Several media outlets have launched a joint legal action to uncover the truth behind the alleged “attack” against Paul Pelosi in the Pelosis’ San Francisco home.
Shortly before the midterms, Democrats and their allies in the corporate media and justice system claimed that a “right-wing” attacker broke into the residence and attacked Paul Pelosi with a hammer in late October.
Police arrested local nudist David DePape for allegedly breaking into the home in the middle of the night while Nancy Pelosi was out of town.
Democrats and the media tried to drag out the incident until Election Day by claiming that the attacker was inspired by Jan. 6.
After the election was over, Pelosi and the Democrats wanted to forget about the incident, however.
But the mysterious circumstances and inconsistencies in the story mean that not everyone is ready to just forget about the story and move on.
A coalition of news organizations is now seeking evidence surrounding the alleged home invasion.
Last week, the media outlets filed a court motion seeking the release of evidence introduced in DePape’s preliminary hearing.
This comes as other stories across the country, such as Biden’s classified documents scandal, have been stealing some of the limelight of the Pelosis’ bizarre episode.
DePape, a Canadian illegal immigrant, faces a list of charges including attempted murder stemming from an incident.
Police say he allegedly broke into the Pelosis’ San Francisco home and bludgeoned Paul with a hammer.
DePape allegedly sought to target the then-Speaker, as well as execute a series of attacks on other political figures, prosecutors claim.
Court filings from prosecutors obtained by The New York Times outline key details of the state’s case against DePape.
They reference the video and audio footage that the news organizations seek.
This evidence was introduced at a December preliminary hearing.
It includes body camera footage from police officers who responded at the scene of the Pelosi residence, footage from Capitol Police surveillance cameras at the home, and video of a post-arrest interview with DePape, according to The Associated Press.
However, these recordings haven’t made it to the public domain.
Attorneys for the coalition argued that “the public and press have standing to assert their rights of access to court records and proceedings,” according to the AP.
The coalition of outlets is extensive, featuring local San Francisco news outlets and national media organizations.
The New York Times, the San Francisco Chronicle, the Los Angeles Times, The Press Democrat, CNN, Fox News, The Washington Post, NBC, ABC, CBS, and radio station KQED are all requesting that the evidence be made public.
However, it is unclear if the court intends to oblige them.
San Francisco’s far-left district attorney’s office hasn’t released the evidence since the media requested them last week.
It’s possible the recordings could enter the public domain if DePape’s case goes to trial.
The video could potentially shine new light on the alleged attack on Pelosi.
DePape is being jailed without bond.
His next court appearance is scheduled for February 23, according to the AP.
He’s pleaded not guilty to the six state charges he’s facing, as well as two federal charges.