Strauss-Kahn Released From House Arrest as Case Enters Legal Limbo

After a court hearing last Friday in New York, Dominique Strauss-Kahn, former head of the International Monetary Fund, was released from house arrest. Although he still faces charges of sexual assault on a hotel maid, that such strong evidence against him appears to have been ignored in light of prejudices towards his victim is offensive to American women everywhere. Jeffrey Brown of PBS News reports on the latest developments in the high-profile case. Read Kathleen Reeves’ article on the ordeal right here on our site.