Here’s The Video Of The Heinous Crime That Got UVA Theta Chi Otto Warmbier 15 Years Hard Labor In North Korea

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Yup. We finally have video of the sinister transgression that will now have UVA Theta Chi Otto Warmbier slowly chipping away at mountains with an Andy Dufresne rock hammer for the next decade and a half.

Lock the kid up and throw away the key, Un. I’ve never seen such disregard for a nation by a visiting tourist. It’s as if he whipped out his giant American dong and pissed right on the supreme leader. He’s lucky to have his life spared by such a merciful ruler.

With that said, that red and white sign would have looked pretty dope in the Theta Chi chapter room.

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    1. Shut up Meg

      Should have just let Patton steamroll the commies from the Soviet Union, Mao and im sure he wouldve dropped trout across the Yalu in North Korea eventually as well.

      8 years ago at 1:14 pm
    1. AndrewsMomsAss

      I met Bigfoot on Match.com. Ha ha I’m going to put that on Facebook!

      8 years ago at 3:29 pm
  1. StoryTeller

    Prayers for this kid and his family but my mind just won’t let me feel that bad for him. I can’t comprehend why you’d go to a country that you know hates you for the simple fact that you’re American and would do anything to get one over on you.

    8 years ago at 1:14 pm
    1. TheGuy

      Yeah sad that it’s happening, but this kid is an idiot for even going to North Korea in the first place.

      8 years ago at 1:18 pm
    2. 1_Rugey_Jentelman

      I still can’t comprehend why people think that’s a valid, relevant reason to not feel bad for him and that it’s worth stating every single time this is mentioned.

      8 years ago at 1:23 pm
      1. NorthernKSGentleman

        Maybe I’d feel bad for him if he didn’t give that bs forced confession.

        8 years ago at 1:34 pm
      2. 1_Rugey_Jentelman

        Right… So you would have fought back while literally in the hands of the world’s most insane government? Where simply taking a sign off the wall has resulted in being held prisoner – and you now know includes the punishment of 15 years “hard labor,” and that only includes what’s been made public.

        8 years ago at 2:45 pm
      1. dcp123

        Meh. The sentence is a bargaining chip. He won’t serve anything like that before he’s freed in return for some plausibly deniable concession or payment by somebody definitely not acting on behalf of the US government. He should be thrown in jail here when he gets back for weakening the US government’s leverage against a vile dictator.

        8 years ago at 2:51 pm
  2. starsNbars

    This guy is a pussy. And shame on TFM for feeling sorry for him. Fucking softies.

    Let’s lay out the facts:

    1. He went to North Korea on his own will and accord.
    2. He stole a propaganda banner.
    3. He is a whiny bitch.

    Here’s a pro-tip: don’t travel to shitty countries (e.g., North Korea), commit a crime (no matter how “minor”) and bawl when there are repercussions.

    Hope this young man enjoys potato peel soup and cracking rocks in his new prison labor camp.

    8 years ago at 1:30 pm
      1. StockWithFrock

        It’s not about being a hater, you’re just a dick. Kid doesn’t deserve 15 years. That’s how much a child molester gets. Stealing a banner is not that severe of a transgression to warrant 15 years.

        8 years ago at 2:17 pm
      2. starsNbars

        You’re comparing apples to oranges. Child molesting might net you that in the US, yes. But we’re talking about North Korea here, bud.

        8 years ago at 2:33 pm
      3. 1_Rugey_Jentelman

        Yeah, and he’s an American being held prisoner. Also, he didn’t even steal the sign. It was only removed from the wall. And looking at the video, tell me how you would even prove that’s him. As for North Korea’s rationality, you believe they’ve provided fair and humane treatment thus far?

        8 years ago at 2:55 pm
      4. starsNbars

        He admitted he did.

        And no, they haven’t provided fair and humane treatment. As such, you’re proving my point — he shouldn’t have gone in the first place. That was his first mistake. We’re talking about a country here that is the laughing stock of the world with an insane ruler. You expect anything less?

        8 years ago at 4:09 pm
      5. 1_Rugey_Jentelman

        He admitted it in a forced and scripted apology… And he admitted to attempting to steal, but that sign was left on the floor for being too heavy or some shit. It was a crime of conspiring.
        And his dumb choice to go there isn’t a point, let alone a justifiable reason to accept this punishment for an asinine crime that he’s accused of failing to commit in the first place.
        Regardless, how do you find it acceptable to allow some pussy nation like North Korea to capture and basically torture one of your citizens?

        8 years ago at 10:43 pm
      6. dcp123

        The fact is that sooner or later, although it shouldn’t, the US or some private citizens supposedly acting on their own behalf will pay off the criminal gang masquerading as a nation and this piece of shit will be freed. I won’t feel bad for him unless he actually does a few years, which he won’t.

        8 years ago at 2:55 pm
      7. Garth Holliday

        I’m sure a child molester would be instantly put to death in NK, unless they are OK with that sort of thing.

        8 years ago at 3:30 pm
  3. Snake300

    F NK for sure. But like many have said, don’t go there in the first place and FOR SURE don’t break their laws. I’m torn because I want to send in Seal Team Six to lay waste, but I also don’t want Syrian terrorists thinking their justified in blowing our buildings up because one of their students committed the NBD offense (in their mind) of sleeping with an eight-year-old.

    8 years ago at 1:32 pm