Strauss-Kahn released from house arrestBy Basil Katz and Mark Egan
Jul. 01, 2011
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Sorry, I don't believe it. The media told me he is guilty and anyone who questions it is a conspiracy theorist, I accept their word as gospel. - ChrisNEW YORK (Reuters) - Former IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn was released from house arrest on Friday after prosecutors said the hotel maid who accuses him of attempted rape lied to a grand jury and made other false statements.