady materials from the defense counsel for the three innocent white Duke students who were falsely accused by black career criminal Crystal Gail Mangum. Fortunately for the Duke students and Dominique Strauss-Kahn, they were able to afford top-notch defense counsel, or they too would have been railroaded.
We already have enough home-grown Crystal Gail Mangums; we don’t need to import more of them! And see how fast these “refugees” learn!]
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DISTRICT ATTORNEY County of New York June 30, 2011 People v. Dominique Strauss-Kahn Indictment No. 2526/2011
Dear Mssrs. (William) Taylor and (Benjamin) Brafman:
In connection with the above-captioned case, the People disclose the following information to the defense pursuant to Criminal Procedure Law 240.20 as well as Brady v. Maryland, 373 U.S. 83 (1963) and its doctrinal progeny.
In an application for Asylum and for Withholding of Removal dated December 30, 2004, the complainant provided the United States Department of Justice Immigration and Naturalization Service with factual information about herself, her background and her experiences in her home country of Guinea. This information was in the form of a written statement attached to her application, and was submitted as a basis for her request for asylum. In her application, she certified under penalty of perjury that her written statement was true.
In substance, the complainant's statement claimed that she and her husband had been persecuted and harassed by the dictatorial regime that was then in power in Guinea. Among other things, the complainant stated that the home she shared with her husband was destroyed by police and soldiers acting on behalf of the regime, and she and her husband were beaten by them. When her husband attempted to return to what was left of their home the next day, she stated that he was again beaten, arrested and imprisoned by police and soldiers. She stated that she also was beaten when she attempted to come to her husband's aid. In her statement, she attributed the beatings to the couple's opposition to the regime. She stated that during her husband's incarceration, he was tortured, deprived of medical treatment, and eventually died as a result of his maltreatment. Following his death, according to her, she began to denounce the regime and finally fled the country in fear of her life, entering the United States in January 2004 to seek refuge (she has told prosecutors that she used a fraudulent visa). She repeated these facts orally during the course of her asylum application process.
In interviews in connection with the investigation of this case, the complainant admitted that the above factual information, which she provided in connection with her asylum application, was false. She stated that she fabricated the statement with the assistance of a male who provided her with a cassette recording of the facts contained in the statement that she eventually submitted. She memorized these facts by listening to the recording repeatedly. In several interviews with prosecutors, she reiterated these falsehoods when questioned about her history and background, and stated that she did so in order to remain consistent with the statement that she had submitted as part of her application.
Additionally, in two separate interviews with assistant district attorneys assigned to the case, the complainant stated that she had been the victim of a gang rape in the past in her native country and provided details of the attack. During both of these interviews, the victim cried and appeared to be markedly distraught when recounting the incident. In subsequent interviews, she admitted that the gang rape had never occurred. Instead, she stated that she had lied about its occurrence and fabricated the details, and that this false incident was part of the narrative that she had been directed to memorize as part of her asylum application process. Presently, the complainant states that she would testify that she was raped in the past in her native country but in an incident different than the one that she described during initial interviews.
In the weeks following the incident charged in the indictment, the complainant told detectives and assistant district attorneys on numerous occasions that, after being sexually assaulted by the defendant on May 14, 2011 in Suite 2806, she fled to an area of the main hallway of the hotel's 28th floor and waited there until she observed the defendant leave Suite 2806 and the 28th floor by entering an elevator.
It was after this observation that she reported the incident to her supervisor, who arrived on the 28th floor a short time later. In the interim between the incident and her supervisor's arrival, she claimed to have remained in the same area of the main hallway on the 28th floor to which she had initially fled. The complainant testified to this version of events when questioned in the Grand Jury about her actions following the incident in Suite 2806, she proceeded to clean a nearby room and then returned to Suite 2806 and began to clean that suite before she reported the incident to her supervisor.
Additionally, the complainant has stated that for the past two tax years, she declared a friend's child in addition to her own as a dependent on her tax returns for the purpose of increasing her tax refund beyond that to which she was entitled. She also admitted to misrepresenting her income in order to maintain her present housing.
Finally, during the course of this investigation, the complainant was untruthful with assistant district attorneys about a variety of additional topics concerning her history, background, present circumstances and personal relationships. Please do not hesitate to contact us with any questions.
Joan Illuzzi-Orbon Assistant District Attorney John (Artie) McConnell Assistant District Attorney