A university student who was left in a holding cell for nearly five days without food or water is suing the United States Drug Enforcement Agency for $20-million. Daniel Chong, a student at the University of California San Diego, told NBC News that he drank his own urine and tried to commit suicide with a piece of glass. He says he was experiencing kidney failure and blurry vision when he was found. Chong was picked up at a party that was raided on April 20 where the DEA was looking for ecstasy pills. He was not charged and was supposed to be released directly after questioning.
Student forgotten in jail cell for five days
Daniel Chong drank own urine, wants $20-million