Sunday, June 25, 2017
North Korea "murdered Otto Warmbier"
"North Korea murdered Otto Warmbier and a fierce response is needed, says a prominent expert on China and North Korea.
But he warns the increasingly belligerent actions of the communist regime are a result of the U.S. failing to hold it accountable for more than two decades.
Earlier this month, North Korea released Warmbier after imprisoning him for 16 months. He spent the vast majority of that time in a coma and died just days after returning to Ohio. North Korea claimed Warmbier’s coma stemmed from a bout of botulism and that he was released on humanitarian grounds." Doctors say no botulism was found.
Read about it... and what Gordon Chang, a leading scholar on China and North Korea and the author of “Nuclear Showdown: North Korea Takes on the World, has to say.