Judge orders release of video of Pelosi’s attack

Although already played in open court, the videos of the assault on Nancy Pelosi’s husband, Paul Pelosi, were withheld by police when the media sought copies. A judge yesterday ordered the public records released without question.

San Francisco Superior Court Judge Stephen M. Murphy ruled there was no reason to keep the footage secret, especially since prosecutors played it in open court during a preliminary hearing last month, Thomas R. According to Burke, a San Francisco-based lawyer who represented. The Associated Press and a host of other news organizations attempted to access their evidence. The San Francisco District Attorney’s Office turned over the evidence to Murphy on Wednesday after a court hearing. Murphy asked the court clerk’s office to distribute it to the media, which could happen as soon as Thursday. Paul Pelosi, Nancy Pelosi’s husband, was sleeping in the couple’s San Francisco home on October 28 when someone broke in and beat him with a hammer. Prosecutors charged 42-year-old David DePape with assault.

Obviously it must be released and never restrained. That said, the game is being manipulated to support conspiracy theories or played on loop in sports bars to entertain patrons. All great things.