OTTO WARMBIER'S DEATH DUE TO TORTURE IN NORTH KOREA
The State Department was not smart enough to prohibit travel to North Korea. Maybe they should read this site more often. Posted on 6/21/2017.
Otto Warmbier was a U.S. college student who, while visiting North Korea as a tourist in January 2016, was sentenced to 15 years of hard labor for trying to steal a propaganda poster. Warmbier fell into a coma a month after his imprisonment, and was released in June 2017, after nearly 18 months in captivity. According to North Korea, Warmbier's coma was a result of botulism and a sleeping pill, although U.S. physicians doubted that. He was diagnosed with "severe neurological injury. His father has said that he was "terrorized and brutalized." Warmbier died on June 19, 2017, six days after his return to the U.S. On the matrix below the axis term is WARMBIER. At the same skip are a transliteration of KOREA (next to his last name), KIM, and POISON. OTTO is at skip +1. Two rows under that is a different transliteration of KOREA immediately followed by BLOOD. An ELS of TORTURER touches AND HE DIED. AND HE DIED also touches the first transliteration of KOREA . As for Korea's claim of botulism poison, the word POISON twice touches an ELS of LIE. All this can be found in a newspaper, however this newspaper is about 3,300 year old.
STATISTICAL SIGNIFICANCE OF FIGURE 1. As per my usual protocol, no statistical significance was assigned to the axis term, here the 37th lowest ELS of WARMBIER. Normally I would not post an ELS rank this high. However while WARMBIER is 8 letters, the matrix also has his first name, OTTO, at skip +1 against odds of about 782 to 1 in the smaller matrix (390 letters) with a white background. Actually it only takes 208 letters to show both names. One transliteration of KOREA was found on the smaller matrix at a special case skip against odds of about 112 to 1, but this allows no extra value for the fact that it was just one column right of WARMBIER requiring only 18 letters to show both terms. Another transliteration of KOREA was found at skip +1 against odds of about 261 to 1. This allows no extra value for the fact that it was immediately followed by 2 letters that mean BLOOD. The values of other terms are shown on the spreadsheets with the top one dealing just with the 390 letters with a white background, and the bottom one for the 646 letters on the full matrix. Odds against either matrix are over a half billion to 1 after factoring in ELS rank 37 of the axis term.