Watchdog weighs up suing San Francisco DA for Paul Pelosi attack records
From Washington Examiner:
San Francisco’s district attorney has refused to release public documents and video of Paul Pelosi’s attack to conservative watchdog Judicial Watch, instead directing the group to a New York Times article.
Judicial Watch and news organizations have attempted to obtain the materials under California’s Public Records Act but have been nixed by newly elected District Attorney Brooke Jenkins. Controversy still dogs the Oct. 28 break-in of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s (D-CA) home, especially after an NBC reporter was suspended for reporting facts that court records show are true.
Judicial Watch asked for records of all communications between the DA and other law enforcement agencies, including the San Francisco Police Department, Department of Justice, U.S. Capitol Police, and the FBI. These records include emails, texts, and any police video or 911 calls.
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