The man who allegedly clubbed U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s husband in the head with hammer, shouting “Where is Nancy?” after forcing his way into the couple’s San Francisco home, will face charges of attempted murder and other felonies, authorities say.
Police have not offered a motive for Friday’s assault on Paul Pelosi, 82, who according to his wife’s office underwent surgery for a skull fracture and injuries to his hands and right arm, though doctors expect a full recovery. There were no updates on his condition over the weekend.
An intruder smashed their way through a rear door and shouted, “Where
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