CNA Assignment Week 5

Otto Warmbier’s body showed no signs of torture, coroner’s reports says

After examining the body of 22-year-old Otto Warmbier, the coroner said that there were no signs of torture evident after Warmbier’s 15 month imprisonment in North Korea. His cause of death was ruled to be brain damage caused by lack of oxygen, presumably from a head injury that happened over a year ago. North Korea denied torturing Warmbier while he was there.

Netflix wants to make it easier to binge-watch on planes

Netflix announced on Monday that, in early 2018, they would offer low-broadband mobile networks to airlines so passengers could stream shows and movies during flight. The company wants to expand their viewer base, and following through with this plan would help them achieve that. This new plan would allow airlines to offer cheap, or free, Wi-Fi services for passengers.

Paul Horner, Famous Fake News Writer, Found Dead at Age 38

Paul Horner, a leading writer of fake news during the 2016 presidential election, was found dead in his home on Sep. 18, with evidence showing that his death could have possibly been caused by an accidental drug overdose. Horner was known for his false stories, particularly those involving the presidential race between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. His brother, J.J., said that Paul considered his work to be satirical in nature.

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