|Student left in DEA cell to get $4 million from U.S.|
|Written by ALICIA A. CALDWELL & ELLIOT SPAGAT, Associated Press|
|Tuesday, 30 July 2013 14:04|
SAN DIEGO (AP) — An attorney for the man who was abandoned in a Drug Enforcement Administration holding cell for four days without food or water says his client has agreed to settle claims for $4.1 million.
Daniel Chong's attorney, Eugene Iredale, said Tuesday that no one has yet been disciplined for the April 2012 incident and no criminal charges will be filed.
Iredale says the Justice Department's inspector general is investigating what caused Chong's near-death experience, but that he still has no answers.
Chong's attorneys say the DEA had no policy on the treatment of detainees at the time. It does now, and that policy includes cameras in cells and daily inspections.
Chong says he drank his own urine to stay alive and tried to write a farewell message to his mother with his own blood.
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