It’s been a few months, but the odd case of Paul Pelosi’s attack continues to move through the courts. Many Americans had lingering questions about this crime. Police appeared unwilling to divulge many details. And reports from the media seemed to contradict each other. That gave rise to theories about the attacker and his relationship with former Speaker Pelosi’s husband.
But now, the case has just taken a sharp turn. Some questions might be answered very soon. And they might not go in old Nance’s favor. We just might find out what happened on that day. Because the judge just gave an order that could blow this whole case wide open.
From Fox News:
A judge in California has ordered the release of video of the attack on Paul Pelosi – the husband of former U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi – inside their San Francisco home.
San Francisco Superior Court Judge Stephen Murphy denied a request by prosecutors Wednesday and declared that there is no reason to keep the footage secret after it was aired by the prosecution during a preliminary hearing last month.
How interesting. For some reason, prosecutors wanted to keep the footage under wraps. They did not want the public to see the footage, without explaining why. But the judge thought differently and ruled that it can be released to the media.
It’s unclear, right now, if all the footage will be released. Some parts might be omitted. Or we might not learn much from what is revealed. Some people have criticized the narrative put out by the police. The timeline of events has been called into question, as well as the “break in” part of the narrative.
Some have speculated that the alleged attacker didn’t force his way into the home. Others seem to suggest Pelosi welcomed him into the house. What were the circumstances of this event? Why did this alleged attacker, who is known as a radical leftist, feel driven to go to Pelosi’s home? How did he even know where the Pelosis lived in the first place?
Maybe we’ll get some answers from this footage. But don’t be fooled. The Pelosis will work very hard to eliminate any evidence that paints them in a negative light. Their lawyers just might get to this footage before we do.
- A judge ruled for footage of the attack on Paul Pelosi to be released.
- San Francisco prosecutors fought to keep the footage out of the media’s hands.
- Many people have speculated about the official narrative of the attack.
Source: Fox News