Ohio Man Detained In North Korea For Having Bible In Hotel Room
Fowle’s attorney, Timothy Tepe, said the family will release a statement on Monday and could not comment before then, “given the sensitive nature of Jeff’s situation.”
“This is a very fluid situation that has just come to light and they need time to process it,” Tepe said.
Fowle is now the third American being held in North Korea. U.S. State Department strongly advises Americans not to travel to there because of such arbitrary detainment.