It was probably seen to be more of an insult to the remaining bombing victims at that hospital than trying to insult the (alleged) bomber. But there being no "Muslim" hospital available it becomes less of a choice. They took him to the most appropriate place to render care and continue the investigation. Perhaps ... But it may be found that he was under heavy pressure from the brother and that he would not have assisted in the bombing had it not been for the imposing influence of an older brother. When all the investigation is done I believe we will find that the older brother was trained and built the bombs and the younger was less involved. Not that the younger bears no responsibility ... but will he remain a danger to himself and others without the influence of his brother? My guess is he will get four life sentences and even though the court will not say "without the possibility of parole" for as long as people remember the bombing he will not get parole. Room and board for the rest of his long life.