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The DSK Lesson

Bret Stephens has this confessional article in the WSJ on how and why many people, including himself, overlooked red flags in the DSK affair.

In other stories on the case, the accuser is suing the New York Post for defamation, Colleen Long reports for AP.  Meanwhile, back in Paris, Pierre-Antoine Souchard and Greg Keller report for AP, "A young author filed a sex assault complaint against former International Monetary Fund chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn on Tuesday, opening a new and potentially ugly episode in the legal woes of a man once seen as a top contender for the presidency of France."

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