Former Speaker of the House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi has been served with a subpoena, announced live on the House floor on Wednesday evening, and is believed to be related to the attack on her husband.
Pelosi, 83, announced through the House Clerk that she “must produce documents in a criminal case in California,” standard procedure for members of Congress.
Tylease Alli, the Reading Secretary, oversees legislative changes on the ground and was appointed by the Democrats.
“This is to formally notify you, pursuant to Rule 8 of the Rules of the House of Representatives, that I, the Honorable Nancy Pelosi, Speaker Emeritus and U.S. Representative for the 11th Congressional District of California, have been served with third-party subpoenas “The prosecution and the defendant must in to provide documents in a criminal proceeding in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California,” the statement said.
“After consultation with the Office of the General Counsel, I have concluded that compliance with the subpoenas is consistent with the privileges and law of the House of Representatives to the extent that it requires the production of non-privileged information.” “The responses to the subpoenas will be identical be,” it continued.
Former Speaker of the House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi has been served with a subpoena, announced live on the House floor on Wednesday evening, and is believed to be related to the attack on her husband
Pelosi made no official comment on the subpoena itself Fox News.
A source said the subpoena was related to burglar Paul DePape’s violent attack on her husband, Paul Pelosi, last year.
DePape is a former nudist from British Columbia who struggles with drugs and posts crazy COVID conspiracy theories, anti-Semitic slurs, racist slurs and unhinged quips about religion online.
According to police, they were at the property in the exclusive Pacific Heights neighborhood when they saw the suspect struggling with Pelosi, taking the gavel and then hitting him with it, causing serious head, arm and hand injuries.
When they arrested Depape, they found a manifesto containing anti-government COVID beliefs and a list of other politicians he wanted to target. KTVU reported.
Pelosi underwent surgery to repair a fractured skull after the attack but is expected to make a full recovery while DePape is in custody and is expected to be charged with multiple crimes, including attempted murder.
President Joe Biden called the attack “horrific” and Republicans and Democrats condemned the violence as the speaker of the House of Representatives rushed from D.C. to San Francisco to be at her husband’s side.
DePape grew up north of the border but moved from British Columbia to California 20 years ago. He was pursuing a love interest, his stepfather said CNNand family members have insisted he was a “good boy.”
Pelosi, 83, announced through the House Clerk that she “must produce documents in a criminal case in California,” standard procedure for members of Congress
A source said the subpoena was related to burglar Paul DePape’s violent attack on her husband, Paul Pelosi, last year
Tylease Alli, the Reading Secretary, oversees legislative changes on the ground and was appointed by the Democrats
DePape (right) is seen attending a nude wedding on the steps of City Hall in December 2013
DePape frequently published conspiratorial blog posts on his various websites
He ended up in the Berkeley area, an ultra-liberal enclave of the city, where he lived in a three-bedroom Victorian apartment with famous nudist activist Gypsy Taub and a group that believed 9/11 was an “inside job.” been.
A November 2008 Oakland Tribune article reported that he had “three young children” with Russian-born Taub. In the article about community meals, she was quoted as saying, “In Russia, where I come from, people share more, and I want my children to grow up with the knowledge of sharing.”
Taub and her fiancé Jaymz Smith chose DePape as their best man for their nudist wedding in 2013, but he remained dressed and took photos during the ceremony, prompting a large police presence.
An acquaintance of his told CNN that DePape struggled with hard drugs about eight years ago but was “trying to build a new life.” She said she cut off contact with DePape after receiving “disturbing” emails in which he sounded “dangerous” and “realistic.”
His social media revealed that he had posted conspiracy theories about the origins of the Covid epidemic, about the validity of the 2020 election and about the January 6 insurrection on Capitol Hill.
In June 2007, he began posting ramblings about religion on a blog called “God Is Loving.” He didn’t post anything for 15 years – and on August 24th of this year he suddenly started posting racist, sexist, anti-Semitic and crazy posts about the Q-Anon conspiracy theory again.
DePape is pictured with bride Gypsy Taub at her wedding to Jaymz Smith in December 2013
Aerial footage showed broken windows and shattered glass at the back door of Pelosi’s home
The Pelosis own a four-bedroom home in San Francisco, right in the middle of their congressional district, that was purchased in 2007 for $2.2 million but is now estimated to be worth at least $6 million
He posted obscene versions of Disney songs on YouTube, including one titled, “Do you want to fuck a snowman?” He posted a screed containing the N-word and a post titled, “This is what a stupid bitch looks like.” Others were titled: “Noah Survived the Collapse of Atlantis,” “Pedophilia Normalization,” “Facts are Racist,” “Communist Voodoo Science,” “I Am Not a Sexist,” and “Feminist Gets Owned.”
On a separate blog he set up called Frenly Frens, he wrote unhinged entries about how “Jews hate whites” and several posts about Donald Trump, including one that said, “Trump, you MUST MAKE Tulsi yours in 2024.” Make vice president.”
He defended former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin, who was convicted of killing George Floyd.
DePape called Chauvin’s trial “a modern-day lynching” and falsely suggested that Floyd died of a drug overdose.
He also published long screeds about religion, including the claim that “Jesus is the Antichrist.” As DePaper broke into the Pelosi home, he shouted, ‘Where is Nancy?’ Where is Nancy?’