Dan Slater

Journalist, Author

Journalist and Author of “Wolf Boys: Two American Teenagers and Mexico’s Most Dangerous Drug Cartel”

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Tens of thousands of people have fled the drug wars in Mexico, crossing the border into the US seeking safe harbor from the horrors of cartel violence.

‘Wolf Boys’ documents the teen assassins of the Zeta drug cartel

Tens of thousands of people have fled the drug wars in Mexico, crossing the border into the US seeking safe harbor from the horrors of cartel violence.

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