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Will Baker has schizophrenia and was found not criminally responsible.
Will Baker, formerly known as Vince Li, was found not criminally responsible for the killing of Tim McLean in 2008.
Li will leave the group home where he now lives.
Vince Li appeared before a Criminal Code Review Board on Monday under the new name of Will Baker.
The establishment of a Mental Health Commission of Canada (MHCC) by the Harper Tories in 2007 has been seen as a progressive step towards ensuring that those with mental illnesses begin to receive the same level of health care as those with other illnesses. But, in my opinion, it was nothing more than a clever ploy to make it look like something positive was finally being done. Those who suffer from mental illness deserve the same level of care and treatment as those who suffer with other illnesses. No society can call itself progressive when it allows such needless suffering as those with mental illnesses, addictions and their families do.
Thursday's ruling by the Criminal Code Review Board means Vince Li will be on his own in public for the first time since
WINNIPEG - A man who beheaded and then ate parts of a fellow passenger on a Greyhound bus almost six years ago might soon
Vince Li, who beheaded a fellow passenger aboard a Greyhound bus in Manitoba nearly four years ago, believed he was chosen
Vincent Li, the schizophrenic man who decapitated Tim Maclean on a Greyhound bus in 2008, met with the Manitoba Criminal Review Board on Monday for his case to be reviewed. Most likely Li will be given access into the community and in the months ahead, he will obtain eventual freedom. Meanwhile, legislators have unfortunately looked the other way.
Greyhound bus killer Vince Li is now allowed to go on short, escorted outings from the Manitoba mental hospital where he