Concert organisers kept in the dark all this time


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  • Monday, 01 Jun 2015

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

KUALA LUMPUR: The organisers of last year’s Future Music Festival Asia (FMFA) concert said they had been kept in the dark over the cause of deaths of six people at the event.

Livescape Group chief executive officer Muhammad Iqbal Ameer said all information about the deaths had been through verbal communication with the police and requests to see toxicology reports of the victims were denied.

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