More Questions Than Answers on Pelosi Attacker David DePape’s Charging Documents

The criminal complaint of David DePape leaves more questions than answers.
Jim Hoft drafted the following summary of the David DePape charging document.  In the charging documents, the Justice Department, via interviews with Paul Pelosi and DePape lay out the government’s version of events (TGPsummary):

The two men did not know each other. DePape broke into the house via a rear door using a hammer and went upstairs looking for Nancy Pelosi. He found Paul Pelosi in bed and told him he was looking for Nancy. Not finding her home he told Paul he would wait for her. He let Paul go to the bathroom where Paul made a 911 call, which apparently DePape overheard. The two went downstairs where Paul opened the door when police knocked. Paul was not attacked until police arrived when he was apparently beaten unconscious by DePape with a hammer while police confronted the men. DePape had a bag with zip ties, rope, tape, gloves, another hammer and a journal.
DePape said his plan was to hold Nancy Pelosi hostage to get her to tell the truth and let her go if she did tell the truth, but if she lied he would break her kneecaps.

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The document claims DEPAPE was prepared to detain and injure Speaker Pelosi when he entered thePelosi residence in the early morning of October 28, 2022. DEPAPE had zip ties, tape, rope, andat least one hammer with him that morning.
Why do we not know how many hammers he had with him when he entered the home and why more than one hammer?
Special Agent Stephanie Minor created the report based on “my experience and training as an FBI Special Agent also forms the basis of the opinions and conclusions set forth below.”
Why would the FBI assign a low-level agent to this case?  Doesn’t this involve the US Speaker of the House?  Ms. Minor has only been a Special Agent since 2019.
Ms. Minor says: “I have participated in several investigations of individuals that committed criminal acts in furtherance of ideological goals, to include militia violent extremists.”

So is she one of the FBI Agents involved in the Jan 6 sham?
On October 28, 2022, at 2:23 a.m., San Francisco Dispatch received a 9-1-1 call from Paul Pelosi (“Pelosi”) located at the Pelosi residence in San Francisco, California. Pelosi stated words to the effect of there is a male in the home and that the male is going to wait for Pelosi’s wife. Pelosi further conveyed that he does not know who the male is. The male said his name is David.
Didn’t Paul Pelosi say David was his friend?  Why was this left out of this document?
When the door was opened, Pelosi and DEPAPE were both holding a hammer with one hand and DEPAPE had his other hand holding onto Pelosi’s forearm. Pelosi greeted the officers. The officers asked them what was going on. DEPAPE responded that everything was good. Officers then asked Pelosi and DEPAPE to drop the hammer.

There is no mention of who opened the door.  Initial reports were that someone else was there.  This is also the first time we hear that DePape said everything was good. 
DEPAPE pulled the hammer from Pelosi’s hand and swung the hammer, striking Pelosi in the head. Officers immediately went inside and were able to restrain DEPAPE. …After officers asked DEPAPE if he had an ID on him, DEPAPE said it might be in his backpack on the back porch and later stated his backpack was near the broken glass. When officers removed DEPAPE from Pelosi’s residence, police body worn camera footage showed a glass door that appeared to be laminated glass, broken near the door handle.
If Paul Pelosi is over 80, wouldn’t the hammer to the head kill him?  What were the men wearing at this time?  Initial reports were that one or both were in their underwear.  Why is this not clarified? 
Also, DePape was injured and taken to the hospital along with Pelosi.  Why is there no mention of his injuries?  

Also, the body cam shows a glass door that appeared to be laminated glass broken near the door handle.  But this door was not open.  The doors four or five feet away were open.  DePape could not fit in the small hole in the glass that was broken.  How did he get in?  Also, if this was laminated glass and it was broken by DePape, how many times did he have to hammer the glass before it broke?  Why was this not captured by the CCTV cameras, motion detectors and security at that time?
Witness 1, who saw an individual in all black, carrying a large black bag on his back, walking near the Pelosi residence where Witness 1 was parked. Witness 1 was working private security at an address nearby. Witness 1 then heard what sounded like banging on either a door or car and then heard the sirens within a minute or two.
Where was the security at the Pelosi house?  Surely the US Speaker of the House who is worth millions obtained while she was Speaker has security of her own.  Why did they not hear this? 
This is also the first time that we heard there were sirens.  Why would the police turn on their sirens when it was a well-person check?

