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Over at Opinio Juris, Margaret (Peggy) McGuinness provides a brief analysis of the Bronx Supreme Court opinion finding that Dominique Strauss-Kahn was not protected by diplomatic immunity.
Posted on May 3, 2012 at 9:10 pm in Around the Blogs | RSS feed
Hi Ms McGuinness,
Of course he wasn’t. So glad he got caught at last. Just in the nick of time before flying off to France !
I was flabbergasted at the idea that he could have been the next President, since most of the French medias are socialist-oriented (if not communist-oriented i.e. l’humanite) and actively supported his candidacy. They repeatedly concealed numerous sex-scandals in France and kept quiet on the fact that he is one of the main “architect” of the ruinous 35 hours/week work policy destroying this European country.
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