Article originally appeared on thepostmillennial.com.
On Monday, Paul Pelosi, the husband of former House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, testified in the federal trial of David DePape, the man accused of attacking him with a hammer in October 2022.
Pelosi said that he woke up on the night of the attack when “the door opened and a very large man came in with a hammer in one hand and some ties in the other hand. He said ‘where’s Nancy’ and that woke me up.”
DePape, Pelosi said, was around 2-4 feet away from him when he woke up.
He said it was a “tremendous shock to realize someone broke into the house … I recognized that I was in serious danger … I tried to stay calm as possible.”
San Francisco District Attorney Brooke Jenkins stated in 2022 that DePape allegedly broke in through a rear glass door and snuck into the Pelosis’ bedroom, where Paul was sleeping.
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