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Tim McLean left Edmonton at 12 a.m. on July 30, 2008, on board a Greyhound Bus, destined for Winnipeg. At 7 p.m. the bus left one of the scheduled stops with a new passenger, Vincent Weiguang Li. Li, a tall man, with shaved head and sunglasses, sat near the front of the bus but moved next to McLean following a scheduled rest stop. McLean proceeded to fall asleep with his headphones on. Suddenly there was a blood-curdling scream and Li was standing over McLean stabbing him repeatedly in the neck with a huge knife. McLean struggled and tried to escape but couldn't as Li was blocking the aisle. The bus driver pulled to the side of the road as screaming, panicked passengers fled the bus. The driver and two other men tried to rescue McLean but were chased away by Li, who slashed wildly at them from behind the locked bus doors. Li then decapitated McLean and displayed his severed head to passengers outside. Li began severing body parts and eating McLean's flesh. By 9 p.m. Police were in a stand-off with Li, who taunted police, continuing cannibalizing and defiling the corpse. At 1:30 a.m. Li tried to escape out a window and was tasered and arrested. Body parts of the victim were found in plastic bags on the bus while one ear, the nose and the tongue were found in Li's pockets. McLean's eyes and part of his heart were missing. Li, his face bloody, pleaded with officers, "I'm sorry. I'm guilty. Please kill me!"
In March 2009 Vincent Li was found Not Criminally Responsible for the gruesome murder of Tim McLean in 2008.
In May 2015 Vincent Li was released from custody from the Selkirk Mental Health Centre and is now a free man living in a group home. THE GREYHOUND BUS CANNIBAL KILLER-The Definition of Insanity-Dan Zupansky
Tonights guest is Barbara Masi, Founder of Awesome Greyhound Adoptions. This organiation gives retired racing dogs a second chance at life.
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Rhonda Thompson began this journey of domestic violence work in 1997 when she realized that she was free from abuse. Her first encounter with serving women and children was at the Sojourner Truth House in Milwaukee, WI. While working the crisis line at Sojourner Truth she was driving home after personally escaping a woman with three children from a domestic violence incident and transporting them to Racine, WI on the Greyhound. This is when she felt that she needed to do more. Mrs. Thompson ignored the calling for 15 yrs. until she couldn't any longer. As a woman who survived and understood the many forms of domestic violence including sexual abuse she founded Rose of Sharon Transitional Living for Women Inc. in February 2012.
Greyhound has a serious issue with getting late night drivers about 7pm in 2nd city fromM ilwaukee, theyhave numbers for express service to board on certain days. From Chicago to Milwaukee , even last night their service was crappy because they were full and the driver knew that they board by number it s a rule. The previous week they had a driver that took more than 2 hrs to get to milwaukee , where's the communication? The good thing is they will , give you another ticket only if the bus may be full or some kind of delay in traffic do to weather. But there is always the Mega Bus or Amtrak folks, if your not satisfied. Have a good day, it pays to plan before ridiing. I was there as a spectator I knew the people were dissapointed , but can tell you tohave an alternative, you are better off driving, taking a train, or maybe even another route like Metra if this happens.Calling the corporate office in Dallas will give you grey hair. By the time you reach a real person you would have another spring season to have surfaced. Make sure you always watch the price change online and at the terminal, it may shock you on holidays, without a discount.
This episode will be about traveling with a service dog by train, bus or car. It will be a continuation of traveling with service dogs by air.
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Glenn Atkinson left Canada in July of 2006 on a Greyhound to Texas to legally immigrate to the United States.
Glenn wanted to participate in the American Dream. He was willing to jump through the hoops. He wanted to do it correctly. He got arrested.
Glenn is the Poster Boy of trying to legally obtain citizenship in the United States. Glenn tried to use proper channels to work through the immigration process.
Join us tonight as Glenn tells us his story!
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In this episode Marie will share with us her experience in making the transition from an owner trainer to getting a program dog.
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This show our guest will be Patti Goettler. Patti is the Director and Head Trainer of Greyt Hearts Service Dogs. She will bring us information about her organization and the process of giving these Greyhounds a second career. Patti is the expert in her field and looks forward to sharing time with us.
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