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Fourteen-year-old Anais Fournier is seen in this undated family handout photo taken in Hagerstown, Maryland. Monster Energy drink is being sued by the family of Fournier, who died after drinking two cans of Monster Energy drink in a 24-hour period. REUTERS/Photo courtesy of the Fournier family/Handout

Fourteen-year-old Anais Fournier is seen in this undated family handout photo taken in Hagerstown, Maryland. Monster Energy drink is being sued by the family of Fournier, who died after drinking two cans of Monster Energy drink in a 24-hour period....more

Fourteen-year-old Anais Fournier is seen in this undated family handout photo taken in Hagerstown, Maryland. Monster Energy drink is being sued by the family of Fournier, who died after drinking two cans of Monster Energy drink in a 24-hour period. REUTERS/Photo courtesy of the Fournier family/Handout
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Two cans of Monster Energy drink are pictured in this photo-illustration shot in Los Angeles October 22,2012. REUTERS/Fred Prouser

Two cans of Monster Energy drink are pictured in this photo-illustration shot in Los Angeles October 22,2012. REUTERS/Fred Prouser

Two cans of Monster Energy drink are pictured in this photo-illustration shot in Los Angeles October 22,2012. REUTERS/Fred Prouser
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