The Los Angeles Times, 6 June 2011
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7 juin 2011
"Reporting from New York Dominique Strauss-Kahn
, a French politician who is charged with attempting to rape a hotel maid, formally told a judge Monday in a Manhattan court that he was innocent.
"The former head of the International Monetary Fund entered the courtroom accompanied by two guards and his wife, Anne Sinclair, an heiress and onetime French journalist. The last time Strauss-Kahn was in court, he was granted a $6-million bail-and-bond package after agreeing to remain under house arrest. He is living not far from the courthouse in a townhouse that he is reportedly renting for $50,000 a month while he faces charges. He is watched by armed guards and under electronic surveillance."