'A change has to be made': mother of bus killing victim
Last Updated: Thursday, October 9 CBC News
The mother of a Manitoba man who was brutally killed on a Greyhound bus this summer says it is "not acceptable" that the man charged in her son's death could be found not criminally responsible, and be put in an institution rather than receive a prison sentence.
Carol De Delley, whose 22-year-old son, Tim McLean, was killed on a Greyhound bus near Portage la Prairie, Man., in July, is trying to raise awareness about the case. (CBC)In an exclusive interview with CBC News, Tim McLean's mother, Carol De Delley, said she's worried about the outcome of the case involving Vince Li, who has been charged with second-degree murder.
"The question has become: treatment or punishment? I think it needs to be both," she said.
McLean, a 22-year-old carnival worker, was on his way home from Alb