Prosecutors in the case against accused Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev objected in May to a request by his lawyers to bar the government from obtaining suicide watch logs and other records on him from prison officials, newly released documents show.
Filings that prosecutors and defense lawyers had submitted on the matter in May in federal court in Boston were unsealed Monday as part of a judicial order. A judge ultimately ruled that prison officials could provide records on Tsarnaev to both sides.
His lawyers had requested that the US Bureau of Prisons provide them with files including Tsarnaev’s “daily activity logs, suicide watch logs, psychology data systems files, photographs, [and] commissary file,” records show. Full story for BostonGlobe.com subscribers.