Derek Chauvin’s vandalized Florida vacation home for sale for $475,000!

Disgraced former Minneapolis cop Derek Chauvin, convicted of the 2020 murder of George Floyd and sentenced to 20 years in prison, has now decided to put his Florida vacation home up for sale for $475,000. The walls of the house do however contain graffiti drawn by the protesters but this did not appear to affect the value of the property. A respected Florida real estate agent said the price was in line with the market value of the area and the size of the property.

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Several estate agent sites report that there is a pending sale for the property, but most details are confidential until the sale is finalized. During the protests, the house was ransacked with the symbols BLM (Black Lives Matter), “Racist” and “I can’t breathe” scrawled on the walls and doorstep. A Florida realtor, who did not want his identity disclosed, said any buyer willing to buy the house would get to know the property’s previous owner because the name is on the contract.

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The estate agent said it was more down to the state of the market when it came to selling the property and not necessarily the reputation of the previous owner of the house. “I would say in a different market/time there were more challenges with something of that nature,” he said. The sun. “The market in Florida these days, however, is just too strong for anyone not to shoot a house here if they want to.” 1,881 square foot property on Brightland Street in Windermere.

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Derek Chauvin sentenced to 20 years in prison

Chauvin was sentenced to 20 years in prison on July 7, after pleading guilty in federal court to violating a federal civil rights law in December of last year. He pleaded guilty to intentionally depriving Floyd of his constitutional right to be free from unreasonable use of force by a police officer and killing Floyd.

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Chauvin’s sentence was based on second-degree murder which he accepted in plea documents because he acted willfully and in callous and wanton disregard of the consequences on Floyd’s life, federal prosecutors say. “In plain English, George Floyd should be alive today,” Assistant Attorney General Kristen Clarke for the Justice Department’s Civil Rights Division said in a statement. He added, “While no prison sentence can reverse the tragic consequences of Derek Chauvin’s Violent Actions, we hope this sentence will bring a small measure of justice to affected families and communities.

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