DSK appears to be on his way home.
Dominique Strauss-Kahn could have spent several years in a U.S. prison, if the sexual-assault charges against him led to a conviction. Instead, they were thrown out because of concerns about the credibility of the woman who said he attacked her.
Instead, Strauss-Kahn appears to be heading to his native France. As the CBC reports, he was seen at JFK tonight and in the Air France terminal.
The former International Monetary Fund leader and his wife were seen
arriving at the Air France terminal at John F. Kennedy International
Airport on Saturday, dogged by a crowd of cameras. They did not say
where they were going as they headed for security, but French media have
reported Strauss-Kahn was expected to board a plane to Paris on
The couple had left their rented New York City town
home earlier in the day, in the company of his daughter Camille,
carrying about a half-dozen pieces of luggage.
Strauss-Kahn, former head of the International Monetary Fund, leaves
his rented town home in Manhattan on Saturday. Strauss-Kahn was believed
to be heading to his native France on Saturday. (David Karp/Associated