"There is no credible evidence that Jason consumed a Monster Energy
Drink the day of the incident. The evidence in this case shows the only
person that saw him with a drink that day was
"The sale and consumption of 12 billion Monster energy drinks worldwide over more than 12 years has shown that our products are safe. Contrary to allegations, they are not 'highly caffeinated' and they are not marketed to children. In fact, a 16-ounce Monster Energy drink contains less than half the caffeine than a 16-oz (Tall) cup of Starbucks brewed coffee. Monster's labels state: 'Not recommended for children, people sensitive to caffeine, pregnant women or women who are nursing.'"
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