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CASINO ROYALE

Casino Royale is located in Monterrey, its owner is Raul Rocha Cantu. On Thursday, August 25 about 3:30 pm. arrived at the casino some strangers, burned down the casino. 52 peopledied and others persons had some burns on his body. Many people think that the attack was caused by Z.
The attack damaged many families. People who had no connection with the attack died.
On August29, were arrested five persons allegedly responsible for the fire. They were jailed.
The detainees confessed that they burned down the casino.
The Police are still looking for more information,to arrest other criminals.

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