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Review of inmate-produced film continues

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by Nick Delgado

Guam - The Adjustment Classification Committee with the Department of Corrections is wrapping up its interviews with the 14 inmates that were involved with the making of the "Bad Boys Gone Good" video. The inmate-produced film showed the warden at a barbeque with inmates at the minimum security unit.

Acting DepCor director Antone Aguon says all of the inmates face a reclassification and may be demoted to a more strict security level. He adds that Billy Cao Cruz, the inmate who apparently made the film remains in administrative segregation and is the only one who has not been returned to Post 24 pending further review from the committee.

Aguon says the review should be done by early next week.

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