After being released from the hospital Friday, 19-year-old Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev is now being held in a small, video-recorded cell. The medical detention center-located about 40 miles outside of Boston-holds male inmates who need long-term medical care or mental health care.
A spokesman for the prison described Dzhokhar’s room as a small cell with a solid steel door and a slot for workers to pass him medication and food. While he has been placed in the tighter security part of the prison-meaning no television or radio-Dzhokhar likely still has access to a few books. Read more at The Daily Mail.