Derek Chauvin's First Post-Sentencing Meal Revealed: Fish & Beets After Getting 22.5 Years For George Floyd's Murder
Ex-cop Derek Chauvin might not be hungry for dinner, but RadarOnline.com has learned what his first meal after being sentenced to 22.5 years will be, and it's something fishy.
The 45-year-old convicted murder's post-sentencing meal won't be easy on a queasy stomach.
RadarOnline.com obtained the Minnesota Correctional Facility-Oak Park Heights food list, and tonight's meal consists of baked fish and beets.
Chauvin will also get one cup of brown rice to help the fish go down easier.
The prison is making sure to load everyone up with veggies too. Besides half a cup of pickled beets, the former police officer will also be able to chow down on green beans.
Don't worry -- Chauvin will get condiments to spread on his meal.
RadarOnline.com is told the convicted murderer will be given tartar sauce to spread on his fish -- but he only gets one, so he should use it sparingly.
Like always, Chauvin's dinner will come with two bread rolls and margarine.
For dessert, his options are pretty bland but still a part of the four main food groups.
According to the menu, Chauvin will get to wash down his meal with a cup of fruit and an 8-ounce drink.
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As RadarOnline.com reported, he was handed down a sentence of more than two decades in prison on Friday for the death of George Floyd.
Prosecutors originally asked that he receive 30 years in prison.
Chauvin is also getting credit for time served.
Before the judge delivered the sentencing, Floyd's family spoke out, including his 7-year-old daughter, Gianna.
She addressed a Minneapolis courtroom virtually to give her emotional testimony.
Putting on a brave face, Floyd's little girl revealed how much she misses her father, who was killed on May 25, 2020.
Gianna also told the court, "those mean people did something to him."
Gianna's uncle, Floyd's brother, Terrence Floyd, addressed the court at Chauvin's sentencing as well.
He asked the judge to show no mercy.
"On behalf of me and my family, we seek the maximum penalty," he said as his voice cracked. "We don't want to see no more slaps on the wrist. We've been through that already... no, no, no, no."
Last year, Chauvin kneeled on Floyd's neck for more than 9 minutes, despite being told repeatedly that George couldn't breathe.