Concert organisers want police to release findings on music festival deaths


Crowded gig: Future Music Festival Asia 2014 kicking off the first day at Stadium Bukit Jalil.

KUALA LUMPUR: The Malaysian entertainment industry and concert organisers have called on the police to release their findings on the cause of the six deaths during the Future Music Festival Asia 2014 (FMFA).

This comes after The Star’s front-page report quoting the pathologist involved in the autopsies as saying that the victims died of heatstroke and not drug overdose as previously announced.

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