Yesterday when I read about Daniel Chong I could not believe a law enforcement agency could not remember putting someone in a cell 5 days earlier and then forgetting about him. When I heard the initial statement on the issue I was even more ticked off. If you forget someone and they have to drink their urine to survive and try to kill themselves because they think no one is ever coming to rescue them, the statement you should make is "We are sorry." That's it. Nothing else. Instead, the DEA spokesperson originally stated that since Daniel was arrested at a party getting high, that he kind of deserved it. Seriously? He was never even charged with anything. Luckily the head of the San Diego DEA office issued a much better apology and when the DEA is forced to spend millions of dollars in compensation, and several people get fired, then perhaps a lesson will be learned.