Update (5:19 p.m.): Finally, the court has posted the prosecution's motion to dismiss the case. Check back with The Atlantic Wire for further analysis.
Update (5:10 p.m. EDT): The court has posted Diallo's motion to replace the prosecution to its website.
Update (4:50 p.m. EDT): The Times' Twitter stream has a few more updates on the meeting today between prosecutors and Diallo and her legal team. Thompson reportedly said the meeting was abrupt, lasting no more than 30 seconds, and that prosecutors "rudely walked out of meeting with accuser w/o answering questions." One of the assistant district attorneys reportedly said, "We’re going to dismiss the case. You have lied to us repeatedly. We can’t win the case."
Update (4:40 p.m. EDT): The New York Times story on the filing has been updated to include the following passage from the DA:
“The nature and number of the complainant’s falsehoods leave us unable to credit her version of events beyond a reasonable doubt, whatever the truth may be about the encounter between the complainant and the defendant,” the papers state. “If we do not believe her beyond a reasonable doubt, we cannot ask a jury to do so.”
Update (4:22 p.m.): A New York Times Tweet about the 25-page-long motion filed by the Manhattan District Attorney's office: "DA's motion: Accuser went from credible, with 'unwavering' account, to one who 'has not been truthful on matters great and small.' "