NEW YORK, U.S. – “It’s the end of a terrible ordeal and unjust,” said Dominique Strauss-Kahn on Tuesday after the judge’s court in Manhattan to drop charges against him for attempted rape and sexual assault of a female employee of a hotel room in New York.
“I look forward to return to my country but I still have a few things to do before we can go,” added the former director general of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), speaking to the press outside the door the slot. He and his wife Anne Sinclair came out smiling a little earlier in the courtroom.
“I am relieved for my wife, my children, my friends, all who have supported me during this time also sending letters, emails. They need to know that their support was very important, “said DSK. “I will speak more fully when I am back in France,” he said.