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#1 Chinese immigrant cannibalized victum in bus beheading, dined on victim
08-05-2008, 06:20 PM
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Chinese immigrant cannibalized victum in bus beheading And dined on victim
Prosecutors said he appeared to be eating pieces of his victim when police surrounded the bus .
"This Sounds more and more like an Michael Slade Book !"
OTTAWA (AFP) — A Chinese immigrant who stabbed, gutted and beheaded a fellow passenger on a bus traveling across Canada last week also cannibalized the victim and pocketed his nose, lips and ear, a court heard Tuesday.
In his pants' pocket, police found several body parts sliced from the victim's face, said prosecutors.
Vince Weiguang Li, 40, of Edmonton faces a second-degree murder charge in the horrific case. The victim has been identified by friends as Tim McLean, a young man of 22 years who was returning home to Winnipeg from a job as a carnival worker in Edmonton in Western Canada.
According to reports, McLean had been asleep, his cheek pressed against the window of the bus when his assailant struck suddenly, stabbing him repeatedly in the chest with a "big Rambo knife."
After a three-hour standoff, Li tossed a knife and scissors out of a broken window of the bus, jumped out and was subdued by police, the court heard.
Prosecutors said he appeared to be eating pieces of his victim when police surrounded the bus on a desolate highway about 90 kilometers (55 miles) west of Winnipeg last week immediately following the July 30 attack.
In his second court appearance, Li was overheard saying "please kill me," his interim...
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08-05-2008, 07:21 PM
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Accused chatted with victim's co-worker Prior to decapitation, Vince Li sat with victim's colleague
WINNIPEG - The seeds for Tim McLean's brutal murder on board a Greyhound bus last week may have been planted when the man accused of his murder, Vince Li, spent nearly an hour chatting up the victim's co-worker during their ride through western Manitoba, the Winnipeg Free Press has learned.
Li, 40, took a seat at the front of the bus beside a woman named Stacy after getting on board in Brandon. The pair chatted and were even seen smoking together during a rest stop.
As the bus resumed its ill-fated journey towards Winnipeg, Li suddenly moved to the back of the bus and sat beside McLean, who was listening to his headphones and apparently asleep.
Vince Li, the accused in last week's beheading on a Greyhound bus in Manitoba, took a seat at the front of the bus beside a woman who claimed to be the victim's coworker after getting on board in Brandon. The pair chatted and were even seen smoking together during a rest stop.
Font:****Moments later, McLean was being repeatedly stabbed until he was decapitated. Horrified passengers fled the bus but managed to lock the killer inside the bus.
McLean's family and friends don't believe Li's change-of-seating was a coincidence. And they question why he was charged with second-degree murder and not first-degree murder, which indicates planning and premeditation.
"I have this unbelievably strong feeling that him sitting beside Stacy had something to do with this," McLean's former girlfriend, Alexandra Storey, told the Free Press in an exclusive interview Monday.
Tim and Stacy had become friends while working together at various western Canadian fairs through North American Midway Entertainment.
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