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Otto Warmbier's father

Otto Warmbier's father describes what it felt like when his son came home from a North Korean prison in a coma.

06/15/2017 12:00 AM
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  • Mike M.
    06/17/2017 10:23

    Obama didn't do crap

  • Trent R.
    06/17/2017 04:36

    "obviously he's brilliant" -Steals propaganda poster from one of most oppressive regimes in the world.

  • MaryAnn S.
    06/17/2017 00:00

    Hope the family looks into cranial sacral treatment.

  • Ammar A.
    06/16/2017 23:17

    He cried like a bitch. Amazing my ass

  • Sandyy L.
    06/16/2017 18:02

    Stephanie Lao

  • Chelsea M.
    06/16/2017 17:20

    Maybe he should have read "Escape From Camp 14" or "Nothing To Envy". Since I did I wouldn't step foot anywhere near the boarder let alone try to break THEIR laws if I ever found myself there 😳😅 as bizarre as they may seem to us something as small as taking a grain of rice could send you for a lifetime in a prison camp. Best to just stay away from places like these ✌🏻

  • Tyler C.
    06/16/2017 17:02

    Your dumbshit son tried to steal government propaganda from a country notorious for being unhinged. Be happy he wasn't executed by firing squad

  • Christine L.
    06/16/2017 15:45

    He was complaining about his son not receiving top notch medical care in North Korea? The life expectancy is 68 yeard old and 65% of all deaths result ftom malnutrition or communicable dieases. So what kind of medical care did he expect to get? He probably did get botulism, from an old can of beans. If they not feeding their own people, he was not going to get filet mignon.

  • Liza T.
    06/16/2017 13:25

    Omg a coma for 15 months!?!?!?

  • Marcos G.
    06/16/2017 12:45

    dont break the law

  • Mario P.
    06/16/2017 11:50

    Somebody has to pay what goes around comes around liberty and justice for all it shouldhave sent him to Cuba

  • Jacob W.
    06/16/2017 11:37

    Play stupid games; win stupid prizes. Maybe you should have taught him not to be an entitled dumbass dad....

  • Stephanie M.
    06/16/2017 10:17

    Why was he there?

  • Jennifer S.
    06/16/2017 09:42

    Can someone catch me up? What was he doing in NK? He was a missionary? And he stole? Is that the gist? Thanks for saving me the Google.

  • Pedro T.
    06/16/2017 08:39

    This will teach the next western law breaker

  • Coley N.
    06/16/2017 07:37

    Ok. I feel bad for the guy, but here's the thing. His son went to a country known for punishing 3 generations of a family for "disrespecting" said country's leader.....and proceeded to break a law in this country. When you go to another country, you have to follow their laws, no matter how ridiculous you think they are. In North Korea, what this kid did is a serious offense and he was punished less severely than one of their own citizens would be punished for the same offense. I'm sorry, but your son's fate is his fault, man.

  • Hailey A.
    06/16/2017 05:33

    Americans go on and on about assimilation but don't understand the concept that their laws don't apply in other places too and that you do need to follow the laws of the country you're in. Or did you all forget about that? Not saying the punishment fit the crime or that he deserved that treatment but he did do it to himself knowing the things they do

  • Jamal D.
    06/16/2017 05:28

    Thank god he is home...

  • Susan G.
    06/16/2017 04:07

    My heart goes out to the parents

  • Madja O.
    06/16/2017 03:49

    Dad is freakish! Dry, eerie and talks about his son in the past! What the hell, no emotions!