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Ghost Dog Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Nov-27-11 04:41 AM
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56. I wonder if DSK's investigators know who was in room 2820
"... Meanwhile, the records show that at 12.26pm Diallo entered a nearby room number 2820 which she had visited several times that morning before its guest had checked out. A few minutes later, she returned to Strauss-Kahn's vacated room and soon after reported an attack to her supervisor. Sofitel has refused to name the occupant of room 2820. During her account to investigators, Diallo did not reveal that she had visited 2820, so the room was not searched by police..."
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