Inmate complains about pirated movies

He claimed guards showed movies such as “The Wolf of Wall Street” and “Ride Along” before they were released to the public.
Associated Press
May 20, 2014

 

An Ohio prisons spokeswoman said investigators are looking into allegations that guards showed pirated movies to inmates at a northeast Ohio prison. The (Elyria) Chronicle-Telegram reported an inmate at Lorain Correctional Institution complained to officials that movies were being shown before their scheduled DVD release date.

The prisoner said he received no response. The inmate was at the prison earlier this year on a parole violation for a sexual misconduct charge. He previously spent time in federal prison for running a subscription website that distributed pirated movies, computer games and software.

He claimed guards showed movies such as “The Wolf of Wall Street” and “Ride Along” before they were released to the public.

Prison spokeswoman Linda Briggs said officials know about the complaints and are investigating.

Comments

Darwin's choice

"Takes one to know one"

aytch420

Wah, wah, atleast you get to watch movies brown noser.

ISPSP

Kind of what I was thinking.... That said, there's no honor among thieves.

bayshore

You don't like the movies being shown then leave. Oh, wait, you have a season ticket. Time to show reruns of Mr. Magoo 24/7.