Warmbier, who is Jewish, was flown out of Pyongyang in a coma and was believed to have been tortured.
“He tells me he didn’t know about it, and I take him at his word.”
“I was scared because if they open it they’ll see the religious parchment and it would be very dangerous,” Alfasi said of the tefillin.
North Korea didn’t contest the case, according to Bloomberg, which could mean the country may refuse to pay the damages.
He’s following Trump’s lead on North Korea’s tourism potential.
Kushner did not have a security clearance at the time.
The classified report from Israel stated that changes in North Korean policy will be long and slow, if at all— despite Trump’s optimistic statements.
The tweet reportedly accused Israel of trying to sabotage Tuesday’s summit in Singapore between President Trump and Kim Jong Un.
“Without Otto this would not have happened,” Trump said after the summit. Warmbier died after sustaining brain damage in Korean captivity.
President Trump also said that Warmbier, who was released from captivity with severe brain damage, “has not died in vain.”