Three arrests after killings at a British festival

LONDON – The British authorities have three men arrested in connection with drug trafficking at a pop festival where multiple deaths. Several visitors of Mutiny Festival in the English Portsmouth were last weekend ill after taking drugs, reports the BBC.

The police arrested the suspects because they are contaminated hard drugs would have sold at the festival. There fell two dead, another victim is in critical condition in the hospital.

The organizers put the festival’s silent when it appeared that the two festival-goers had died in the hospital. They had previously been warned for the circulation of drugs with dangerous substances, and called on people to not take drugs.

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