What is wrong with people part 2

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» Fri Aug 01, 2008 9:27 am
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TORONTO - Police on Friday identified the man who witnesses say stabbed and beheaded a passenger aboard a Greyhound bus traveling across the Canadian Prairies.

Sgt. Brian Edmonds said that 40-year-old Vince Weiguang Li, of Edmonton, Alberta, has been charged with second degree murder. Li is due to appear in court Friday.

Friends identified the victim as Tim McLean, a 22-year-old carnival worker. Authorities have not released his name and Edmonds would not confirm his identity. An autopsy is scheduled for Friday.

William Caron, 23, said his brother was supposed to pick McLean up at the bus depot in Winnipeg. When McLean did not show up his brothers went to McLean's father's house, where they learned of his murder, he said.

Victim remembered
Friends started a Facebook group called "R.I.P. Tim" after news of the attack.

"He was a great person, he was kind, thoughtful, and he did not deserve this. I feel for his parents and sisters and his lil bro," Jossiee Kehleer wrote.

Caron said McLean was quiet, though he liked to socialize with friends. He was small — about 5-foot-4 and 130 pounds — and tended to stay away from a fight, he said.

"From what I hear, this other guy is three times his size," Caron said. "All the time I've known Tim, he's never been the type of guy to get into a fight with. He always kept to himself when there's strangers around."

Witnesses said the victim was stabbed dozens of times in the apparently unprovoked attack Wednesday night aboard the bus as it traveled a desolate stretch of the TransCanada Highway about 12 miles from Portage La Prairie, Manitoba.

They said the attacker then severed his seat mate's head, displayed it and then began cutting up the body as passengers fled in horror.

Garnet Caton, who was sitting just one seat in front of the two men, said he did not hear the two speak to each other before the attack. Caton said the victim appeared to be sleeping with headphones on when his seat mate suddenly began stabbing him repeatedly.

"We heard this bloodcurdling scream and turned around, and the guy was standing up, stabbing this guy repeatedly, like 40 or 50 times," Caton said from a hotel in Brandon, Manitoba, where he and other horrified passengers were taken.

Caton said the driver stopped the bus when he became aware of the attack and passengers raced off. A short while later, Caton said he re-boarded along with the bus driver and a trucker who had stopped to see what was happening.

He said the suspect had the victim on the floor of the bus and "was cutting his head off" with a large hunting knife.

'No rage or anything'
"When he was attacking him, he was calm ... like he was at the beach," said Caton. "There was no rage or anything. He was just like a robot stabbing the guy."

The attacker turned toward them and the three men quickly left the bus, blocking the door as the attacker slashed at them through an opening. Caton said the driver disabled the vehicle after the attacker tried to drive it away.

As the three guarded the door with a crow bar and a hammer, the attacker went back to the body and calmly came to the front of the bus to show off the head, Caton said.

Cody Olmstead, another passenger, said the man "dropped the head and went back and started cutting the body." Olmstead said the man later use the head to taunt police.

Olmstead said many were watching the movie "The Legend of Zorro" when the violence erupted.

Greyhound spokeswoman Abby Wambaugh said there were 37 passengers aboard.

The victim had been on the Winnipeg, Manitoba-bound bus since Edmonton. Caton said the attacker boarded the bus in Brandon, Manitoba, about 80 miles west of Portage La Prairie.

The suspect had been on the bus about an hour and initially did not sit near the victim, Caton said. But he changed seats after a rest stop.

"He sat in the front at first, everything was normal," Caton said.

"We went to the next stop and he got off and had a smoke with another young lady there. When he got on the bus again, he came to the back near where I was sitting.

"He put his bags in the overhead compartment. He didn't say a word to anybody. He seemed totally normal," Caton said. "About a half an hour later, we heard this bloodcurdling scream."
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» Fri Aug 01, 2008 10:49 am
I read about this online yesterday and saw it also on a few other boards.
It's pretty disgusting. These are the kind of things you don't expect to happen in rural Canada much less anywhere else....
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» Fri Aug 01, 2008 8:40 pm
Back in medieval times, that murder would have been chopped up very slowly, the whole time still alive and feeling the pain, everybody in the town watching and the example set.

People like that have mental problems obviously, some sort of reality misconception and in a near perfect society, such individuals would be identified by those that know them and treated by drugs, counselling, whatever.

Really disturbing shiit
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» Fri Aug 01, 2008 8:51 pm
I hope he gets his sh*t pushed in once he goes to prison.
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» Sat Aug 02, 2008 8:22 pm
speakonitgod wrote:I hope he gets his sh*t pushed in once he goes to prison.

i hope he gets worse than that for decapitating a dude, ever see american me? you know the prison scene with the pruno and knife in the ass? lol
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» Sat Aug 02, 2008 9:28 pm
RobDIKUM wrote:
speakonitgod wrote:I hope he gets his sh*t pushed in once he goes to prison.

i hope he gets worse than that for decapitating a dude, ever see american me? you know the prison scene with the pruno and knife in the ass? lol

american me is some good ****

anyways what the hell was that guys problem i think that defnetaly beats a loser kid trying to play batman

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