Dominique Strauss-Kahn could walk from charges that he raped a hotel maid.  NYTimes reports that US prosecutors are meeting with Strauss-Kahn's lawyers to discuss the possibility of dropping the felony charges against the former IMF director.

What's indisputable is that Strauss-Kahn had sexual contact with the accuser, a hotel maid, on May 14.  However, there is now serious doubt over the credibility of the accuser and thus her accusation that the sexual contact was non-consensual.

Below is a list of the findings sources revealed to NYTimes that undermine her credibility:

- She has repeatedly lied to authorities since the May 14 incident.

- There are issues involving her asylum application to the US.  Two issues are that she told authorities that her application involved a previous case of rape and that she suffered from genital mutilation.  However, her actual asylum application showed no evidence of either claims.

- She's possibly linked to criminal activities like drug dealing and money laundering

- She made a phone call to an incarcerated man days after her encounter with Strauss-Kahn and discussed the possible benefits of pursuing charges against Strauss-Kahn.  The call was recorded by authorities.

- The incarcerated man and several other people deposited over $100,000 to the woman's bank account over the last two years. 

- She paid hundreds of dollars in phone bills each month to five phone companies, even though she insisted she had only one phone.