Prison officials reportedly permitted incarcerated members of the Gulf and Sinaloa cartels to hold a “friendly” end-of-year soccer game, which was spectated by family members and children.

“Sources from the state and federal governments indicate that at 4:20 p.m. Tuesday, while the quarrel took place, some inmates drew four guns and several sharp weapons, with which they assaulted their rivals,” La Jornada reports.



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