Pelosi was interviewed by SFPD Officer Ariane Starks in the ambulance during transport to San Francisco General Hospital. Pelosi stated he had never seen DEPAPE before.  Pelosi was asleep when DEPAPE came into Pelosi’s bedroom and stated he wanted to talk to“Nancy.” … Pelosi stated that his wife would not be home for several days and then DEPAPE reiterated that he would wait. Pelosi was able to go into the bathroom which is when he was able to call 9-1-1. Pelosi stated that when the officers arrived, that was when DEPAPE struck him with the hammer.
Why was it omitted that Pelosi called him David?  How did he know that?  Pelosi also called him his friend in his call with 911. 
Why did not the security system or person not identify a person walking around the Pelosi home in the middle of the night?  How did he know where the bedroom was located?
[Next, the document discusses the interview with DePape where he apparently claimed he wanted Pelosi to tell the ‘truth’.  This is not defined.]

DEPAPE stated that he broke into the house through a glass door, which was a difficult task that required the use of a hammer.
Again, how many times did DePape hit the glass door without anyone noticing?
DEPAPE stated he wanted to tie Pelosi up so that DEPAPE could go to sleep as he was tired from having had to carry a backpack to the Pelosi residence.
He wanted to take a nap?  How did DePape get there?  Why was this not discussed?

While talking with each other, Pelosi went into a bathroom, where Pelosi grabbed a phone to call 9-1-1… DEPAPE stated that they went downstairs to the front door. The police arrived and knocked on the door, and Pelosi ran over and opened it. Pelosi grabbed onto DEPAPE’s hammer, which was in DEPAPE’s hand…DEPAPE stated that he pulled the hammer away from Pelosi and swung the hammer towards Pelosi. DEPAPE explained that Pelosi’s actions resulted in Pelosi “taking the punishment instead.”
[This story now begins to read like the fraudulent and fake Steele dossier used to frame President Trump that we now know was an entire lie.]
So according to this story, DePape knew that 911 was called.  He apparently allowed that.  DePape also allowed Pelosi to open the door and then grab DePape’s hammer. 
The third person that the police mentioned over the weekend is no longer part of the story. 

[Next the FBI claims that they examined the garage that DePape lived in for the past two years.]
The FBI never mentions that DePape is an illegal alien.  
The FBI never mentions that his wife and he are connected to nudist activities. 
The FBI never mentions that his wife has tweets where she berates President Trump. 

The FBI never mentions DePape’s injuries and why he is still in the hospital or how he was injured.
The FBI never discusses websites associated with DePape.
This appears to be red meat for the media just like the bogus and now-known fraudulent Steele dossier only two weeks from the election. 
The Pelosis and the FBI are a disgrace to this nation. 

Below is the Scribd document of the Criminal Complaint against David DePape.
David Depape Complaint and Affadavit by Jim Hoft on Scribd […]

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Independence Man Attempted to Flee With Officer in the Backseat, Sentenced for Illegal Firearms and Heroin Trafficking

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – An Independence, Mo., man who attempted to flee in a stolen vehicle while an officer in the back seat was attempting to get him out of the car was sentenced in federal court today for illegally possessing firearms and heroin to distribute.Hussein Ali, 30, was sentenced by U.S. District Judge Howard F. Sachs to 10 years in federal prison without parole.

On March 17, 2022, Ali pleaded guilty to possessing heroin with the intent to distribute and to being a felon in possession of firearms. Ali admitted that he was in possession of heroin and in possession of an FN Herstal 9mm semi-automatic pistol and a Canik 9mm semi-automatic pistol.

Kansas City, Mo., police officers were investigating a stolen car on Nov. 26, 2021, when they arrived at the parking lot of the Marriott Hotel, 3950 N. Mulberry Drive in Kansas City. Ali appeared to be asleep in the driver’s seat of the silver 2020 Nissan Altima. Officers were unable to wake him up, so an officer opened the driver’s side door and attempted to remove Ali from the vehicle. As the door was opened, Ali woke up and physically resisted the officer. A second officer entered the drive’s side rear passenger door to assist. Ali placed the car into drive and drove out of the parking lot, with the officer still in the rear passenger’s seat.

As Ali fled, he struck a parked police patrol car. Ali struggled with the officer in the back seat, at one point biting the officer’s hand. The officer was able to put the vehicle into park, causing it to come to an abrupt stop near the parking lot’s exit. Ali got out of the car but refused to comply with officers’ commands and continued to pull away from officers. An officer deployed his taser, which struck Ali in the chest but did not have an effect. Ali was taken to the ground and handcuffed.

