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Dominique Strauss-Kahn, the former chief of the International Monetary Fund,Nike Air Max, was released Wednesday from police custody in northern France after undergoing two days of questioning about an alleged prostitution ring. "He responded to all of the questions, there were a certain number of hearings, on all of the subjects, and he responded in a perfectly calm manner and particularly complete," said Frederique Beaulieu,Air Max 2012, one of the former IMF managing director's two attorneys. "Everything is in the hands of the judges." Beaulieu proclaimed her high-visibility client "perfectly satisfied that he has been listened to" and "in a great serenity." She added that Strauss-Kahn, 62,Nike Air Max 2012, was fatigued. "You're always tired after being in custody for two days; it's normal, of course," she said. Police in France on Tuesday began to question Strauss-Kahn as they investigated an alleged prostitution ring that may have operated out of two hotels. Strauss-Kahn had been urging authorities since September to question him over his alleged involvement in the ring, saying it would help clear his name. His attorneys released a statement in November saying Strauss-Kahn wanted to address the so-called "media lynching" that he said falsely linked him to sex parties with prostitutes in Europe and the United States. The attorneys' statement called the allegations against Strauss-Kahn "unhealthy, sensationalist and not without a political agenda." In a December interview with radio station Europe1,Air Max 2011, Strauss-Kahn attorney Henri Le Clerc acknowledged his client attended such sex parties but said Strauss-Kahn was unaware the women in attendance were prostitutes.

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