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Case closed for inmate-produced film

by Nick Delgado

Guam - The case is now closed surrounding the inmate-produced film "Bad Boys Gone Good" shot at the Minimum Security Unit of the Mangilao prison. Department of Corrections spokesperson Lieutenant Antone Aguon says the producer of the film, Billy Cao Cruz, along with the man seen holding an axe in the film, Roland Bautista, were reclassified to "Max Level 1" and will now remain at Post 6.

Aguon told KUAM News, "They were basically demoted all the way down to the bottom of the classification levels, so they have to start from the bottom and work their way back up. They dropped basically like six classification levels."

The film showed several inmates hosting a barbeque with the warden. Twelve other inmates involved were placed on probation.

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