U.S. court orders N Korea to pay $501 million in U.S. student's death

By Lesley Wroughton

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Aint that their gdp?

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Really does not matter the size of the judgment. It is uncollectible.

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I agree with the ruling but as everyone is wondering, how are they going to enforce this judgement?

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It could be $1.00 or $500,000,001 it doesnt matter, this is purely PR stunt as there is no way the court in the US had any valid evidence to make a judgement like this.

Doesn't matter, as noted, it is uncollectabe.

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Had Warmbier been African American and murdered by cops in the States, I wonder what the judgement would've been.

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Kim is gonna laugh so hard that he might accidentally launch a Missile!!:-/

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The Otto Warmbier story is one of those haunting stories you never forget, especially since our so-called president fell in love with Un, despite the fact Mr. Warmbier arrived back home in a coma. His love affairs with dictators will ultimately be the demise of our country.

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Theatre of the absurd. What are they planning to do, seize DPRK assets in the States?

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Mr Warmbier made a terrible mistake by stealing in a regime that doesn’t tolerate them- especially from an American.


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Is Trump gonna bring that up to Kim if there's a next summit

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Why peoples are still going to N. Korea and doing stupid thing in there?

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