Former Officer Derek Chauvin Reportedly Assaulted in Prison, Sustains Multiple Stab Wounds
Derek Chauvin Reportedly Assaulted in Prison
Derek Chauvin, the former police officer convicted of George Floyd’s murder, endured a vicious prison attack where he was stabbed 22 times by fellow inmate John Turscak.
Federal prosecutors revealed that Turscak, armed with an improvised knife, assaulted Chauvin in the law library of the Federal Correctional Institution in Tucson, Arizona, on November 24.
The 52-year-old attacker reportedly expressed the intention to kill Chauvin, emphasizing that intervention by corrections officers prevented a more severe outcome.
Chauvin’s family was initially kept uninformed about the incident, causing frustration as prison officials provided minimal details beyond Chauvin’s critical but stable condition.
Chauvin, sentenced to over 22 years for Floyd’s murder and an additional 20 years for violating Floyd’s civil rights, is serving the latter term in Arizona.
Interestingly, Turscak disclosed that he chose the date of the attack, November 24 (Black Friday), as a symbolic gesture connected to the Black Lives Matter movement and the “Black Hand” symbol associated with the Mexican Mafia gang.
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