Mexico arrests soldiers who allowed civilians to take selfies holding their weapons

The soldiers who lent a high-powered rifle to civilians in the last civic-military parade on September 16 for Independence Day, in the center of Mexico City, were arrested according to a statement issued by the Secretariat of National Defense (Sedena).

The federal agency says that the military personnel who lent the unloaded weapon to the attendees, some of them minors, committed an offense based on the Discipline Law of the Mexican Army and Air Force, as well as the Regulation General of Duties of the Mexican Army.

In the information, the National Defense . . .

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