Originally posted by JBA2848
Originally posted by Demoncreeper
In Canada 2008. The attacker survived (tasered twice), and claims to not remember a thing about the incident.
Vince Li says he understands why people are still afraid of him.
He says he remembers what happened on a Greyhound bus bound for Winnipeg during that midsummer's nightmare in 2008.
But now that he is medicated for his illness, the man who beheaded fellow bus passenger Tim McLean in front of horrified witnesses, says the aliens he was afraid of have disappeared, the voices he heard are silent, and that he is aware of why it happened on a different level.
"I try to forget it . . . I feel nervous. I feel painful. I am embarrassed. It was wrong."
Li recently gave his first full-length interview for release to the media in the nearly four years since his psychosis-induced slaying of McLean.
Originally posted by xXxinfidelxXx
reply to post by benrl
Yup. The guy was probably on PCP or any of the other nasty drugs that put you into a dream-like state. There is one drug ('___', a drug that is naturally released in the brain in instances during childbirth and upon death) that actually puts you into a literal walking dream-state. It's one of those things that probably just shouldn't exist. PCP is like that but to a largely lesser degree.