Greyhound killer Li granted walks

CBC News

Vince Li, the man who stabbed and beheaded a passenger aboard a Greyhound bus, has won the right to have escorted walks.

The Criminal Code Review Board of Manitoba has approved a plan to let Li walk around the grounds of the Selkirk Mental Health Centre, just north of Winnipeg, as long as he is escorted by two staff members.

The passes will start at 15 minutes and increase incrementally to a maximum of one hour, twice daily, according to the review board’s written decision.

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