I have spent the last 10 months investigating the incident of May 14th 2011 involving Dominique Strauss-Kahn, which has resulted in my e-book Three Days In May: Sex, Surveillance, and DSK (Melville House, $5.04).
I have had success in obtaining CCTV surveillance tapes from around the hotel, the key swipe records for both the Presidential suite (2806) in which the incident took place and the room across the hall (2820), cell-phone records, and police reports.
But despite all my digging, I have been unable to answer 10 key questions about the downfall of DSK -- nor was DSK able to shed light on them during my interview with him this April.
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