What Happened To Otto Warmbier's Teeth At The Time Of His Death? Brutal Torture Of North Korea

( Source : Nytimes )

Otto Warmbier's Teeth At The Time Of His Death were not normal, his dentist has shared. Learn what w know about the case.

Otto Frederick Warmbier was a college student from the United States who was imprisoned in North Korea in 2016 on suspicion of subversion.

North Korea released him in a vegetative state in June 2017, and he died soon after.

What Happened To Otto Warmbier Teeth At The Time Of His Death?

Otto Warmbier's teeth were crooked at the time of his death. 

Murray Dock, M.D. Otto Warmbier's dentist discovered that he previously had straight teeth with no severe misalignment or crowding.

Dock noted in his declaration that after studying post-mortem dental photos, he "found major variations in the locations of Otto's... bottom four middle-most teeth."

In comparison to his teeth before traveling to North Korea, the teeth were "shifted backwards towards the tongue."

According to the report, 'Many American experts rushed on his case and shared he died of torture, claiming that 'they had concluded his teeth were dislocated and his gum bone was destroyed by physical force from outside.'

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Was Otto Warmbier Blind & Deaf?

Otto Warmbier was Blind & Deaf while returning to the US, but he was not born disabled.

Otto Warmbier, 22, died on June 19, 2017, barely six days after being evacuated from North Korea.

He was arrested in North Korea in January 2016 while on a sightseeing tour for reportedly attempting to steal a propaganda poster from a prohibited location.

In March 2016, he was convicted and sentenced to 15 years of hard labor after a one-hour trial.

He came in a state of "unresponsive wakefulness," according to doctors, and had sustained a "serious brain injury" of unknown etiology.

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Otto Warmbier Cause Of Death Detailed

Otto Warmbier died as a result of an unknown injury that caused a shortage of oxygen to the brain.

On-invasive interior scans revealed no evidence of skull fractures. Doctors hypothesized that the cause of death was a blood clot, pneumonia, sepsis, or kidney failure.

If Warmbier had botulism and was paralyzed, sleeping medications could have caused him to stop breathing.

The University of Cincinnati doctors detected no indications of botulism, but multiple neurologists noted that given the length of time before Warmbier's return to the United States, botulism cannot be ruled out.