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No, not necessarily. It might mean many things. Prisons are incredibly inefficient and disorganised. It might mean that he's been moved. It might mean they just can't find them.
It is possible that he has been released but not particularly likely when there are other possibilities.
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Yes, they can do that and no it is not confidential.