San Francisco court officials announced late Thursday that they would release the video of the attack on Paul Pelosi on Friday morning.
The court is expected to release the 911 call and video of the alleged attack.
The tape will be available at 9 p.m.
CBS News reported:
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Police body camera video showing the raid at the San Francisco home of former US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s husband last October will be released to the media Friday morning, court officials said.
In a statement released by the San Francisco Superior Court, Judge Stephen M. Murphy said it would be done according to his order.
Media representatives will be able to pick up CDs containing the footage and audio recordings from clerks at the Hall of Justice after providing identification, a completed criminal records request form and a $25 payment.
A San Francisco judge on Wednesday granted a motion to release SFPD body cam footage of the Paul Pelosi attack and other evidence sought by a coalition of news organizations.
The consortium includes the Associated Press, New York Times, Washington Post, Los Angeles Times, San Francisco Chronicle, Press Democrat, CNN, Fox News, CBS, ABC, NBC, and KQED.