The U.S. Capitol Police have live video surveillance from all over the Pelosi’s San Francisco home but apparently they were not watching it during the alleged attack. Capitol officers were reportedly watching video footage from the Capitol complex in D.C. and did notice anything at the Pelosi residence until the police lights appeared. Sources say the officers then went back to review what had happened and saw the attack where Paul Pelosi was struck.

Sources say that officers pay less attention to residential surveillance video when an official is away, which was the case with Nancy Pelosi. San Francisco District Attorney Brooke Jenkins was asked whether there was any security system installed at the Pelosi’s and she responded, “there was no security present.”

DePape pleaded not guilty to charges of attempted murder, residential burglary, assault with a deadly weapon, elder abuse, false imprisonment of an elder and threats to a public official and her family.

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