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We'll -- escorted back -- session on the docket today drunk wired.
And driven to a tragic death.
A Florida family is now suing the makers of for a logo.
A caffeine packed alcoholic drink known to the college crowd as blackout in -- can't.
According to -- and -- -- their twenty year old son Jason a sophomore at Florida State University.
Got so manic in erratic after three of these drinks he accidentally shot himself in the head at a party.
So far no comment from four -- on his death.
But four -- has said in the past it does not feel responsible for its.
So did Jason's parents actually have case let's -- our panel are thread -- a Fox News legal analyst mark -- The -- and former prosecutor.
I feel for this family my heart goes out to them but their lawsuit is thoroughly.
Without merit both based on common sense in the law there theory doesn't make much sense in other words it's the drinks fault not -- is.
That he chose to underage.
Binge drink put a loaded gun -- -- head and then pull the trigger.
That makes no sense at all it says right on the -- Contains alcohol in bold large letters contains 12% alcohol he knew what he was doing.
And he is the one ultimately who's responsible.
There is a history -- you would be correct in your analysis if there was -- repeated history year.
I'm looking -- I -- for a five different -- of the course is big gang assault that's being caused by this they've met multiple.
Because of disk and now after this tragedy.
The FDA has come out and said you have fifteen days to change this all reported off the table are there easy for foreseeable -- -- -- foreseeable for that company after the first death or the second death or other third deck all the fault -- that this this.
Beverage the -- package the audience is targeted to what it -- would cause somebody to lose the in my did not know.
How about 50% of those who consume alcohol are binge drinkers so regardless of whether -- caffeine and they're not they're good -- -- a lot like this kid did and then feel the effects at some point -- are having caffeine and there is not going to have any -- Friends how come the FDA just told -- all we can go told them they have fifteen days to pull this off the shelf so obviously the people regulate this think that there is an issue.
There's a question about personal responsibility I have I crack myself but the company says they don't agree with the notion.
That mixing caffeine and alcohol is inherently unsafe it and comment on personal responsibility -- panel thank you.
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