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    Double Murderer Alex Murdaugh’s Eating Good In Maximum-Security Prison

    We’ve obtained the S.C. Department of Health and Environment Control’s Retail Food Establishment Inspection Report for the all-male prison dated June 14, 2022. The report shows an inspector started the routine inspection at 10:50 AM and ended at 12:02 PM.

    The inspector made sure that anyone who came into contact with the food served to Kirkland’s inmates followed the strict health codes — aka washed hands, wore gloves, didn’t have runny noses — as well as ensured all products were kept at the appropriate temperature, and that everything in the food service area was cleaned and sanitized.

    It only took the inspector one hour and 12 minutes to hand Kirkland a 96% score and a grade A rating. According to records, this was the first food inspection completed at the facility since the pandemic.

    On June 9, 2020, Kirkland’s report was marked “not completed.” Eight months later, on February 19, 2021, the health department conducted a “video conference” instead of an in-person inspection, which the prison “passed.”

    We’re told the disbarred attorney will undergo a two-month evaluation, including mental and physical health checks. Following the evaluation process, which is estimated to take 45 days, officials will determine where the convicted killer will spend the duration of his life-long sentence.

    As this outlet reported, a 12-person jury found Murdaugh guilty on all counts for the 2021 murders of his wife, Maggie, and son, Paul, who were shot to death. At his sentencing, he declared his innocence. Murdaugh’s attorneys have already started the appeal process.

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