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Paul Pelosi’s attacker sentenced to 30 years in prison

Paul Pelosi's attacker sentenced to 30 years in prison

The man who struck former House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s (Paul Pelosi’s) husband attacker got a 30-year prison husband with a hammer at their San Francisco home and was sentenced to 30 years in federal court on Friday.

The guy who was seen hitting former House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s husband with a hammer in their San Francisco home was sentenced to 30 years in federal prison on Friday.

On October 28, 2022, David DePape broke into Paul Pelosi’s home and assaulted her with a hammer. Pelosi suffered a severe injury at the event, fracturing her skull amongst other injuries.

Prosecutors allege DePape told police he intended to kidnap the then-speaker and “break her kneecaps” while on the run, even though Nancy Pelosi was not home at the time.

On federal accusations of kidnapping a federal officer or employee and assaulting a member of the official’s immediate family, DePape was found guilty in November. He entered a not-guilty plea.

DePape was given 30 years in prison for the attack and 20 years for the attempted kidnapping by Judge Jacqueline Corley on Friday. The sentences will flow one after the other. For the approximately eighteen months that he has been in custody, he would be credited.

DePape’s attorneys did not immediately reply to demands for comment. DePape is also facing state accusations. He’s pled not guilty.

According to court filings, he entered Paul Pelosi’s home by smashing a glass door with a hammer before asking where his wife was and demanded to see her. She was in Washington, DC at the time.

At 2:23 a.m., Pelosi called 911 from a bathroom, claiming there was a man in the house he did not know. When police arrived eight minutes later, they reported seeing DePape remove a hammer from Pelosi’s hand and swing it at his head.

Police discovered zip ties in the house, as well as tape and another hammer in DePape’s backpack.

According to court filings, DePape informed investigators that Nancy Pelosi was the “leader of the pack” in the Democratic Party’s lies. DePape stated that he wanted to shatter Pelosi’s kneecaps so that she could be wheeled into Congress and teach other members that their actions had consequences.

Nancy Pelosi announced her resignation from Democratic leadership in November 2022. She continues to represent her San Francisco-based district in Congress.

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