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Tsarnaev moved to prison

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Suspected Boston bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was released Friday from the civilian hospital he was being treated at, and moved to prison, the Pioneer Press said.

Tsarnaev was moved to Federal Medical Center Devens, a facility that treats special prisoners who require longterm medical attention. The facility is about 40 miles from Boston, BBC News said.

He was previously at the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston, the same hospital that many of the victims of the Boston bombing were at. It is reported that the victims were uncomfortable knowing Tsarnaev was in the same building as them.

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