Nancy Pelosi refuses to watch video of Paul’s attack

Nancy Pelosi said on Friday she refused to watch newly released footage of her husband Paul’s brutal hammer attack or listen to his frantic 911 call – as she revealed his recovery from a fractured skull was “moving forward”.

The former House Speaker said she would not listen to the evidence in the case against his accused attacker, David DePape — including police camera video and a recording of his plea for help — released earlier Friday.

“As you know, some information was released today. I didn’t hear the 911 call. I didn’t hear the confession. I did not see the burglary and I have absolutely no intention of seeing the fatal assault on my husband’s life,” she told reporters at the Capitol.

“I will not be making any further statements on this case going forward, other than to thank people again and update them on its progress.”

Pelosi, 82, began her briefing with an update on the health of her husband Paul, also 82.

Nancy Pelosi said Friday her husband’s recovery from a fractured skull is progressing.
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“He’s making progress, but it’s going to take longer,” she said, adding that his recovery is “moving forward.”

The California Congressman added, “With a grateful heart and on behalf of my entire family, we continue to thank people for all of their prayers that they continue to send us to ask about my husband’s progress.”

David Depepe
David DePepe is accused of trying to assassinate Paul Pelosi with a hammer.

Footage of the burglary at Pelosi's
Footage of the break-in at the Pelosi residence was released on Friday.
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Her comments came as San Francisco prosecutors released footage of the burglary and an interview with alleged attacker DePape on Friday.

Paul Pelosi was struck multiple times in the head with a hammer during the bizarre October 28, 2022 incident, rendering him unconscious with a fractured skull.

DePape, 42, has been charged with attempted murder and has pleaded not guilty. Nancy Pelosi refuses to watch video of Paul’s attack


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