CHICAGO (MarketWatch) -- Dominique Strauss-Kahn, the head of the International Monetary Fund, was reportedly in custody late Saturday in connection with an alleged sexual assault at the Sofitel hotel in Manhattan. A cleaning woman at the hotel was reported to have said Stauss-Kahn forced her onto a bed and sexually assaulted her before allowing her to leave the guestroom and departing the hotel for his Paris-bound flight. Strauss-Kahn, a French national, was removed from a plane at New York's JFK Airport by Port Authority police, according to the Wall Street Journal report, and was described as cooperative.
Often men in power (unfortunately men in general) will prey on those that are weaker than them.
We will begin to hear more of this as the economy collapses.
It is not that they think they are better than others that they can get away with it.
It is that they fear losing power and this helps them regain it for a short time.
It is said that rape is not about sex. I have to agree with that.The powerful want control of the weak.