Officers searched Ali and found the two pistols in a cross-body “fanny pack” style bag wrapped around his torso. The Canik pistol had been reported as stolen. Officers also found a container nearby that contained black tar heroin. Inside the vehicle, officers found approximately 13.3 grams of heroin, approximately 2.9 grams of suspected methamphetamine, and approximately 5.4 grams of suspected crack cocaine in the center console. Officers found firearm magazines and live ammunition in the trunk of the car.

Under federal law, it is illegal for anyone who has been convicted of a felony to be in possession of any firearm or ammunition. Ali has three prior felony convictions for tampering with a motor vehicle, as well as prior felony convictions for possession of a controlled substance, resisting a lawful stop, and domestic assault.

This case was prosecuted by Assistant U.S. Attorney Ashleigh A. Ragner. It was investigated by the Kansas City, Mo., Police Department and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives.

Project Safe Neighborhoods

This case is part of Project Safe Neighborhoods (PSN), a program bringing together all levels of law enforcement and the communities they serve to reduce violent crime and gun violence, and to make our neighborhoods safer for everyone. On May 26, 2021, the Department launched a violent crime reduction strategy strengthening PSN based on these core principles: fostering trust and legitimacy in our communities, supporting community-based organizations that help prevent violence from occurring in the first place, setting focused and strategic enforcement priorities, and measuring the results. […]

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Dyersburg Man Sentenced to 40 Years for Assault of a Federal Officer With a Deadly Weapon

Jackson, TN – Bobby Joe Claybrook, Jr., 41, has been sentenced to 40 years in federal prison for assault on a federal officer with a deadly weapon and discharging a weapon during and relation to a crime of violence. United States Attorney Kevin Ritz announced the sentence today.United States Attorney Ritz stated: “This defendant pled guilty to committing a violent assault on federal law enforcement officers. That’s an extremely serious crime, deserving of this extremely serious sentence. The United States will not hesitate to bring significant resources to bear when citizens attack our law enforcement partners.”

United States Marshal Tyreece Miller added: “Law enforcement are public servants that place their lives on the line everyday, enforcing laws throughout our communities. Sadly, the possibility of physical danger and harm are part of what it means to wear a badge. But trying to hurt a Deputy U.S. Marshal has serious consequences. We are glad our Deputy Marshals weren’t seriously injured, and thankful for the steadfast work of the U.S. Attorney’s Office in bringing this case to closure.”

According to information presented in court, on August 3, 2020, the United States Marshals received information that Bobby Joe Claybrook, Jr. was wanted by the Dyersburg Police Department for attempted second degree homicide and for being a felon in possession of firearm. On November 2, 2020, agents located the defendant at a duplex in Jackson, Tennessee. Federal agents and local law enforcement, all wearing clothing and badges that clearly established themselves as law enforcement officials, approached the residence. Prior to the team stepping onto the porch to knock on the door, Claybrook began firing on the team through the small porch window. A task force officer was hit in his arm, leg, and another officer was struck by a round from Claybrook’s firearm. The officers were treated for their injuries at the hospital and released.

Several other officers were pinned alongside the house until the Jackson Police Department SWAT Team arrived to assist them. The SWAT team took over the scene and negotiated the surrender of Claybrook after a lengthy standoff.

Tennessee Bureau of Investigation personnel executed a search warrant of the residence and located a 9mm firearm and several 9mm shell casings inside the residence near the window where Claybrook carried out his assault on law enforcement. As a result of Claybrook’s prior felony convictions, he is prohibited by federal law from possessing firearms and ammunition.

On October 28, 2022, Chief United States District Judge S. Thomas Anderson sentenced Claybrook to 480 months in federal prison to be followed by five years of supervised release. There is no parole in the federal system.

This case was investigated by the United States Marshals Service, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, Tennessee Bureau of Investigation, Jackson-Madison County Narcotics, and the Jackson Police Department SWAT Team.

United States Attorney Kevin Ritz thanked Assistant United States Attorney Hillary Lawler Parham, who prosecuted this case.

