A white former Chicago police officer convicted in the high-profile murder of an African American teenager has been moved to a New York federal prison, according to ABC Chicago. Jason Van Dyke was beaten in his cell at Danbury Federal Correctional Institution a month ago. According to the Federal Bureau of Prisons records, he was recently moved to Otisville, about 70 miles away. The 40-year old suffered injuries to his head and face on February 7th at FCI Danbury. Afterward, his attorneys expressed a concern for his safety at FCI Danbury. Van Dyke was convicted in October in the 2014 killing of Laquan McDonald.