Sunday, April 28, 2013

A Look At The Prison Conditions For The Boston Marathon Bomber

Terror Suspect Is 'Locked In Small Video-Recorded Cell 40 Miles Outside Boston' With No TV But He Is Allowed Access To Books -- Daily Mail

* Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, 19, was released from hospital despite still suffering serious injuries
* Transferred to federal medical detention center in central Massachusetts
* He is being held in a 'small cell' which is recorded via video cameras
* Inmates have no access to radio or TV but are allowed books

The Boston Marathon bombing suspect is being held in a small cell with a steel door at a federal medical detention center about 40 miles outside the city, a federal official said Saturday.

Federal Medical Center Devens spokesman John Collauti described the conditions under which 19-year-old Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was being held in the Ayer facility after being moved there from a hospital Friday.

Tsarnaev was injured during a police chase in which his brother, also a suspect in the bombing, was fatally wounded.

Collauti said in a telephone interview that Tsarnaev is in secure housing where authorities can monitor him. His cell has a solid steel door with an observation window and a slot for passing food and medication.

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My Comment: I doubt that he is going to get the death penalty .... but if convicted my only hope is that he stays in prison for the rest of life and not released 20 years from now  for "good behavior".

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