North Korean leaders killed Otto Warmbier, plain and simple.
Otto Warmbier has died, University of Cincinnati Medical Center announced Monday.
Warmbier died at 2:20 p.m. Monday, days after he was released from captivity in North Korea.
In a statement, family members said Warmbier had been unable to speak, see or react to verbal commands since his return to Cincinnati June 13.
“He looked very uncomfortable – almost anguished,” family members said. “Although we would never hear his voice again, within a day the countenance of his face changed – he was at peace. He was home and we believe he could sense that.”
To make things worse, North Korea has shown zero remorse for their…