Reformed teenage drug dealers play guitars in a Mexico City halfway house. Its director, Miguel Barrera says "These kids are victimizers, but they are also victims. The virtually endless supply of young foot soldiers keeps Mexico's drug cartels well-stocked with thugs, gunmen, mules, peddlers and lookouts, undermining the governments drug war. As vulnerable youth fall through the cracks, Mexico risks losing part of a generation.
Don Bartletti / Los Angeles Times
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