FMFA - Future Music Fuels Agony?
Nick Raj | Muhammad Iqbal Ameer
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Recently a pathologist revealed that the deaths of 6 people at last year's festival was due to heatstroke, and not drug overdose as the police claimed. The Inspector General of Police however refused to back down, even amid concerns that misdiagnosis could have hampered efforts to save the concert goers. We look at whether the deaths could have been prevented, the relationship between drugs and music, and the snowball effect of cancelling such a major music festival.
This is a report by Nadiah Aziz.
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Tags: future music festival asia, singapore, malaysia, deaths, drug abuse, heath waves, police, tan sri khalid abu bakar