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Vince Li, man who beheaded passenger on Greyhound bus, given absolute discharge by Ian Hettingkedge - Mon, 13 Feb 2017 18:52:33 EST ID:pLlEOZYt No.155794 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Vince Li, the man who was found not criminally responsible for beheading a man on a Greyhound bus in 2008, has been granted an absolute discharge.

The Manitoba Criminal Code Review Board ordered the discharge on Friday, saying Li, now known as Will Lee Baker, does not pose a significant safety threat.

Vince Li OK'd to move to Winnipeg group home
Vince Li could get absolute discharge

Baker was found to have been suffering from untreated schizophrenia when he stabbed, beheaded and partially cannibalized Tim McLean, 22.

McLean's mother, Carol de Delley, a vocal critic of Canada's not criminally responsible laws and who believes Baker should remain in custody for life, posted to Facebook on Friday that she has nothing to say about his discharge.

"I have no comment today. I have no words," de Delley wrote.

Baker was found not criminally responsible in 2009 and spent seven years in treatment at the Selkirk Mental Health Centre before being allowed to move to Winnipeg, where he was treated at Health Sciences Centre.

Last year, he was permitted to move into independent living, but he had to abide by certain rules, which included taking medications and attending counselling appointments.
Doris Saddledock - Mon, 13 Feb 2017 21:37:28 EST ID:ZVDP4LkU No.155795 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Although part of me is happy that a guy not criminally responsible for what he did is able to get a second chance, I cant help but think it's entirely wrong. He killed and began eating a person because he wasn't medicated, and now he'll be free to not medicate himself if he chooses and have the whole situation happen again. They stress that he realizes how important his medication is, and he likely does, but who's to say he always will?

We've all gone through rough patches in life, and sometimes things get so bad we quit caring about our own future and do something irresponsible. If this happens to him, and he decides to stop medicating, it could very well cost someone their life. Whats done is done, I'm just glad that if worse comes to worse, the blood won't be on my hands. Unless God tells him to kill me, that is.
Martha Nivingtutch - Mon, 13 Feb 2017 22:31:34 EST ID:tTbJ2n2O No.155796 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Wow. What the fuck.

There is no fucking way that guy should be on the streets with only medical attention between him and other people. He should be behjnd fuckkng bars.

He decapitated a guy and ate his fucking brains.

You do that ONCE. And go to jail forever, after that.
Betsy Blatherstone - Mon, 13 Feb 2017 22:39:34 EST ID:EjFN0ri2 No.155797 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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STOP IT. This poor human is a victim of society. Your words are hurting my delicate sensibilities.
Hedda Worthingwill - Mon, 13 Feb 2017 22:41:40 EST ID:0hiLuBpD No.155798 Ignore Report Quick Reply
It's the [CURRENT YEAR +2], what do you expect?
Graham Claycocke - Mon, 13 Feb 2017 23:44:08 EST ID:mFK5yRIO No.155799 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Realistically, all he needs is heavy medication and supervision. It's not necessary to keep someone under lockup forever because they were unmedicated and started hearing God telling them that they needed to stop an alien invasion of Earth. Severe mental illness killed that guy on the bus.

The killers first words in court? Pleading to be killed for what he did.
Doris Saddledock - Tue, 14 Feb 2017 00:10:29 EST ID:ZVDP4LkU No.155801 Ignore Report Quick Reply

>Realistically, all he needs is heavy medication and supervision.

Absolutely, which is why it's distressing to see them give him an absolute discharge instead of a conditional discharge. It wouldn't take much to make sure this doesn't happen again. I do think we should focus on reintegrating the mentally ill back into society, but I don't think that route is the best for this kind of case.
Frederick Surrywater - Tue, 14 Feb 2017 00:24:15 EST ID:Mq+mJb1B No.155802 Ignore Report Quick Reply
rehabilitation, not punishment. The US can learn a thing or two from their northen neighbors
Martha Buffingmed - Tue, 14 Feb 2017 00:36:33 EST ID:+5q0zMgm No.155803 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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lmao how do you rehabilitate someone away from the disposition to decapitate people and eat their god damn brains
Graham Claycocke - Tue, 14 Feb 2017 00:55:36 EST ID:mFK5yRIO No.155804 Ignore Report Quick Reply

No yeah I agree that the possibility for a simple release is kind of off at this point, but all they've actually done now is put him in a group home under supervision, which isn't as expensive I bet as housing him in a prison.

