30 356 FEDERAL SUPPLEMENT, 3d SERIES Sprint had not been paying fair market value for its entire use of the Site. Whatever the merits of that determination, the record here simply provides no basis for the Court to second-guess it. Therefore, the Court cannot conclude that BLM exceeded its statutory authority under the FLPMA merely by requiring Sprint to pay two separate fees in connection with these two separate rights-of-way. IV. Conclusion For all of the above reasons, in a separate Order, Defendants’ Motion for Summary Judgment (ECF No. 24) will be granted and Sprint’s Motion for Summary Judgment (ECF No. 23) will be denied. , Cynthia WARMBIER, et al., Plaintiffs, v. DEMOCRATIC PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF KOREA, Defendant. Civil Action No. 18-977 (BAH) United States District Court, District of Columbia. Signed 12/24/2018 ties Act (FSIA) to recover damages for their son’s torture, hostage taking, and extrajudicial killing. Parents moved for default judgment. Holdings: The District Court, Beryl A. Howell, Chief Judge, held that: (1) action fell within scope of FSIA’s terrorism exception; (2) there was sufficient evidence that North Korea tortured son to support invocation of FSIA’s terrorism exception; (3) there was sufficient evidence that North Korea took son hostage to support invocation of FSIA’s terrorism exception; (4) son’s death was ‘‘extrajudicial killing’’ within meaning of FSIA’s terrorism exception; (5) lost earnings award of $6,038,308 was warranted; (6) award of $15 million in compensatory damages for pain and suffering was warranted; (7) parents were entitled to solatium awards of $15 million each; and (8) parents and estate were entitled to punitive damages awards of $150 million each. Motion granted. 1. Federal Civil Procedure O2415 Background: Parents, individually and as personal representatives of their deceased son’s estate, brought action against Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (North Korea) under Foreign Sovereign Immuni- Default judgment must normally be viewed as available only when adversary process has been halted because of essentially unresponsive party. Fed. R. Civ. P. 55(b)(2). allows for the possibility that Sprint might have to pay additional fees for its use of the Site by requiring it to use the Site ‘‘in compliance with all applicable TTT regulations TTT of any governmental bodies and administrative agencies’’ and ‘‘obtain, at its own expense, any and all necessary licenses or permits TTT from such governmental authorities as shall have jurisdiction in connection with the construction, installation, operation, repair, alteration, or replacement of [its] equipment or with any of its activities thereon.’’ AR 965.