Coroner's Report Adds Mystery To Death Of N. Korea Detainee Otto Warmbier

A coroner's report on Otto Warmbier released Wednesday showed no signs of torture, contrary to claims his parents made Tuesday that he was severely injured after returning from imprisonment in North Korea and leaving questions unanswered about what he experienced while being held there.

U.S. President Donald Trump, whose feud with Pyongyang has escalated in recent months, praised the Warmbier family's interview on Twitter and reiterated that Warmbier was indeed "tortured beyond belief by North Korea".

The coroner also found Otto's overall condition to be "well-developed, well-nourished", noting only there had been a collection of scars on his body.

Warmbier, a student at the University of Virginia, was convicted of trying to steal a propaganda poster from a Pyongyang hotel in March 2016, was sentenced to 15 years hard labour, but was freed on 15 June.

Otto Warmbier died in a coma in OH in June - only a week after returning from North Korea where he spent months under Kim Jong-un's wrath. The doctors said that after initial examination, Warmbier was neurologically "in unresponsive vigilance". They're terrorists." Fred Warmbier, Otto's father, added: "They kidnapped Otto.

The parents described the condition his family found him in when they went aboard an air ambulance that arrived June 13 in Cincinnati.

North Korea accused the Trump administration Thursday of exploiting the death of Otto Warmbier for political gain.

"The teeth are natural and in good fix", while his nose and ears show "no remarkable adjustment", according to the report. He was blind. He was deaf. The coroner determined the cause of death to be a brain damage due to a lack of oxygen, but the exact manner of death was "undetermined".

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Responding to the claims about Mr Warmbier's teeth, Ms Sammarco said she was "surprised" at the parents' statement. "In the end, we don't know what happened to him", she said.

In response to a question at the news conference, the coroner said there was no evidence of trauma to Warmbier's teeth nor was there evidence of broken bones.

FILE - In this June 22, 2017, file photo, Fred and Cindy Warmbier watch as the casket for their son Otto is placed in a hearse after his funeral in Wyoming, Ohio.

"We see North Korea claiming to be a victim and the world is picking on them, and we're here to tell you North Korea is not a victim", Fred stated.

Fred Warmbier told Fox & Friends he blames the North Korean government for his son's death.

A forensic dentist examined the images, specifically the lower teeth and mandible, Sammarco said.

A coroner's report gives a cause of death for a young Ohioan detained for more than a year by North Korea, but couldn't determine what led to his fatal brain damage.