Bombshell Revelation: Ex-IMF-Chief, DSK’s Accuser, 32-year-old, Nafissatou Diallo, Taped Call (“Don’t Worry, I Know What I am Doing, This Guy Has A Lot Of Money”) To A Boyfriend In Immigration-Jail In Arizona, Alarmed Prosecutors–Reports
New York [RR] ARIZONA–RepublicReport New York can confirm that bombshell revelation hit accuser of ex-IMF-Chief, Dominique Strauss-Kahn, 32-year-old Nafissatou Diallo in a taped phone call detailing how she told the boyfriend in Arizona immigration jail: ”…Don’t worry this man has lots of money, I know what Iam doing’” sources revealed Friday, contradicting initial reaction of the prosecutors that claimed that Nafissatou Diallo, was clueless about who ex-IMF-Chief, Dominique Strauss Kahan, represented or was. Credible sources said finishes touches Wednesday translated in Fulani to English show curiously revealed that that Nafissatou Diallo, twenty-eight hours after she claimed she was allegedly sexually assaulted by Dominique Strauss-Kahn, spoke by phone to her boyfriend in an immigration jail in Arizona. Part of what she said: ”Don’t worry this guy has a lot of money”, reports added.
According to sources ’investigators with the Manhattan district attorney’s office learned the call had been recorded and had it translated from a “unique dialect of Fulani,” a language from the woman’s native country, Guinea, according to a well-placed law enforcement official.
[PHOTO: 32-year-old, Nafissatou Diallo's phone call and conversation questionable, DSK and family get a break and may walk, soon, RepublicReport New York is monitoring this development; true photo of Nafissatou Diallo thanks to our fans at Allain Jules]
RepublicReport gathered that ‘when the conversation was translated — a job completed only this Wednesday — investigators were alarmed: “She says words to the effect of, ‘Don’t worry, this guy has a lot of money. I know what I’m doing,’ ” the official said.
“It was another ground-shifting revelation in a continuing series of troubling statements, fabrications and associations that unraveled the case and upended prosecutors’ view of the woman. Once, in the hours after she said she was attacked on May 14, she’d been a “very pious, devout Muslim woman, shattered by this experience,” the official said — a seemingly ideal witness.
Sources said, “Little by little, her credibility as a witness crumbled — she had lied about her immigration, about being gang raped in Guinea, about her experiences in her homeland and about her finances, according to two law enforcement officials. She had been linked to people suspected of crimes. She changed her account of what she did immediately after the encounter with Mr. Strauss-Kahn. Sit-downs with prosecutors became tense, even angry. Initially composed, she later collapsed in tears and got down on the floor during questioning. She became unavailable to investigators from the district attorney’s office for days at a time.
“Now the phone call raised yet another problem: it seemed as if she hoped to profit from whatever occurred in Suite 2806.
“The story of the woman’s six-week journey from seemingly credible victim, in the eyes of prosecutors, to a deeply unreliable witness, is drawn from interviews with law enforcement officials, statements from the woman’s lawyer and a letter from prosecutors to Mr. Strauss-Kahn’s defense team released in court on Friday. Some of the events were confirmed by both law enforcement officials and the women’s lawyer; others rely solely on law enforcement officials. In the end, it was the prosecutors’ assessment of the housekeeper’s credibility that led them to downgrade their confidence in the case and agree on Friday that Mr. Strauss-Kahn could be freed from house arrest.
“In the beginning, her relationship with prosecutors was strong. Her account seemed solid. Over time, the well-placed official said, they discovered that she was capable of telling multiple, inconsistent versions of what appeared to be important episodes in her life. After the encounter with Mr. Strauss-Kahn, she asked her supervisor at Sofitel, “Can any guest at the hotel do anything they want with us?” her lawyer, Kenneth P. Thompson, said during a sidewalk press conference on Friday defending her.
“The supervisor called security, and officers, finding semen on the floor and wall, called the police, setting off the quick chain of events that led to police officers escorting Mr. Strauss-Kahn off an Air France plane set to depart Kennedy International Airport.
“Suspicions of the woman’s associations arose relatively quickly: within a week of Mr. Strauss-Kahn’s arrest, the authorities learned of a recorded conversation between the subject of a drug investigation and another man, who said his companion was the woman involved in the Strauss-Kahn matter, according to another law enforcement official.
“Prosecutors and investigators interviewed the woman at length.
“Her immigration history was a focus. At first, she told them what she told immigration officials seven years ago in her accounts of how she fled Guinea and her application for asylum on Dec. 30, 2004. She described soldiers destroying the home where she lived with her husband, and said they were both beaten because of their opposition to the regime. She said her husband died in jail.
RepublicReport reported yesterday that ex-IMF-Chief, Dominique Strauss-Kahn, 62, Billion wife, Anne Sinclair, said “No Doubt” DSK is innocent of rape; adding that DSK-lawyers will challenge his arrest that took place on May 15 by United States police at JFK while awaiting take-off to Paris from New York on charges of sexually attacking a chambermaid (32-year-old Nafissatou Diallo) at a Sofitel hotel in New York. Now defense and prosecutors have discovered that the 32-year-old Guinean illegal immigrant, Nafissatou Diallo is a “Rain Maker” whose crew are involved in illegal money making, drug-trafficking; she also made contradictory statements to US police, has little by little destroyed her credibility.
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