Vince Li, perpetrator of grisly Greyhound beheading, granted absolute discharge - Washington Times: A Canadian man who killed, decapitated and partially consumed the flesh of a fellow Greyhound passenger during a 2008 bus ride was granted an absolute discharge Friday, effectively reestablishing his freedom following several years of treatment at a Manitoba mental heath facility.
The Manitoba Criminal Code Review Board agreed Friday to discharge Will Lee Baker, formerly known as Vince Li, after a review board determined he was not a threat to public safety.
Baker stabbed and beheaded Tim McLean, a 22-year-old carnival barker, during a July 30, 2008 bus ride in Manitoba. Passengers later recalled fleeing the vehicle and watching from outside as Baker manipulated McLean’s body and consumed some of his remains.
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