Americans may soon have a better idea of what happened the night Paul Pelosi was attacked.
According to a report from The Daily Wire, a San Francisco judge has ordered that the police body cam footage from the Paul Pelosi attack be released.
From The Daily Wire:
The order comes after a coalition of news outlets filed a motion to release the footage on January 11. The coalition included such outlets as The New York Times, The Washington Post, and Fox News.
“[T]he public and press have standing to assert their rights of access to court records and proceedings,” the coalition argued in its court filing.
The body camera footage was reportedly played in court in December and showed an assailant striking Pelosi with a hammer.
Pelosi, husband to former House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA), was attacked on October 28 by a nudist activist who broke into the Pelosi residence seeking to kidnap the then-House speaker, prosecutors said in a pretrial hearing. The activist, who prosecutors identified as 42-year-old David DePape, attacked Paul Pelosi after not being able to locate his wife.
DePape has pleaded not guilty on all charges, which include both state and federal charges. He is expected to appear in state court on February 23 to set a date for his trial. He is being held in jail without bail.
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