Prison Where Former Cop Derek Chauvin Was Stabbed Has History of Inmate Violence

Posted on AllSides November 25th, 2023
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The medium-security prison in Arizona that houses George Floyd’s convicted killer, Derek Chauvin, has a history of security breaches and inmate violence. The Federal Correctional Institution Tucson, which can hold up to 380 inmates, has been plagued with security failures and staffing shortages, an anonymous source told the Associated Press. In November 2022, an inmate at the prison’s low-security prison camp pulled a gun on a visitor and attempted to shoot them in the head. The weapon, which the inmate should not have had possession of, misfired. No one was...

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