DSK 'fiasco' for French Justice

France's press believes the acquittal of former IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn of procuring prostitutes for sex parties is a stinging defeat for investigators, while still leaving the onetime presidential hopeful's image irreparably damaged.
Some believe that while Mr Strauss-Kahn's conduct may have been distasteful, the investigation's case was simply "poorly put together", as Bruno Becard puts it in La Nouvelle Republique du Centre Ouest.
Most commentators agree that Mr Strauss-Kahn is unlikely to relaunch his political career.