In the northeast of France, the prosecutor’s office of Lille closed the file on the case of “Group violation” in which was involved the former director of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), Dominique Strauss-Kahn (DSK).
“According to our sources, the investigation about this part of the dossier has reached a dead end and the prosecutor’s office is willing to file it,” pointed out the digital edition of the newspaper Le Figaro.
The investigation is based in the testimony of a Belgium prostitute known as Anne-Marie. The alleged event happened between the 15 and 18 of September 2010 in Washington (USA). The district attorney, Frédéric Fèvre, will be the responsible of shutting down the case in the “upcoming weeks.” AV