Sure they say he may have the possibility of being let go for good, but courts in America also told Charlie Manson that he was eligible for parole, lol. Just because a court says as a matter of procedure and law (based on sentencing guidelines, usually) that someone can go free eventually, doesn't mean it'll ever happen.
Betsy Pinningstone - Tue, 14 Feb 2017 01:53:08 EST ID:GLH3C+SV No.155805 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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No, no, no. Fuck this shit. This is fucking stupid beyond words.

This guy loses his fucking hall pass. This is not the kind of thing you medicate and talk through.
Priscilla Gankinstone - Tue, 14 Feb 2017 03:34:50 EST ID:ngsDMbPV No.155806 Ignore Report Quick Reply
should have been executed like he wanted. why torture him like a pet.
Hedda Worthingwill - Tue, 14 Feb 2017 03:41:16 EST ID:0hiLuBpD No.155808 Ignore Report Quick Reply
For real haha, the only rehabilitation needed is a bullet in the back of the head. Hard to believe there are people in this thread unironically supporting reintegrating this sick fuck back into society.
Betsy Trotgold - Tue, 14 Feb 2017 06:49:52 EST ID:cbhMfSls No.155810 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Uh, if you can medicate a schizophrenic that talks to himself, you can medicate a murderous schizophrenic. Fuck, you are retarded.
Wesley Clubbleson - Tue, 14 Feb 2017 13:12:59 EST ID:r14Wb2/L No.155811 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Are you volunteering to live next door to him?
Graham Duttingbury - Tue, 14 Feb 2017 13:18:20 EST ID:QYpjCH3+ No.155813 Ignore Report Quick Reply

You have two ____, both are broken. One ____ killed a stranger in their sleep in a public place, decapitated said stranger, then proceeded to mutilate and eat the murdered person in front of others. The other ____ has not murdered anyone, and while prone to outbursts in public spaces when confronted and is easily irritable and makes others uncomfortable with their rambling and frenzied speech in public.

They're both broken, both suffering from the exact same condition, and there's no guarantee you can fix either one. That being said, which one do you attempt to fix? Would you attempt to fix both even if the end result could be failure on your behalf and your failure putting others in danger? At what point do you prioritize the lives of others that could be affected by these broken _____ above your desire to fix them? Or do you not consider the collateral damage because it does not affect you and you're convinced will not affect you in any way?
Graham Cishman - Tue, 14 Feb 2017 13:21:18 EST ID:4NdD7HSe No.155814 Ignore Report Quick Reply

Look into the effectiveness of treatment and rates of re-offense in cases like this instead of engaging in speculation
Wesley Clattingfoot - Wed, 15 Feb 2017 05:11:27 EST ID:mM9fZu54 No.155839 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Paranoid terror and stigmatization of mental illness still alive and well in the first world I see. Such bravery, to be so quick to call for the caging or death of an unwell person.
David Greencocke - Wed, 15 Feb 2017 06:15:16 EST ID:NSHJykeG No.155840 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I keep getting this paranoid delusion that this guy may decapitate me and then eat my brains and i don't know what to do about it!
Lillian Sollerkere - Wed, 15 Feb 2017 06:39:26 EST ID:cbhMfSls No.155841 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Alice Nimmerbanks - Wed, 15 Feb 2017 12:09:58 EST ID:knFhJQjN No.155844 Ignore Report Quick Reply

What is the investment being made in Vince Li? A chance for violent cannibal murderers to have a second chance at freedom?
Simon Grimwell - Wed, 15 Feb 2017 12:23:33 EST ID:i2SzqmZt No.155845 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Well pardon me but I think I'll put the life of the person he killed, and possible more deaths ahead of his, which you seem to hold so dear simply because he's fucking insane. If the guy was just a madman and not diagnosed schizophrenic would you still think he should be treated as a victim of his own crimes?
Twiggy - Wed, 15 Feb 2017 12:27:12 EST ID:o2t41hRF No.155846 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I remember seeing a murder show about this guy. He's out? Fuck.
Edward Duckgold - Wed, 15 Feb 2017 12:36:48 EST ID:QYpjCH3+ No.155847 Ignore Report Quick Reply

That's irrelevant, he's an actual schizophrenic. That being said, not all schizophrenics murder, decapitate, mutilate, and eat people. I'm all for medicating and rehabilitating non-dangerous schizophrenics, "non-dangerous" meaning ones that have not shown any inclination of causing serious harm to others (acting hostile, shouting at people, or attempting to hit them with their fists would not be considered "dangerous" in this case). Li is a "dangerous" schizophrenic that has a documented case of an evil act.

