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Mexico: drug cartels recruiting youths through video games

Drug cartels in Mexico are recruiting youths through contacts made on multiplayer online video games, officials said Wednesday.
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Mexico: drug cartels recruiting youths through video games

Drug cartels in Mexico are recruiting youths through contacts made on multiplayer online video games, officials said Wednesday. Ricardo Mejía, Mexico’s assistant public safety secretary, said an apparent cartel recruiter had already bought bus tickets for three boys between the ages of 11 and 14. The recruiter promised the boys $200 per week to work in northern Mexico as drug cartel lookouts.

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Mexico: drug cartels recruiting youths through video games

Mexican officials say drug cartels are recruiting youths through contacts made on multiplayer online video games

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Mexico: drug cartels recruiting youths through video games

Mexican officials say drug cartels are recruiting youths through contacts made on multiplayer online video games

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Drug cartels recruiting teens through video games, Mexican officials say

Mexican officials said that drug cartels are using multiplayer online video games to recruit teens,

2 months ago|Washington, United States
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Mexico: drug cartels recruiting youths through video games

MEXICO CITY (AP) — Mexican officials say drug cartels are recruiting youths through contacts made on multiplayer online video games. Mexico’s assistant public safety secretary said Wednesday that an apparent cartel recruiter had already bought bus tickets for three boys between the ages of 11 and 14. The boys met the recruiter in the online game “Garena Free Fire,” also known as “Free Fire.” He promised the boys $200 per week to work in northern…

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Mexico: drug cartels recruiting youths through video games

MEXICO CITY (AP) — Drug cartels in Mexico are recruiting youths through contacts made on multiplayer online video games, officials said Wednesday. Ricardo Mejía, Mexico’s assistant public safety secretary, said an apparent cartel recruiter had already bought bus tickets for three boys between the ages of 11 and 14. He said the boys met the recruiter in the online game platform “Free Fire,” also known as “Garena Free Fire.” The recruiter promised…

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Mexico: drug cartels recruiting youths through video games

MEXICO CITY (AP) — Mexican officials say drug cartels are recruiting youths through contacts made on multiplayer online video games. Mexico’s assistant public safety secretary said Wednesday that an apparent cartel recruiter had already bought bus tickets for three boys between the ages of 11 and 14. The boys met the recruiter in the online game “Garena Free Fire,” also known as “Free Fire.” He promised the boys $200 per week to work in northern…

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Mexico: drug cartels recruiting youths through video games

Drug cartels in Mexico are recruiting youths through contacts made on multiplayer online video games, officials said Wednesday.

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Mexico: Drug cartels recruiting youths through video games

Drug cartels in Mexico are recruiting youths through contacts made on multiplayer online video games, officials said Wednesday. Ricardo Mejía, Mexico’s assistant public safety secretary, said an apparent cartel recruiter had already bought bus tickets for three boys between the ages of 11 and 14. He said the boys met…

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Mexico: drug cartels recruiting youths through video games

MEXICO CITY (AP) — Drug cartels in Mexico are recruiting youths through contacts made on multiplayer online video games, officials said Wednesday.

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C 37%
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Star Tribune
Japan Today
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