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Paul Pelosi Describes Hammer Attack To Jurors For The First Time

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Paul Pelosi publicly described the traumatic night he was attacked by a man with a hammer at his San Francisco home for the first time.

He testified at a federal trial, recounting the intruder’s threats and his sense of shock during the incident.

The attacker allegedly expressed intentions to find Nancy Pelosi and harm her, as well as other prominent figures. (Trending: Photos Released Of Cocaine Found In White House)

“The door opened and a very large man came in with a hammer in one hand and some ties in the other,” Pelosi reportedly told the jury.

“And he said, ‘Where’s Nancy?’”, claimed Pelosi.

“It was a tremendous sense of shock to recognize that somebody had broken into the house and looking at him and looking at the hammer and the ties, I recognized that I was in serious danger, so I tried to stay as calm as possible,” he insisted.

“I’ve made the best effort I possibly can to not revisit this,” protested the 83 year old.

“I have not discussed this incident with anybody,” continued Pelosi.

He added, that it was “so traumatic for my family.”

David DePape, the accused, faces federal charges and potential life imprisonment if convicted, with a separate state trial also pending.

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