“I think the results speak for themselves.”
He said he appealed to government officials, from members of Congress to former Secretary of State John Kerry, to help free his 22-year-old son, who was jailed for removing a propaganda poster in 2016.
Fred said he was told to stay quiet so as not to “upset” the North Koreans.
“We relied on this false premise that they would treat Otto fairly and let him go,” he said.
He noted that President Trump called him this week and said, “I’m sorry about the outcome.”
The elder Warmbier’s criticism came as doctors at the hospital in Cincinnati where the young man is being treated revealed he is suffering from severe injuries to his brain.Read more at NYPost