Paul Pelosi, husband of former Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi, was violently attacked in October with a hammer at the couple's home by a male assailant. On Wednesday, San Francisco Superior Court Judge Stephen M. Murphy ruled that video and audio footage of the attack will be released to the public on Friday morning.
The footage of the attack is being made public after prosecutors requested to keep it private. Judge Murphy denied this request and ordered that the footage be released to the public. The release of this footage has left many Democrats fearing what could come out in the video.
The release of this video will bring more clarity to what happened during this so-called attack on Paul Pelosi. It is unknown how much information will be revealed in the video, but it could potentially shed light on other details related to this case such as motive or any other evidence that may have been overlooked until now.
It is expected that the video will be released Friday morning, but no exact time has been given yet. Not only that, but it remains to be seen what kind of impact this video will have on the case, but one thing is certain: it will provide an important piece of evidence for prosecutors as they continue their investigation into this incident.