London - Shadowy world government string-pullers behind global money scams 'may all be potential pervs'.
That's the message from Interpol as it starts reviewing appointment procedures favoring dodgy megabux fatcats for highly dubious international sinecures 'such as IBDE positions'.
"Frankly, we just don't know who'll be outed next," Supt C Louseau said today, "but the IBDE boss has never been a suspect."
Indeed! Why ever would he??
The comments come ahead of Friday's New York arraignment hearing where IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Khan will plead once again for bail.
On Sunday a NY judge turned down an offer of $1 million after reviewing farcical extradition treaty constraints between the USA and France.
Meanwhile support for Strauss-Khan's alleged victim's police testimony gathered apace today across the US - despite an outcry from French media which reckon up to 60% of French citizens believe the alleged offences are a horribly choreographed entrapment.
Carla Bruni-Sarkozy is 69.