North Korea reportedly demanded $2 million to pay for Otto Warmbier's medical care

An American envoy reportedly agreed to pay the bill, but it's not clear if the money was sent.
0:24 | 04/26/19

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Nearly two years after the death of American college student auto warm beer sources are revealing that North Korea had demanded two million dollars to pay for is medical care before releasing him. An American arm boy reportedly agreed to pay the bill. But it's not clear if the money was ever sent warm beer have been sentenced to hard labor for allegedly trying to still a propaganda poster. He died six days after he was flown back to the US in a coma.

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