Tuesday, May 17, 2011

Brother of the Victim of the Alleged DSK Sexual Attack Talks

The alleged rape victim of Dominique Strauss-Kahn, a 32-year old, originally from Guinea, phoned her older brother an hour after the alleged assault took place.

UK's Daily Mail spoke to the brother:
...the brother said: 'No family should have to go through this.

'She is a hard working woman who is just a victim. She is a wonderful west African immigrant who just wants to work hard.

'I love her, she is my little sister and she is doing better now she has had a chance to talk to a lawyer. She is somewhere very, very safe and will stay that way'.

The brother, 43, a restaurant manager from Harlem in New York, said his sister, 32, called him on Saturday in the afternoon, a mere hour or so after she claimed the attack took place.

He recalled: 'She rang me and she said: "Somebody has done something really bad to me. I've been attacked".

'She was crying all the time'.

The brother, who cannot be named for legal reasons, said that he wanted to see Strauss-Kahn face a trial if he pleaded not guilty.

'I trust the American justice system and will let it do what it has to do,' he said.

'I want him to see justice. Justice will be served'.

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