Otto Warmbier's parents: "to say he was in a coma it's unfair"

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New details revealed in the coroner's report for college student Otto Warmbier deepens the mystery surrounding his death after his release from North Korea in June.

The report, which was carried out by coroner Dr. Gretel Stephens, also notes that his nose and ears show "no remarkable alteration" and that "the teeth are natural and in good fix", contrary to Fred Warmbier's statement on Tuesday that his son's mouth looked as through "someone had taken a pair of pliers and rearranged his bottom teeth".

The report also said his body was "well-nourished" and that his teeth were "original and well-formed", the Enquirer reported, a difference from reports by his parents that his teeth looked like they had been crudely rearranged.

Warmbier's parents could not be reached for comment on the coroner's report. The University of Virginia student let out a "howling, involuntary, inhuman" sound that sent his mother and sister running from the aircraft.

The cause of death, according to the report, was brain damage from a lack of oxygen - "due to an unknown insult more than year prior to death". She says extensive medical imaging and a CT scan showed Warmbier's body was in excellent condition for somebody bedridden for a year.

On the other hand, a local newspaper in the United States contradicts Warmbier's parents' by publishing a report created by the doctor who pronounced his death.

His hands and legs were "totally deformed", Cindy Warmbier said.

Both the investigator and the coroner's report cited complications of chronic deficiency of oxygen and blood supply to the brain in Warmbier's death.

"His neurological condition can be best described as a state of "unresponsive wakefulness", he said.

Doctors found no evidence of trauma after examining all of Warmbier's bones. They're terrorists." Fred Warmbier, Otto's father, added: "They kidnapped Otto. Doctors found no signs this was the case. The native of Wyoming, Ohio, near Cincinnati, was arrested during a tourist visit to the reclusive communist country.

The coroner's report, completed earlier this month, was conducted without an autopsy at the request of Warmbier's parents.

"When you're not familiar with patients who have that kind of brain damage, I think it's going to be alarming", she said.

Still, Wecht said it would be hard to determine what caused Warmbier's brain damage, especially in someone who had been that way for such a long time.

"One of a few things likely happened here - and we may never know, especially if there's no autopsy", Gupta, who is also a member of the American College of Forensic Examiners and a practicing neurosurgeon, said in June.

"They destroyed him", Cindy Warmbier said.

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