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DEA apologizes to student left for days in cell with no food or water

3 years agoNews : Field Notes

Daniel Chong, the UC San Diego student who was left in a Drug Enforcement Administration holding cell for nearly five days, said the time spent there was a life-altering experience. On Wednesday, the DEA apologized for the incident.
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