The success statistics regarding juvenile boot camps are deliberately left out of the end of the film. The truth is most of the kids who go through the programs get important things out of them, things that build character in the correct direction, such as being civilians who contribute to society, rather than simply take from it. The camp in this movie is worse than any in real life. The guard who was raping the girl should be punished, absolutely. But this is a movie *based* on true events, so we don't really know how much of this was real, and how much was made up. One thing I do know: kids who burn down buildings and loot in riots probably never went through a boot camp program.