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Man Forgotten in Cell Wants Answers

Source: NBC Washington

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A University of California San Diego student left for days in a windowless Drug Enforcement Administration holding cell said he just wants to know what really happened to him and how exactly he slipped through the cracks. On April 25, 2012, Daniel Chong was discovered incoherent, delirious and suffering from kidney failure after spending nearly five days handcuffed in a DEA holding cell in San Diego without food or water. Agents had somehow forgotten Chong was in the cell. He ...
Full article at: NBC Washington 26 minutes ago
 


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Man Forgotten in Cell Wants Answers

Source: NBC Connecticut

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A University of California San Diego student left for days in a windowless Drug Enforcement Administration holding cell said he just wants to know what really happened to him and how exactly he slipped through the cracks. On April 25, 2012, Daniel Chong was discovered incoherent, delirious and suffering from kidney failure after spending nearly five days handcuffed in a DEA holding cell in San Diego wi ...
Full article at: NBC Connecticut 26 minutes ago
 

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Man Forgotten in Cell Wants Answers

Source: NBC5.com

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A University of California San Diego student left for days in a windowless Drug Enforcement Administration holding cell said he just wants to know what really happened to him and how exactly he slipped through the cracks. On April 25, 2012, Daniel Chong was discovered incoherent, delirious and suffering from kidney failure after spending nearly five days handcuffed in a DEA holding cell in San Diego without food or water. Agents had somehow forgotten Chong was in the cell. He ...
Full article at: NBC5.com 26 minutes ago
 

Probe: DEA employees knew man was locked in cell for 5 days but did nothing

Source: CBS News

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Daniel Chong - handcuffed without food or water - drank his own urine to survive; 2012 incident spurred changes in detention poli ...
Full article at: CBS News 1 day ago, 11:22am CDT
 

DEA assigned agents who left student for dead in cell to investigate themselves

Source: Russia Today

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The Office of the Inspector General (OIG) released on Tuesday a summary of its investigation into the arrest of University of California-San Diego student Daniel Chong, who resorted to drinking his urine and, believing he would not survive, attempted to scrawl a farewell message in blood on his cell wall. According to Chong's lawyers, he reached a $4.1 million settlement with the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) last year ...
Full article at: Russia Today 1 day ago, 11:07am CDT
 

US workers encountered man left in cell for days

Source: Sacramento Bee

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Four U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration employees saw or heard a handcuffed San Diego student locked in a cell for five days without food or water, but did nothing because they assumed someone else was responsible, investigators said Tuesday. File - In this May 1, 2012, file photo, Daniel Chong discussed his detention by the Drug Enforcement Administration, DEA, during a news conference at his attorney's office in San Diego. A government investigation has found that four U.S. DE ...
Full article at: Sacramento Bee 1 day ago, 10:05am CDT
 

Student was left for five days without food or water because DEA officers all assumed someone else was responsible, report finds

Source: Daily Mail

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The Justice Department's inspector general faulted several DEA employees for their handling of the April 2012 incident that left Daniel Chong in grave physical health, cost the agency a $4.1 million settlement and led to nationwide changes in the agency's detention policies. ...
Full article at: Daily Mail 1 day ago, 11:30pm CDT
 

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