Pelosi's attacker David told police he was on a 'suicide mission,'
David was charged with assault and attempted kidnapping in violation of federal law in connection with the break-in at the residence of Nancy and Paul Pelosi in San Francisco on Friday.
The attacker, David, attacked Nancy's husband, Paul Pelosi, with a hammer on Friday.
David Wayne DePape, 42, of Richmond, was captured on Friday inside the Pelosi home by San Francisco Police Division (SFPD).
Paul Pelosi later portrayed to police that he had been sleeping when DePape, whom he had never seen, entered his room searching for Nancy Pelosi.
When DePape was controlled, officials got a roll of tape, white rope, a second hammer, a couple of elastic and fabric gloves, and zip ties from the crime location.
DePape is accused of one count of attack on a close relative of a US official with the expectation to fight back against the authority.
which conveys a maximum sentence of 30 years in jail.
DePape is also charged with one count of attempted kidnapping of a United States official on account of the performance of official duties.
which conveys a most extreme sentence of 20 years in jail.
as per a Tuesday court document, David told police he was on a "suicide mission" and had plans to target different California and government politicians.
San Francisco District Attorney Brooke Jenkins wrote in the documentation: DePape's purpose "could never have been more clear,"
"He constrained his direction into the Pelosi home planning to take the individual third in line to the presidency of the United State hostage and to seriously harm her.