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Believing he was acting on orders from God, Vincent Li attacked a stranger on a Greyhound bus last summer, mutilating his victim before decapitating him and cannibalizing part of the body.

In a clear voice, Li pleaded not guilty Tuesday in Winnipeg to a charge of second-degree murder in the death of 22-year-old Timothy McLean of Winnipeg on a Greyhound bus in Manitoba last July.

The Crown and defence have agreed on a statement of facts read to the court on Tuesday that suggests Li was mentally ill at the time of the slaying.

And forensic psychiatrist Dr. Stanley Yaren gave evidence that Li was diagnosed as schizophrenic and suffering a major psychotic episode — tormented by auditory hallucinations — at the time of the killing.

Yaren, head of Manitoba's forensic psychiatry program, said Li was delusional,
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Added: Mar-4-2009 Occurred On: Mar-3-2009
By: CoolQcumber
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Tags: Trial, Greyhound, Beheading, Li,
Location: Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada (load item map)
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