Otto Warmbier Dies Days After Being Launched With The Aid Of North Korea

| AP Photo Otto Warmbier dies days after being released by North KoreaOtto Warmbier, the University of Virginia student who was recently freed back to the U.S. after being held captive in North Korea, passed away Monday, his parents said in a statement.
Story Continued Below“It is our sad duty to report that our son, Otto Warmbier, has completed his journey home,” the statement read.
Otto Warmbier’s parents said that when he returned to Cincinnati on June 13, he was unable to speak, see and react to verbal commands.
He was at home and we believe he could sense that.”Authors:This story tagged under: North Korea
However, they said the sentiments from his communities — those in his hometown and University of Virginia — showed how many people Warmbier touched during his life.

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