Man who beheaded fellow bus passenger wins supervised walks
Published 06/03/2010, Canadian Press
Less than two years after he stabbed and beheaded a fellow passenger on a Greyhound bus, Vince Li may get his first small taste of freedom. But there are a couple of hurdles still in the way. The Criminal Code Review Board of Manitoba approved a plan Thursday to let Li walk around the grounds of Selkirk Mental Health Center as long as he is escorted by two staff members.Word count: 646
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