Paul Pelosi, the 82-year old husband of Nancy Pelosi, the Speaker of the House, was reported to have sustained a skull fracture during an attack by a man with a hammer. David DePape, 42, was arrested at the scene and is being charged with attempted murder, assault with a deadly weapon, elder abuse, burglary and additional felonies rather than being released without bail. The suspect reportedly broke into the Pelosi’s home through a glass door just before 3 am on October 29. Curiously, the broken glass was strewn outward rather than inward, which suggests that the glass was broken from the inside of the house. Other curious aspects of this case include a 911 call from a “reporting person,” which some media outlets reported was Paul Pelosi, who claimed he did not know the intruder, but said that his name was David and that he was a friend. The police arrived at the scene within 3 minutes for a welfare check. DePape reportedly took a hammer from Pelosi and attacked the elderly man when police arrived and were said to have been let in by a third person. The narrative has been revised and the third person has been removed from the story. DePape was reported to be wearing only underwear when he was arrested, according to KTVU, a local Fox affiliate station that has now posted a correction and removed the information on the underwear. The Pelosis live in a prestigious gated community with plenty of security cameras, yet no security videos or police bodycam videos have been published. There were no reports of an alarm going off during the alleged break-in.Several questionable websites that were said to have belonged to DePape have been used by the leftist media to paint DePape as a far-right conspiracy theorist. The websites were removed. In contrast, the Berkeley home where DePape had lived had a rainbow flag signaling support for LGBTQ and a BLM sign that are associated with left-wing politics. DePape was characterized by neighbors and acquaintances as being mentally ill, a drug addict, and a leftist. DePape was reported to share three children with nudist activist Oxane ‘Gypsy’ Taub who is in jail for abducting a 14-year old boy. Their oldest child, Inti Gonzalez, who was reported to have different father, posted online that DePape sexually abused her and her brothers when they were young. The reports raise more questions than they answer and narratives are changing rapidly while critics suggest a cover up. Earlier this year in May, Paul Pelosi was arrested for driving drunk and crashing into another vehicle. He was reported to have an unidentified passenger in his car at the time.
The San Francisco nudist who was found by police in his underwear in Paul Pelosi’s home at 2AM while Nancy was out of town and has an LGBT flag outside his commune was described by Paul to 911 dispatch as a male “friend” whose “name is David” but whom he “doesn’t know.”
Paul Pelosi reportedly told 911 dispatch that the individual who allegedly attacked him with a hammer in his home “is a friend,” according to a police dispatch call early Friday morning.
The alleged intruder reportedly attacked Paul Pelosi with a hammer, which forced him to undergo emergency surgery for his injuries.
Officers later identified 42-year-old Berkeley resident David DePape as Pelosi’s attacker. DePape was reportedly wearing only underwear when officers arrived on the scene. He was taken into custody and will be charged with multiple felonies, including attempted murder, San Francisco district attorney Brooke Jenkins announced.
Emergency dispatch officials provided the police officers with an address on the 2600 block of Broadway street in San Francisco’s Pacific Heights neighborhood, according to a dispatch call that took place around 2:28 a.m. on Friday.
A dispatch official calls out during the call to a police car with specific instructions and an address.
“Copy,” replied the person on the other end of the call.
The dispatch official then said that Pelosi informed 911 that he did not know who the attacker was but gave his name and then explained that “he is a friend.”
“RP [Reporting Person] stated that there’s a male in the home and that he’s going to wait for his wife. RP stated that he doesn’t know who the male is but he advised that his name is David, and that he is a friend,” the dispatch official said. “RP sounded somewhat confused.
Later in the day, the FBI visited a Berkeley home linked to DePape, which neighbors call the “hippie collective,” NBC Bay Area’s Jaxon Van Derbeken reported.