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Colorado Springs Felon Sentenced to 9 Years in Federal Prison for Firearm Possession

DENVER – The United States Attorney’s Office for the District of Colorado announces Jeffrey Scott Taylor, 51, of Colorado Springs, was sentenced to 9 years in federal prison after earlier pleading guilty to being a felon in possession of a firearm.According to court records, on April 9, 2022, officers with the Colorado Springs Police Department were called to an apartment complex on Tappan Drive in Colorado Springs. Officers spoke with an individual who reported the defendant came to her apartment earlier that evening and said he wanted to show her something. She followed the defendant to his apartment, where he showed her a semi-automatic handgun sitting on his coffee table. Officers applied for, and received a lawful search warrant for the defendant’s apartment. Inside, they recovered a Smith and Wesson .40 caliber pistol from the coffee table in the living room area. The pistol was loaded and contained eight rounds of ammunition, including one in the chamber. In the bedroom closet, officers recovered a Smith and Wesson magazine and two boxes of .40 caliber ammunition. The defendant had been convicted of a felony prior to April 9, 2022, and was aware that he had been convicted of a felony.

Judge Raymond P. Moore sentenced the defendant on October 31, 2022.

“The U.S. Attorney’s Office is committed to violent crime prevention, and taking illegal weapons off the streets is an important part of that,” said U.S. Attorney Cole Finegan. “Under federal law, felons are prohibited from having firearms, and we will hold them accountable when they break the law.”

“Previously convicted felons who continue to unlawfully possess firearms have made the choice to continue to live a high-risk lifestyle which often leads to more violent gun crime in the communities they live and frequent,” said Special Agent in Charge David S. Booth. “We are grateful for the partnership with the Colorado Springs Police Department in this investigation, and to the U.S. Attorney’s Office for a successful prosecution.”

This case was investigated by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives and the Colorado Springs Police Department. Prosecution was handled by the Violent Crime and Immigration Enforcement Section of the U.S. Attorney’s Office.

This case is part of Project Safe Neighborhoods (PSN), a program bringing together all levels of law enforcement and the communities they serve to reduce violent crime and gun violence, and to make our neighborhoods safer for everyone. On May 26, 2021, the Department launched a violent crime reduction strategy strengthening PSN based on these core principles: fostering trust and legitimacy in our communities, supporting community-based organizations that help prevent violence from occurring in the first place, setting focused and strategic enforcement priorities, and measuring the results.

Case number: 22-cr-00162 […]

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St. Paul Felon Pleads Guilty to Illegal Possession of a Firearm

ST. PAUL, Minn. – A St. Paul man has pleaded guilty to possessing a firearm as an Armed Career Criminal, announced U.S. Attorney Andrew M. Luger.According to court documents, on March 17, 2022, Geraldo Jay Dilworth, 34, was in possession of a Springfield Armory .45 caliber pistol while waiting to board a train at the Union Depot Station in St. Paul. Because he has multiple prior felony convictions in Ramsey and Washington Counties, Dilworth is prohibited under federal law from possessing firearms or ammunition at any time.

Dilworth pleaded guilty today before Senior U.S. District Judge Susan Richard Nelson to one count of felon in possession of a firearm as an Armed Career Criminal. He faces a mandatory minimum sentence of 15 years imprisonment. A sentencing hearing will be scheduled at a later time.

This case is the result of an investigation conducted by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives and the St. Paul Police Department.

Assistant U.S. Attorney Lauren O. Roso is prosecuting the case. […]

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St. Louis Man Sentenced to Four Years for Gun Charge Linked to Shooting

ST. LOUIS – U.S. District Judge Audrey G. Fleissig on Tuesday sentenced a St. Louis felon to four years in prison for being caught with guns after a shooting in 2021.Jerry Johnson, 57, pleaded guilty July 25 to being a felon in possession of a firearm. He admitted that St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department officers found two pistols and one rifle at his home on May 24, 2021 while they were investigating a gun crime.

He also admitted being convicted of being a felon in possession of a firearm in a 2003 case in U.S. District Court in St. Louis.

In Tuesday’s sentencing hearing, a woman testified that Johnson shot a woman standing on the side of the road near the intersection of Kennerly and North Newstead avenues in St. Louis. The shooting was caught on tape, and officers found a green Cadillac matching the description of the shooter’s car outside Johnson’s home, with the engine still warm.

Johnson was subject to enhanced penalties after Judge Fleissig found that his responsibility for the shooting had been proven by a preponderance of the evidence.

The St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department and Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives investigated the case. Assistant U.S. Attorney Ryan Finlen prosecuted the case […]


POTD: Rifle Dynamics’ MagLads Halloween 2022 Drop

Every year Rifle Dynamics does a limited run of magazines to celebrate Halloween. This year the magazine is clearly influenced by the horror/sci-fi movie Aliens. The paint design is heavily based on the iconography of the Colonial Marine Corps. According to Rifle Dynamics, the magazine will give you the added edge when going on a bug hunt. The MagLads Halloween 2022 Drop is priced at $38.99, with only 350 available.

