Last month Dominique Strauss-Kahn claimed he shouldn't have to face Nafissatou Diallo's civil suit because as head of the International Monetary Fund he had diplomatic immunity. Now her lawyers have filed papers pointing out that he resigned his position while under arrest, and both the IMF and the State Department say he wasn't covered for sexual harassment at the time. They write:
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