Boston terror bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev has been placed behind a steel door. The prison location is 40 miles away from where police and American media have condemned the Tsarnaev brothers for planting bombs at the Boston Marathon. The older Tsarnaev purportedly died when his younger brother ran him over, all as they attempted to elude law enforcement.
Tsarnaev was transferred to the federal medical detention center, where he is under constant supervision in a secured room. Speculation is that Tsarnaev sustained grievous injuries when he tried to take his own life, but failed to do so. Instead, if found guilty Tsarnaev directly took life away from 3 people, grievously changed the life of over 100 victims and impacted the emotions of thousands.
Tsarnaev will not be allowed to leave the facility until May 30th, when he is scheduled for his next court appearance.