President Trump Responds To Death Of Otto Warmbier, Victim Of N Korea Regime

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Kim Jong Un may have bit off more than his chubby little cheeks can chew with this one. The American college student he sent home in a coma last week, Otto Warmbier, has died. The announcement was made in a statement released by his parents on Monday.

Warmbier had been held in a North Korean Prison for approximately 17 months, after being arrested for what the little troll with the stupid looking haircut termed as hostile acts against the state.  The offense which originally got him arrested was an attempt to steal a souvenir, a Korean propaganda poster.

That was a stupid thing to do, but we all do stupid things, especially college kids. It certainly wasn’t deserving of the penalty imposed, fifteen years of hard labor, nor the life-ending coma from brain damage that occurred most likely as the result of repeated abuse and torture at the hands of his captors.

Hopefully the autopsy will provide information as to exactly what kind of mistreatment led him to the deteriorated mental state he was in and ultimately his untimely death. Doctors who examined him on his arrival revealed that Warmbier had suffered “severe injuries to all regions of the brain.” He remained completely unresponsive up until the time he passed away.

The family statement read,  “The awful torturous mistreatment of our son received at the hands of the North Koreans ensured that no other outcome was possible beyond the sad one we experienced today. He has completed his journey home.”

President Donald Trump expressed his condolences to the family in an official statement, saying, “Melania and I offer our deepest condolences to the family of Otto Warmbier on his untimely passing.  There is nothing more tragic for a parent than to lose a child in the prime of life.  Our thoughts and prayers are with Otto’s family and friends, and all who loved him.”

President Trump added, “Otto’s fate deepens my Administration’s determination to prevent such tragedies from befalling innocent people at the hands of regimes that do not respect the rule of law or basic human decency. The United States once again condemns the brutality of the North Korean regime as we mourn its latest victim.”

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9 Comments on President Trump Responds To Death Of Otto Warmbier, Victim Of N Korea Regime

  1. Lee Welter // June 20, 2017 at 12:18 pm // Reply

    Read ESCAPE FROM CAMP 14 to learn more about the abuses to humanity by the obese psychopath.

  2. My prayers for Otto and his family.

  3. Deplorable Doctor // June 20, 2017 at 10:38 am // Reply

    Maybe the CIA can take out Kim Jong Un?

  4. I would love to have 5 minutes with those goose stepping little m/f pipsqueaks and reciprocate in kind.

  5. I cannot wait until we stomp those people in to the very ground their miserable live exist on. RIP Otto.

  6. Debra Prisk // June 20, 2017 at 7:50 am // Reply

    why would anyone go to North Korea in the first place. Look…if anyone goes to any of these God forsaken countries, know that we won’t save you. You are responsible for your own destiny. Stay in America otherwise your on your own.

    • The Norks offer lots of ‘treat-you-like-royalty’ incentive to college foreigners, especially at liberal colleges, to go there and view their propaganda videos and museums about “how eeeebil” an empire America is (similar to what the USSR did to infect our universities), however you ARE still subject to their laws, unlike if you went to say Iran or Saudi Arabia where you’d be treated with kids’ gloves until you made the mistake of thinking the treatment would continue after you became a citizen. So on that note it’s analogous to going to Malaysia but being caught with pot.

      Wouldn’t doubt they thought he was a CIA agent trying to plant bugs while he was removing posters. They’re ultra-paranoid about that.

      He got off light though, they sent him to the political detention camp 22, and not one of the coal mining plants (where foreigners of less-important nations that don’t care about their citizens would go)

      President Trump’s greatest move so far was probably stealing China’s coal contract away. Not only does it save America’s coal industry til China decides to join the modern world, it saves Korea’s people as well.

      The coal camps kill 14 TIMES the amount of people the INTENTIONAL INTERNMENT camps do. Partly because China’s appetite for coal is so large slave labour is the only way to keep up, so on top of the already horrid conditions you find in the political camp, there’s also 12 hour work shifts, black lung, accidents, cave-ins, extreme heat exhaustion leading to death by heart attack or dehydration, and child labourers to contend with. Many of the smaller camps don’t even get masks or gloves.

      Being beaten into a coma and dying is basically one of North Korea’s lighter punishments.

  7. While in a coma, he did not suffer… God held him in His hands. And now Otto has gone home to be with his Father. My prayers go out to his parents, family and friends.

  8. Unconstrained power over others leads to complete control over actions, speech, and thought, every cell of the bodies of the oppressed.

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