I'm thinking so, too. You don't go psycho like that on a total stranger. Well, unless you're totally psycho.<br><br><br><br><br><br><br>[color:white]xx</font color=white>[color:blue]I always deserve it. Really.</font color=blue><br><br>
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Humm<br><br>The CNN take one witness said the killer got off the bus and had a smoke with a female then re boarded - The Globe and Mail witness said both the killer and victim got off the bus had a smoke and re boarded. <-- big difference<br><br>This guy is totally drug induced psycho - IMO a revenge stabbing he would have follow the victim off the bus and killed him in a spot where theres no witnesses , like most psycho serial killers or off the bus where he could make a run for it.<br><br>I think this guy was on some serious drugs or combination of serious drugs and flipped out and became compulsive oblivious to his surroundings.<br><br>
Well, the guy, definitely had a troubled child hood. Obviously was not allowed to nurse his mother long enough if at all. He most likely was abused, also, as a child and in school not able to keep up with the other classmates who definitely bullied him. Down in the States we understand folks like him and have a forgiving heart and would help him overcome these aggressive tendencies. I hope he can get the help that is needed up there in Canada so he can enter society and become a productive member again. Maybe he can become a sociologist, himself and help others who have minor misshapes such as he did. <br><br>Just my opinion. I could be wrong. <br><br>dave<br><br>
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C'mon, people! It's pretty obvious the killer was a pi$$ed off hockey fan! Sh!t like that happens ALL the time, up here. We're loonie!!!<br><br>- alec -<P ID="edit"><FONT SIZE=-1><EM>Edited by Mississauga on 08/01/08 05:14 AM (server time).</EM></FONT></P>
This morning, it reminded me of ~<br><br>Cop: "Where are you from?" <br>John Ryder: "Disneyland."<br><br> Great. I just creeped myself out and I haven't even finished my coffee. <br><br><br><br> <br><br><br>[color:white]xx</font color=white>[color:blue]I always deserve it. Really.</font color=blue><br><br>
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You may have something there about Canuckis. <br><br>Still, the idea that insanity is not an unfortunate fact of life for many human beings seems to me a little strange. I haven't personally experienced insanity, but I've seen it pretty close up and personal, in my mother to be precise, when I was 15 and 16 and 17 and 18 and she was undergoing nervous breakdown after nervous breakdown, culminating in full-blown schizophrenia, clearly connected to chemical changes that she was undergoing as part of menopause (not that menopause by itself was the sole cause, but certainly it was a major contributing factor). During that period of time she did things that were simply unbelievable. Nothing criminal, but bordering on it. For instance, she saw visions and heard voices that told her to do things that normally she would never ever have done. Once they told her that our cat was an avatar of Satan and that she had to throw it out of the house and if it tried to get back in the house, she should dump cold water on it. Keep in mind that this was in mid-February in the pre-global-warming days up here in PA. Fortunately my step-father woke up in time to keep the cat from freezing to death.<br><br>So let me ask a question: if criminal culpability depends on intent and volition, how do we accommodate people who act on the basis of voices and visions . . . how should the legal system engage people who are insane? Should insanity simply be ignored? Should people who act on the basis of voices and visions, like my mother did, be held criminally responsible?<br><br>[color:red]</font color=red> [color:orange]</font color=orange> [color:yellow]</font color=yellow> [color:green]</font color=green> [color:blue]</font color=blue> [color:purple]</font color=purple>
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I've been following this nightmare since yesterday afternoon.<br>This is a scary, scary stuff.<br>I don't think the victim and his assailant knew each other.<br><br>The killer was sitting in the front of the bus and then he moved to the back to sit next to his victim.<br>The victim was napping as the attack began. <br>One of the passenger's described the sound as that of a dog howling.<br><br>This is Freddy Krueger, Jason Voorhees type stuff but for real.<br><br>There are a number of heros in this incident. <br>The truck driver gets kudos for providing the passengers with hammers, crowbars, and wenches to protect themselves.<br><br>The victim is 22 year old Tim McLean of Winnipeg.<br><br>The assailant is 40 year old Vince Weiguang Li of Edmonton. <br>Li is charged with 2nd degree murder and is expected in court at 10 a.m. (MDT) this morning.<br><br><br><br> <br><br><br><br>
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I think society is only willing to accept that someone is not responsible for their actions to the extent that society is willing to take up that responsibility on their behalf - and that's not as far as it should be.<br><br>[color:purple]A lopsided man runs best along the little side-hills of success<br>- Frank Moore Colby</font color=purple>
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