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Tsarnaev steel door: Boston bombing suspect held in small cell with steel door

Tsarnaev steel door: Boston bombing suspect held in small cell with steel door, Suspect number two from the Boston Marathon has now been moved from the hospital he was in. The Associated Press reported on Saturday, April 27, 2013, that Dzhokhar Tsarnaev has been moved to a federal medical detention center, and he is situated in a small cell with a steel door.

A federal official said that Tsarnaev's small cell with a steel door is located at the center which is about 40 miles outside the city. Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was moved to the Ayer facility on Friday. His condition had improved enough to move him from the hospital.

John Collauti, spokesman for the Federal Medical Center, said that Tsarnaev is in secure housing and being monitored by authorities at all time. The steel door on his small cell has an observation window in which people can check in on him.

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The steel door also has a small slot for passing medication and food to Tsarnaev.

No further details about Tsarnaev or his cell would be released. Collauti did say that medical workers make rounds on every shift so that they can monitor the inmates. Video cameras are looking in on some cells, but it was not revealed if the cell of Tsarnaev has them.

"Really this type of facility is fully capable of handling him and it's not that much of an inconvenience because it's more or less business as usual," Collauti said.

Tsarnaev was in a hospital getting medical treatment for multiple gunshot wounds. One of those wounds was a shot to the neck.

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