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Student left in cell for 5 days wants $20 million from DEA

Daniel Chong, a 23-year-old UC San Diego student whose five-day ordeal behind bars has made national headlines, plans to sue the Drug Enforcement Administration over the incident, his attorney said. The DEA apologized Wednesday to Chong, who was accidentally left...
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