Strauss-Kahn follows through with not-guilty plea


Dominique Strauss-Kahn, the former managing director of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) has pleaded not guilty to charges of sexual assault.

Entering the Manhattan court with his wife, Strauss-Kahn was reportedly heckled by onlookers. Once inside, he entered a not guilty plea to all seven charges against him, which include attempted rape, unlawful imprisonment and forcible touching.

Strauss-Kahn proclaimed his innocence in his letter of resignation from the IMF on May 18. The plea means

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