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I can tell you that today at the University of Cincinnati Medical Center, Otto is in stable condition but has suffered a severe neurological injury.>> We went for fifteen months without a word from or about Otto. It was only a week ago that we were informed that the North Korean government now claims he was in a coma for almost all of that time.
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Even if you believe their explanation of botulism and a sleeping pill causing the coma, and we don't. There is no excuse for any civilized nation to have kept his condition secret, and denied him top notch medical care for so long. I'm so proud of Otto, my son, who has been in a pariah regime for the last 18 months brutalized and terrorized, and he is now home with his family.
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And I'm just tremendously proud of Otto. His spirit is with us, and I can share my spirit with his spirit. And I'm just so happy for that.>> Yes ma'am.