The man who beheaded a fellow passenger on a Greyhound bus in Manitoba in 2008 has been granted more freedoms from the hospital where he is living, this time in the form of unsupervised day passes to visit Winnipeg.
Tim McLean, 22, was stabbed and beheaded by Li aboard a Greyhound bus near Portage La Prairie, Man., on July 30, 2008.
The Manitoba Review Board, which released its decision on Friday afternoon, also said it may consider eventually allowing Li to live in a group home.
The review board said Li must continue to live at the Selkirk Mental Health Centre or at the PsychHealth unit at Winnipeg’s Health Sciences Centre. As well, he must continue taking his medication.
However, Li will be granted day passes to visit Winnipeg unsupervised as long as he carries a working cellphone with him — both for his own safety and that of the public.
Well he’s got to carry a a cell phone, so the family should just accept it.