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Playa del Carmen authorities ban electronic music events after shooting

Zetas’ Cartel attributes shooting responsibilities

Playa del Carmen’s major Cristina Torres Gomez just declared all events related to electronic music have been banned until further notice. This news comes after recent early-morning shooting incident at Blue Parrot club that left four dead and over twelve injured.

Comments like “We want these types of events to go” and “We won’t allow one more” were part of Torres Gomez’s press conference speech held on Tuesday, confirming that that these kinds of events are no longer welcome in Playa Del Carmen. It was also noted that The BPM Festival will not be able to return to the popular tourist city.

Yesterday a hung blanket was found close to the shooting area as Mexican drug Cartel ‘Los Zetas’ claimed the violent actions were related to them. “This is a demonstration that we are here, and it was because you didn’t get in line, Phillip“—Phillip Pulitano is the Canadian co-founder of the festival. “This is the beginning, and we’re going to start cutting off heads

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