No one is in "la la land" but you two (?), attempting to turn something fairly straight forward to your own purposes .
You are right. Hawkeye and BillRM are pushing their usual agenda--which actually has very little to do with this case. They aren't considering this case with any objectivity at all.
A woman apparently gave police a credible account of a physical and sexual assault which led them to make an arrest. That the man involved was prominent makes for sensationalism, and widespread media coverage, but it does not change police procedures in NYC--putting the man in a lineup for identification, taking his mug shot, taking his fingerprints, collecting forensic evidence from under his fingernails, taking DNA samples, having him appear before a judge, setting bail, taking his passport to prevent his leaving the country, etc.--and nothing about those procedures is going to change because of this man's status. He really is just another person accused of crimes. Except this person will have a very expensive team of lawyers to argue his case for him. But the criminal justice system is not going to make allowances for him because of his status, and it would be outrageous if they did make such allowances.
Nor is there any reason to believe, based on what we do know, that his accuser is lying or falsifying her allegations against him.
Hawkeye and BillRM seem to believe that social status somehow makes one human life more important or more valuable than another. It's almost as if they are saying that, even if this man committed the crimes he is accused of, his life is more important than hers, so an exception should be made in his case. We shouldn't even wait for the criminal justice system to run it's course. She'll get over it, but the world needs him now, so just hurry this up and let him go.
I've found their thinking repugnant before, but I think they're hitting new lows.
I have faith in the justice system. This case will be fairly investigated, and Strauss-Kahn's prominence will not affect that. He will be treated like everyone else, by the police and D.A., just as he should be. And his accuser will hopefully be treated with the respect she deserves.
The law will run its course, regardless of who this man is.