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Body Cam of Paul Pelosi Gay Hammering Revealed, ‘Sex Slave’ Speculation Raised

'For all that we know he was some sort of sex slave... '

(Mark Pellin, Headline USA) During a preliminary hearing Wednesday for alleged Paul Pelosi attacker David DePape, prosecutors rolled out body camera footage of the hammer attack that unfolded during a reported Oct. 28 break-in at the posh Pacific Heights mansion that Paul shares with his wife, U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.

Reporters covering the hearing were able to hear the audio from the body cam footage, but couldn’t actually see the 15-second video clip because the TV monitor was facing a police officer on the witness stand, according to NBC News’s Twitter thread.

The body cam footage, along with a recording of the 911 call that was also played during the hearing, painted a chaotic and bloody scene that continued to reveal inconsistencies and raise more questions. The video covered the brief moment when police arrived at the mansion and saw DePape and Paul Pelosi struggling over a hammer.

The audio that accompanied the body cam footage, as reported by Bay Area KRON 4, was a clipped dialogue that quickly devolved into a struggle:

Officer: Good morning, what’s going on man?

DePape: Everything’s good.

Officer: Drop the hammer!

DePape: Uh nope.

(Sounds of a struggle are heard as DePape struck Paul Pelosi with the hammer).

Officer: Oh s**!

(The situation turned from calm to chaotic in 2 seconds. One officer charged at DePape and tackled him to the ground. Paul Pelosi was unconscious, facedown on the ground, and in a pool of blood.)

Officer: Backup code 3! Give me your f**king hands! Give me your f**king hands!

(Officer had DePape on the ground and was wrestling him into handcuffs).

End of body camera video.

The 911 call played in court was equally clipped and riddled with ambiguities.

Testimony from the San Francisco police investigator who interviewed Pelosi for about an hour at the hospital offered more strangeness and horror.

When the prosecutor asked the investigator if Pelosi felt like he was free to leave the house, the response was, “He said hell no,” NBC reported.

(Prosecutor) Did he ever threaten Mr. Pelosi?

(SFPD investigator) Yes. He kept telling Mr. Pelosi that he could take him out.

DePape’s interview with police revealed a crazed individual who had delusions of persecution, a lust for violence and a warped political perspective that never quite fit the mainstream media’s preferred narrative of a raving MAGA terrorist.

That slant was further skewed by DePape’s son, Nebosvod ‘Sky’ Gonzalez, who told the Daily Mail that his father was “hardly a right-wing conservative, as he has been branded,” and slapped down the notion that the attack was politically motivated.

“I don’t even know if he even attacked Mr. Pelosi. For all that we know he was some sort of sex slave, as Elon Musk pointed out,” Gonzalez said.

“I’m surprised about the whole thing. There is still a lot of info that hasn’t been given to the public. I have no clue what happened or how it happened. There are more questions than answers right now. Do we even know what really happened?”

When asked how he gained entry into the Pelosi mansion, DePape told police, “It was not easy.”

“There are cameras everywhere,” he said, according to KRON 4’s transcription of court testimony:

“A thousand cameras. I broke through (the glass door with a hammer) and I tried to turn the handle, and of course it’s locked. I body slammed through it. I didn’t feel any pain. I was surprised. All that noise, he did not hear it. He was asleep.

“I told him I’m looking for Nancy Pelosi. He was like, how can we resolve this? I was like, I don’t know. That’s when he started to do things.”

(Paul Pelosi tried to escape in the elevator but was blocked by DePape).

DePape: I told him, I have other targets. I can’t be stopped right now. If I have to go through him, I will.

(Paul Pelosi tried to reassure DePape that the police were not coming).

DePape: I told him I’m not f**king stupid. And you’re not f**king stupid either. There’s no way they got that phone call and are not coming here. I see flashing lights of a police car. The door is open the cops are standing there. (Paul Pelosi) thinks that I’ll just surrender. I told him that I will go through him. I’m there to fight. I threatened him a couple times.

“I told him I’m here to fight. If you stop me, you will take the punishment instead. I yanked it away from him, I swung at him. I jump into action. They jump into action. They are on top of me instantly.”

After Wednesday’s hearing, Superior Court Judge Stephen Murphy ruled there was sufficient evidence for the prosecution to move forward on all state charges, including attempted murder.

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