John Turscak, Former FBI Informant, Stabbed Derek Chauvin 22 Times in Prison

Chris Menahan
Dec. 01, 2023

John Turscak, a 52-year-old former Mexican Mafia FBI snitch, has been charged with attempted murder for stabbing former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin in a federal prison in Tucson.

Turscak said he attacked Chauvin on Black Friday because it's "symbolic with the Black Lives Matter movement and the 'Black Hand symbol' associated with the Mexican Mafia criminal organization," journalist Meghann Cuniff reported.

Turscak stabbed Chauvin "approximately 22 times" with an "improvised knife," causing "serious bodily injury," the complaint states.

The complaint says Turscak attacked Chauvin inside the law library at the Federal Correctional Institution in Tucson, Arizona.

"John Turscak 'denied wanting to kill D.C. However, Turscak stated that he had been thinking about assaulting D.C. for approximately one month because D.C. is a high-profile inmate,' " Cuniff reported.

"Turscak is a former Mexican Mafia FBI informant serving 30 years for a racketeering case out of Los Angeles federal court," Cuniff added. "He has a release date of June 3, 2026, but I think that's out the window now."

Democratic Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison, the feds and the corrupt cowards in the GOP all threw Derek Chauvin to the wolves.

Chauvin was found guilty in a rigged show trial and U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland reportedly had a secret plan to arrest Chauvin in court if he was found not guilty.

"Under the contingency arrest plan, the Minnesota U.S. Attorney's Office would have charged Chauvin by criminal complaint -- a quicker alternative for a federal charge that doesn't require a grand jury -- so they could arrest him immediately, and then asked a grand jury for an indictment, according to sources, who were not authorized to speak publicly," the Star Tribune reported in April 2021.

Here's what I wrote on Jun 25, 2021 after Chauvin was sentenced to 22 1/2 years in prison:
"If Chauvin isn't killed in prison by racist jail guards like those torturing the Jan 6 protesters or another prisoner, perhaps with a speedy enough show trial Garland will be able to kill him himself."
Chauvin was nearly stabbed to death two years later in a federal prison under Attorney General Merrick Garland's watch.

Last week, the "conservative" Supreme Court rejected Chauvin's appeal, abandoning him for political expediency just the same as the GOP.

Chauvin never should have been found guilty as George Floyd's death was almost certainly caused due to a fentanyl overdose combined with a host of extensive, severe pre-existing heart conditions. The Hennepin County Medical Examiner's Office's autopsy found that Floyd was high on fentanyl, meth and was sick with covid.

That said, the least the bastards who threw him in prison could have done is protect him in prison.

Chauvin needs to be granted a pardon and the prison itself, the guards and Merrick Garland need to be placed under criminal investigation for letting this happen on their watch.

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