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In lock up, the roles are clear: Good guys and bad guys.
In the hands of San Diego DEA agents, 23-year-old Daniel Chong quickly realized the roles were reversed!
Left alone without food or water for five days, the college student was living a nightmare.
Chong admits he had been Cheech-ing, when the DEA raided his friend’s apartment, but he had nothing to do with the 18-thosuand ‘x’ pills, mushrooms, or weapons that were seized.
Chong was thrown into a cell and the agents went about their business, simply forgetting about him.
After days of no human contact, Chong began hallucinating, even breaking his glasses, in an attempt to kill himself.
After nearly a week, Chong, now 15 pounds lighter, was finally found and rushed to a hospital where he spent another five days.
Naturally, he wants the DEA to pay up! $28 million ought to cover it.
Oh, by the way, Chong ended up being cleared of any wrongdoing.
And now his wrong-place, wrong-time moment might just make him a millionaire!