CNNEstablished a student filed a lawsuit against the U.S. anti-drug department, having forgotten to five days of hands tied inside a cell at a detention center, which was forced to drink his own urine to stay alive.
The anti-drug department, in a statement that the student Daniel Chong, 23, was accidentally forgotten inside a cell after his arrest last month.
A statement Astahjnh Oardel again, Chung's lawyer, said sarcastically: "accidental??? ..It is nearing death .. This is not to be construed. "
Oardel said that his client was forced to drink his own urine to stay alive, after being left without food or water, the center of federal agents to ignore his calls for help.
He Chong, a student of final year engineering student of the University of California, San Diego, was arrested during a raid carried out by elements of anti-drug department on a house suspected of using it to distribute the drug Coker "Alackstkasa."
The Chamber stated that the operation resulted in the arrest of nine people, the confiscation of various types of drugs, along with several guns and thousands of bullets.
Chung acknowledged that he intended the house to drug use with his colleagues, but he denied knowing the rest of the drugs and weapons.
The government department that he had been sent seven of the detainees to the county jail and released the eighth, while Chung is completely forgotten, but they could not provide justification for how to "forget" the detainee in a cell without a narrow window for a period of five days, according to Oardel.
He said: "I can understand forgetting his command over the weekend, but what about the other three working days?"
He said that bouts of delirium Antapt his client by his detention without water or food, or even use the toilet, which led him to think about suicide.
Chung and transfer to the hospital immediately after discovery of booking, and spent two days in intensive care suffering from kidney failure.
Student and established a compensation claim $ 20 million against the Government Department for damages suffered.