I get it that Canadians pride themselves as being the tolerant North, but it's irresponsible to let someone like Li out into the public with no supervision just because you believe you've "cured" him. Institutionalize someone like Li, allow them to work and converse with others institutionalize to quell your concerns and allow him to live a controlled, but reasonable life, until he dies.
Jack Blibberlun - Wed, 15 Feb 2017 22:39:34 EST ID:mM9fZu54 No.155865 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>If the guy was just a madman and not diagnosed schizophrenic would you still think he should be treated as a victim of his own crimes?
>If the guy was just a madman

Well then yes, obviously.
Lillian Wadgefatch - Thu, 16 Feb 2017 01:53:43 EST ID:4NdD7HSe No.155867 Ignore Report Quick Reply

>if the circumstances were completely different, would you evaluate the situation differently?

What a pointless question
Martin Hasslestone - Thu, 16 Feb 2017 02:07:46 EST ID:knFhJQjN No.155868 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I got a question:

If a schizophrenic priest was raping lil boy bootyholes cause he thought he could fuck satan out of their assholes, would it be okay to let him return to preisthood after he was cured by miracles of modern drugs?
Lillian Wadgefatch - Thu, 16 Feb 2017 02:26:54 EST ID:4NdD7HSe No.155869 Ignore Report Quick Reply

The Catholic church bends over backwards (bazinga) to not punish priests who aren't even schizophrenic who rape kids so probably
William Fuckinghood - Thu, 16 Feb 2017 03:12:11 EST ID:WKsW9UhP No.155870 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Your response creates a fallacy that fails to address the question.

The question was not about things that have happened or what others might do.

The question was: Would it be okay?
Edward Subbersick - Thu, 16 Feb 2017 08:31:33 EST ID:cbhMfSls No.155875 Ignore Report Quick Reply
People die every day. People get murdered by completely sane people every day.

What is your outrage about that?

People always go batshit insane when a crazy person commits murder, calling for death penalties or life imprisonment, and then some regular guy beats his brother-in-law to death over a debt, or stabs his wife to death because he was jealous of her talking to the neighbour - and people just think "oh that's just murder, he'll just do life and maybe they'll shave some years off by the time he's elderly if he has been nice in prison."

What's the logic in that? The crazy guy had no control over his actions when he murdered someone, meanwhile the sane person was in FULL CONTROL when he decided to murder someone.

This is completely batshit insane. People are deadly afraid of crazy people killing, but no one fucking sees that ANYONE AROUND YOU could just murder you for some personal subjective reason while being completely sane.
Hugh Horrychuck - Thu, 16 Feb 2017 08:55:51 EST ID:fVxlLS44 No.155876 Ignore Report Quick Reply
what pokemon is this
Cyril Blythestone - Thu, 16 Feb 2017 11:04:04 EST ID:zx3znhxH No.155877 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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No shit, it's because you can't anticipate what some crazy nutjob is gonna do. They're sitting on a bus and then they decide that they should really kill you, completely out of the blue. In both of the examples you gave, you can understand why they did it and see the logic behind it. That doesn't mean you agree with it or think it wasn't bad / wrong / stupid / immoral / whatever, just that you can process the situation and make some sense of it. I'd also argue that the husband stabbing his wife for talking to the neighbour straddles the line between sane and mentally unhinged and that a dude killing his wife after walking in on her cheating on him would have been a better example, but that's not the point.

People don't like things they can't wrap their heads around. It's really as simple as that. It's the same reason why our ancestors had a hundred gods for every part of life, there was a bunch of shit they couldn't possibly begin to explain and it was unnerving so when somebody came up with an answer, everybody was on board.
Lillian Wadgefatch - Thu, 16 Feb 2017 11:20:23 EST ID:4NdD7HSe No.155878 Ignore Report Quick Reply

Ask a stupid question, get a stupid answer

It's not relevant in the slightest
Martin Hasslestone - Thu, 16 Feb 2017 11:54:18 EST ID:knFhJQjN No.155880 Ignore Report Quick Reply

How is it not relevant? Because you don't want to argue for child rape?

You're right, child rape is unsavory compared to being stabbed to death, beheaded, and cannibalized.

The truth is you're making excuses for a homicidal lunatic because this particular homicidal lunatic is more mentally unstable than normal homicidal lunatic. I can't wrap my head around how that logic makes sense to you, so I wont. Instead, I'm going write the following:

If Vince Li was a sane man in all respects, and he stabbed, beheaded, and cannibalized a person, he should go to prison for life.

