Otto Warmbier’s father lashes out at North Korea, blasts Obama inaction

It’s a known fact folks, Odummer is a pr***. The father of Otto Warmbier, who was medically evacuated from North Korea earlier this week following more than a year in a coma, said Thursday that North Korea “brutalized” his son while holding him hostage as a “war criminal.”

Fred Warmbier also dismissed whatever efforts were made on behalf of his 22-year-old son by the Obama administration, which asked the family to keep a low profile when news of Otto’s arrest became public.

“The results speak for themselves,” he said in a news conference.

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At the same news conference a spokeswoman for the University of Cincinnati Medical Center reported that Otto suffered a “severe neurological injury” and was in “satisfactory” condition.

Warmbier said his son “fought to stay alive” while in capitivity since January 2016.

“Otto is a fighter,” he said. “I’m so proud of Otto, my son, who has been in a pariah regime for the last 18 months – brutalized and terrorized.”

“His spirit is with us and I can share his spirit with my spirit,” said Warmbier, who was wearing the very same light-colored blazer his son wore during his trial in North Korea in March 2016.

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Warmbier, a University of Virginia student, was detained on Jan. 2, 2016, at Pyongyang International Airport, while visiting the country as a tourist with Young Pioneer Tours. He was charged with stealing the sign from a staff-only floor in the Yanggakdo International Hotel in Pyongyang and committing “crimes against the state.” He was given a one-hour trial in March 2016, when the government presented fingerprints, CCTV footage and pictures of a political banner to make its case against the American student.

Warmbier was in a coma for “over a year.” The official added that the North Koreans told the U.S. that Warmbier contracted botulism and slipped into a coma after taking a sleeping pill. Neither the family nor doctors treating Warmbier have commented on that claim.

Foreigners who have been detained or imprisoned in the Hermit Kingdom often have a shared experience: confusion, forced confessions, communication blackouts and isolation.

Warmbier’s release leaves three U.S. citizens currently known to be held in North Korea: accounting professor Kim Sang Duk, businessman Kim Dong Chul and Kim Hak-Song, who worked at Pyongyang University.

 

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2 Comments

  1. janice

    Well What Do You Come To Expect From A Past Ex-president Odumma*$? No Action Over A Matter Of Importance! He Cared Less, So To Speak! He Told The Family, Keep A Low Profile When News Became Public Of Otto’s Arrest? Oh, In Other Word’s, So To Speak, Give The Other Country Time To Torture Him And Put Him In A Coma!

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