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Capitol Police cameras caught break-in at Pelosi home, but no one was watching

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Responsible for safeguarding members of Congress as well as the Capitol Complex, the Capitol Police security cameras caught David DePape breaking into Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi's San Francisco home, but because no one watched the feeds overnight, they only saw it when they reviewed recordings from the cameras.
Published 3 months ago · S F, United States

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Capitol Police cameras filmed Pelosi break-in but no one was watching, report says

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3 months ago·London, United Kingdom
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3 months ago·Atlanta, United States
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3 months ago·New York, United States
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US Capitol Police first learned of Paul Pelosi attack through live camera feed of house

By Whitney Wild and Paul LeBlanc, CNNUS Capitol Police first learned of the break-in at the San Francisco home of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi about 10 minutes after the incident when an officer noticed police lights and sirens on a live camera feed in the Capitol Police’s Washington, DC, command center, according to a source briefed on the attack.CNN previously reported there may be video of the break-in that US Capitol Police and law enforcement…

3 months ago·Colorado Springs, United States
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