One main question still unresolved is how did David DePape break into the Pelosi house and not get caught?
…if an individual broke into the home of the Speaker of the US House of Representatives, there surely is a surveillance system that would tell the police and numerous entities that the house had been broken into. There’s no doubt that the Pelosis’ home has a security system. This system likely includes motion detectors as well. Any movement near the house or broken glass would immediately be registered at the surveillance company. They in turn would notify the police of the encounter. Also, there are likely police cars circling the neighborhood where the Pelosis live. But the police reported that Paul Pelosi made the call to the police. Paul Pelosi never shared that the home was broken into.
There are also questions about this event being a burglary. DePape reportedly forced entry into a rear door. But a video from yesterday shows that there was glass on the outside of the home on the stairs behind the house. If the window was broken from the outside, wouldn’t the glass be on the floor on the inside of the house?
(See picture above.)
The breaking-and-entering argument doesn’t hold water.
On Friday, Attorney Harmeet Dhillon her thoughts on the security of the area where the Pelosi home is located. These are consistent with what we are saying:
We have been to many social events in the immediate vicinity as well. There are security cameras everywhere, and many homes have private security. Whatever happened, law enforcement should have plenty of evidence to get to the bottom of it and find the attacker(s).
— Harmeet K. Dhillon (@pnjaban) October 28, 2022
Today we learned that DePape was in Paul Pelosi’s bedroom. What are we going to hear next?