Nancy Pelosi makes ‘I Have Not’ statements about husband’s cop video release
Democrat Nancy Pelosi issued a verbal statement after the Paul Pelosi body cam video was released to the public. Nancy Pelosi said: “I have not heard the 911 call. I have not heard the confession. I have not seen the break-in and I have absolutely no intention of seeing the deadly assault on my husband’s life. I won’t be making any more statements about this case.”
Prior to the video being released, the San Francisco District Attorney’s Office tried to argue that releasing the video would distort the facts of the case while lawyers for Pelosi’s attacker, nutjob David DePape, argued releasing the video could “irreparably harm” his right to a fair trial. If he is convicted, DePape could face up to 30 years in prison for the assault and 20 years for attempted kidnapping.
Paul Pelosi had “successful surgery” after being violently assaulted at his San Francisco home last Friday. The 82-year-old suffered a fractured skull and serious injuries to his right arm and hand, according to the reports. Drew Hammill, the speaker’s spokesperson, confirmed that Mr. Pelosi was admitted to Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital for surgery. The White House had a live briefing as police investigate the situation.
WATCH the Paul Pelosi body cam video here.
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