It's one thing to let 53 hardened criminals out on the streets in the middle of a drug war, but could you at least pretend to care about it? Guards at a prison in Zacatecas, Mexico were caught on video uselessly standing by while 53 prisoners—11 of whom are thought to be important players in the drug war—escaped from prison en masse. Grainy footage shows men appearing to be federal agents rush up to the front of the prison, and, in a span of two minutes, rounding up the inmates, escorting them into cars idling outside, and speeding away. Interpol has released an international alert, saying that the freed criminals are "a risk to the safety and security of citizens around the world."
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