Minneapolis cop charged with murdering George Floyd moved to one of the most secure prisons in the US as he awaits his first court date

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Derek Chauvin, the Minneapolis cop accused of killing George Floyd has been moved to one of the most secure detainment facilities in the US, that acknowledges generally despised and high-hazard prisoners.

Day by day Mail affirmed in a report that Chauvin was moved late Sunday to Oak Park Heights Prison, Minnesota’s just Level Five greatest security office. The 407-prisoner jail gloats of never having had a departure and is likewise viewed as one of the nation’s most secure, having just had one manslaughter in its history.

The jail is situated on the fringe with Wisconsin, between the urban areas of Bayport and Stillwater.

Chauvin was expected to show up in court on Monday however his appearance has been pushed back until June 8, because of the progressing fights over George Floyd’s demise.

As per late information discharged by the Minnesota Department of Corrections, the Oak Park Heights Prison as of now houses 297 killers, 69 sexual stalkers, and eight hijackers. Around 46 percent of the jail populace is dark.

Derek Chauvin was captured last Friday and accused of third-degree murder and homicide regarding Floyd’s demise, which has provoked across the nation fights that have turned vicious in a few refers to.

Three different officials were terminated in association with Floyd’s passing, however they are yet to be captured or charged

Chauvin’s better half, Kellie Chauvin has likewise sought legal separation to end their marriage after his capture

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