by Nick Delgado
Guam - The Adjustment Classification Committee has finalized its report for at least 12 of the inmates involved in the prison-produced film "Bad Boys Gone Good". DepCor spokesperson Lieutenant Antone Aguon says the committee is currently putting together the action paperwork to present to the acting warden.
Aguon, however, could not release the details of the committee's report until the warden makes the final decision. He adds that the committee still needs to meet with inmate Billy Cao Cruz, who is accused of producing the film. "Billy Cao is still pending they will probably hear him in a few more weeks under a regular hearing right now he is the only inmate that is still at Post 6 being that he is the maker of the video so his hearing will probably be up in another few weeks," he said.
The video showed minimum security inmates hosting a barbeque with Warden Frank Crisostomo. The film resulted in the termination of the agency director. Aguon meantime says the new director will decide what will happen with Crisostomo once he returns from personal leave later this week.