People mourned the dead
Phoenix Science and Technology News Beijing time, November 19 news, earlier this month in Texas, the United States, the "Astronomical World" music festival stampede, killing 10 people were killed and hundreds injured. Now, hundreds of people are suing Live Nation Entertainment, Apple Inc. and rapper Travis Scott for $2 billion. The plaintiffs claim that 50,000 spectators were "incited into a state of madness" at the festival, resulting in their injuries.
The plaintiffs filed a revised petition in Houston State Court on Thursday, increasing the number of plaintiffs to 282, making it the largest lawsuit ever filed around the campaign. Thomas J. Henry, a lawyer, said he was discussing joining the case with 120 other music festival attendees.
Ideal Country Performing Arts promoted the concert, while Apple Music broadcast it live. NRG Stadium and Canadian rapper Drake were also indicted. (Author/Yu Yu)
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