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Law firm representing inmates shows alleged 'gang' attack video

In the lawsuit, eight inmates say guards at the south Boise facility let gangs run the prison

KBOI

BOISE, Idaho — A Treasure Valley law firm representing eight inmates who contend a private prison is being run by gangs inside the prison grounds has released videos and photos of an alleged attack.

In the lawsuit, eight inmates say guards at the south Boise facility let gangs run the prison.

On Tuesday, an attorney for the inmates released two videos showing fights at the prison as well as numerous photographs of the aftermath. In the lawsuit, eight inmates says Corrections Corporation of America, which owns Idaho Correctional Center, is essentially lettings gangs run the prison to save money.

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