The mag themselves are commercial Bulgarian steel reinforced slab side polymer mags.  These are not only great canvases to work on but with their steel reinforced feed lips and front/back locking lugs they make for great all around magazines.  Our crew has used these mags in different classes with some choosing to alternate these between their “go to” steel magazines.  The artwork is on both the left and right side of the magazine separated by a black front and back spine and finished off with an RD/ MAG LIFE engraved floor plate.

Hey Vasquez, You ever been mistaken for a mag? No, have you?
It’s that time of year once more, Nevada day, Halloween! For this year’s mag, we wanted to go for something a little more appropriate for a bug hunt on some backwater colony. This mag will be limited to 350 prints.
And remember: short, controlled bursts.

The specifications:

Made In Bulgaria
30 Round Capacity
Polymer Body
Steel Feed Lips and Front/ Back Locking Lugs
7.6 OZ

What do you think about the magazine? […]


5x-Vaccinated CDC Chief Rochelle Walensky Gets Covid AGAIN after Paxlovid Treatment

Following the pattern of President Biden and his coronavirus adviser, Dr. Anthony Fauci, “fully vaccinated” CDC Director Dr. Rochelle Walensky experienced a “rebound” of COVID-19 after completing a round of Pfizer’s antiviral treatment Paxlovid.
The CDC said Monday that Walensky tested positive for COVID-19 earlier this month and eventually tested negative after taking Paxlovid, which is under emergency use authorization. On Sunday, however, she “began to develop mild symptoms and has again tested positive.”

“Consistent with CDC guidelines, she is isolating at home and will participate in her planned meetings virtually,” the agency said.
Walensky, after receiving four doses of the original Pfizer mRNA COVID-19 vaccine, tested positive for COVID-19 on Oct. 21, about one month after receiving the new bivalent booster designed to target the omicron variants.

Last Tuesday, President Biden– who was infected with COVID-19 in July after receiving four shots and promising the vaccine would prevent infection – on Tuesday urged all Americans to get the new booster, claiming it’s “incredibly effective.”
However, a preprint study released Oct. 24 by a prominent Columbia University virologist found that the new booster produces fewer antibodies than the original vaccine.
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In May, the CDC issued a formal warning that a course of Paxlovid could produce a rebound of COVID-19. One month later, Fauci, the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, said he experienced a rebound of COVID symptoms after he was treated with the drug.

Biden also experienced a Paxlovid rebound after testing negative. As he was recovering, the FDA sent a letter on Aug. 5 to Pfizer questioning the company’s protocol for the drug and asking for a study to be completed by September 2023.
When the rebound issue surfaced in the spring, Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla told Bloomberg that patients should take another course of the treatment, “like you do with antibiotics.” But the FDA’s infectious disease director, Dr. John Farley, reacted, saying there is “no evidence of benefit at this time for a longer course of treatment or repeating a treatment course of Paxlovid in patients with recurrent COVID-19 symptoms.”
Bourla, the Pfizer chief, also tested positive for COVID-19 after receiving four doses of his company’s vaccine. When the shots were rolled out, he promised they would be 100% effective in preventing infection.
In July, virology researchers at Austria’s Medical University of Innsbruck published an analysis of the Pfizer trial in which they found little difference in the number of hospitalizations or deaths between placebo and Paxlovid recipients.
Further, they found the drug could accelerate mutations in SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19. Johns Hopkins medical professor Marty Makary said the study clearly showed that Paxlovid “overuse in low-risk people can breed resistance and spawn new virus mutations,” calling it “risky business.”
The FDA, nevertheless, has authorized state-licensed pharmacists to circumvent doctors by directly prescribing it.
Philadelphia cardiologist Dr. Anish Koka wrote in his newsletter in July that seven months after its approval, “Apparently, someone in government decided that there wasn’t enough Paxlovid being prescribed.”
The physician said he has “struggled with quite a few Paxlovid requests recently,” mostly from “young vaccinated patients.” The patients, he said, feel pressured to take the treatment, and they “just want some reassurance from a professional that it’s OK to not take a drug.”
Koka said he received a “panicked call” from an emergency room when a vaccinated and boosted elderly patient developed fevers and chills after completing a round of Paxlovid he had prescribed.
The doctor now regrets that he was exposing his patient “to the adverse events of a drug with little to no benefit,” when “doing nothing” seems to work better “the vast majority of the time.” […]