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Doctors say North Korean prisoner Otto Warmbier had significant brain injury.
Former U. S. ambassador to the United Nations Bill Richardson is demanding answers from Pyongyang after an American held prisoner in North Korea for more than year was returned to the U. S. in a coma last week.
“North Korea has a lot of explaining to do. Why didn’t they notify the United States? Why didn’t they notify proper international medical authorities – the Swedish government that represents us?” Richardson told radio host John Catsimatidis in an interview aired Sunday on New York’s 970 AM.
“We know very little about this leader Kim Jong Un, except he’s an unpredictable brat, and might be cruel – might be awfully cruel – if our young man was treated the way he was, ” added Richardson, who served as governor of New Mexico after leaving the Clinton administration. 
Otto Warmbier, a 22-year-old college student, was released by North Korea last week after 17 months in prison.

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