Footage of the attack on the home of former Speaker of the US House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi has surfaced online.
The footage reflected on the police body camera shows moments when the attacker hit Pelosi’s 82-year-old wife, Paul Pelosi, with a hammer.
Footage of the attack on the California home of former Speaker of the US House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi appeared on the network on October 28 last year.
In CCTV footage provided by the San Francisco Supreme Court, teams arriving at Pelosi’s home after being notified knocked on the door.
As the door opens, the police are confronted by the aggressor and Paul Pelosi, who are trying to wrest the hammer from each other’s hands. The attacker then raises the hammer and hurls it powerfully at Paul Pelosi. Two police officers then intervene, jumping on the assailant. In the continuation of the frame, Paul Pelosi is seen lying unconscious on the ground, and the police are trying to handcuff the attacker.
NANCY PELOSI DID NOT WANT TO SEE THE PHOTOS
Speaking to the press after the video and audio tape was handed over, former Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi said she “didn’t intend to watch footage of the deadly attack” that meant her husband’s life.
Paul Pelosi, 82, was seriously injured in the attack, which took place in October, and DePape, the attacker with the hammer, was detained.
DePape is on trial for crimes such as home invasion, assault and attempted murder. It is alleged that DePape could be sentenced to 20 years in prison for assaulting a US government official and up to 30 years for assaulting his wife.
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