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March 5 - Canada judge: Man not responsible for beheading
 
Article: Signs Of The Last Times
 
WINNIPEG, Manitoba A Canadian judge ruled Thursday that a man accused of beheading and cannibalizing a fellow Greyhound bus passenger is not criminally responsible due to mental illness. The decision means Chinese immigrant Vince Li will be treated in a mental institution instead of going to prison. The family of victim Tim McLean said Li got away with murder.

Both the prosecution and the defense argued Li can't be held responsible because he had schizophrenia and believed God wanted him to kill McLean because the young man was evil. "He did not appreciate the actions he committed were morally wrong," Scurfield said.

Li will be institutionalized without a criminal record and reassessed every year by a mental health review board to determine if he is fit for release.

Police said McLean's body parts were found throughout the bus in plastic bags, and the victim's ear, nose and tongue were found in Li's pocket. A psychiatrist called by the prosecution testified that Li cut up McLean's body because he believed that he would come back to life and take revenge.

After the trial, government prosecutor Joyce Dalmyn said people who are mentally ill should be treated, not convicted, when they don't know what they did was wrong.

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