The man accused of attacking House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s husband carried zip ties with him when he broke into the couple’s San Francisco home, a person briefed on the investigation told the Associated Press. CNN reported the alleged assailant also carried duct tape, quoting a law enforcement source.
The attack on Democratic leader’s 82-year-old husband, Paul Pelosi, less than two weeks before before the Nov. 8 election that will determine control of Congress was a jarring reminder of the nation’s toxic political climate.
Police said the suspect, identified as Canadian-born David DePape, confronted Paul Pelosi in the family’s Pacific Heights home early
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