Daniel DePape, Suspect in Attack on Paul Pelosi, Was on ‘Suicide Mission’ in Hunt for Nancy, Court Docs Say

Daniel DePapeaccused man vicious attack on the husband of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi after breaking into their home in San Francisco last week, telling police he was on a “suicide mission,” according to a new court filing obtained by Related press.

The 42-year-old pleaded not guilty to all charges on his behalf in a state settlement earlier on Tuesday. DePape appeared in court with one of his arms strapped, which was dislocated during his arrest early Friday, his public defender, Adam Lipson, told the AP.

The documents — filed by prosecutors with the San Francisco County District Attorney’s Office — also detail how DePape allegedly planned to target other local and federal officials, as well as family members their family. In an effort to keep DePape in custody, prosecutors described how his alleged victim, 82-year-old Paul Pelosi, was knocked unconscious during the attack and woke up in a pool of blood. mine.

The prosecution’s bid was successful, with a judge ordering DePape’s detention without bail.

Lipson promised a “comprehensive investigation into what happened.” He told the AP he met his client for the first time Monday night and will “review” his mental state in the near future. In the meantime, he asked the public not to pass judgment on what he called “a complicated situation.”

DePape will return to court on Friday.

This is a breaking story and will be updated.


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