If Vince Li was a diagnosed scizophrenic, and he stabbed, beheaded, and cannibalized a person, he should go to prison for life.

And I'll put this forward too:

If any of you see me running around stabbing, beheading, and eating people, feel free to put a bullet in my head. I would prefer being dead to being a danger to everyone around me.
Lillian Wadgefatch - Thu, 16 Feb 2017 12:30:34 EST ID:4NdD7HSe No.155881 Ignore Report Quick Reply

No, it isn't relevant because what the catholic church does does or would do in a hypothetical scenario has no bearing on this at all. I can't fathom why you think it would.

There's a reason people aren't help criminally culpable for actions committed when they're mentally unhinged, it's because they're not intentionally committing a crime. The law makes a distinction between willful and unwillful acts, hence separate charges for manslaughter and murder. They're not in control, their illness is. That's why you medicate them, because it solves the problem. People who are (relatively) sane and murderous are inherently dangerous, people who are schizophrenic and have a violent episode are no longer dangerous when they're on their mediation.
Eliza Gaffinglitch - Thu, 16 Feb 2017 14:09:14 EST ID:i2SzqmZt No.155882 Ignore Report Quick Reply
It's a totally relevant question, because it doesn't matter exactly what was going on inside the mind of the person to see the effect of said person on society. If the person was just murderous, or if he was completely losing his shit and became murderous, it doesn't matter, they're both fucking murderous. The whole point of jailing and prosecuting people is to place threats to society in a place where they're no longer threats to society. The fact that he has a diagnosed condition doesn't change the threat that he poses.
Albert Bummleset - Thu, 16 Feb 2017 14:17:07 EST ID:aIivaRsS No.155883 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>The whole point of jailing and prosecuting people is to place threats to society in a place where they're no longer threats to society.

Thats the key though. They believe he is no long a threat. The recidivism rate for those who were declared NCR and then deemed to be no longer a threat are far lower then the general criminal rates.
Lillian Wadgefatch - Thu, 16 Feb 2017 16:52:43 EST ID:4NdD7HSe No.155889 Ignore Report Quick Reply

Okay...here's the equation.

Schizophrenic person who killed someone + medication = someone who is highly unlikely to ever hurt anyone again.

Now do you get it?
William Devingdore - Fri, 17 Feb 2017 12:53:26 EST ID:NSHJykeG No.155913 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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George Blackdale - Fri, 17 Feb 2017 13:05:57 EST ID:aIivaRsS No.155915 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Again, recidivism rates for those declared NCR due to insanity, and deemed fit to be released are far lower then the normal rates for felons.

Unless you think the doctors are wrong with Li, or that you feel that justice needs a stronger punishment focus.
Priscilla Moshson - Fri, 17 Feb 2017 13:29:49 EST ID:i2SzqmZt No.155916 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I think justice needs a stronger punishment focus when it comes to murder.
How do you think the victim's family feels. I understand that him rotting away in jail or in a mental institution doesn't help anyone but it still doesn't feel right for this dude to do this, then just get released, regardless of his mental state during.
James Gadgehit - Fri, 17 Feb 2017 13:52:19 EST ID:Yt/Fze/s No.155917 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>I understand that him rotting away in jail or in a mental institution doesn't help anyone but it still doesn't feel right
Fuck your feels. If the numbers back it up, then your feels are irrelevant.

Actually, your feels are irrelevant either way, but I'm surd you get the idea.
Caroline Baddleville - Fri, 17 Feb 2017 14:42:50 EST ID:I3orHF0H No.155918 Ignore Report Quick Reply
This man is all risk and no reward. I imagine no amount of psychological assessment could have anticipated him cutting someone's head off so there's no reason to assume he's now fit for society just because hes taking drugs and some big heads say so. Lock him up or deport him if he's not native born
Emma Trotson - Fri, 17 Feb 2017 16:42:05 EST ID:kOO0oq2A No.155919 Ignore Report Quick Reply

Again, they aren't in control, the are not a person willfully choosing to murder, they are essentially criminally insane when the killing occurs. Punishing someone for something they wouldn't have even chosen to do if they were in their right mind is just draconian. It is unreasonable to have expected them to do anything else when the demons were talking to them in their mind.
Emma Trotson - Fri, 17 Feb 2017 16:50:58 EST ID:kOO0oq2A No.155920 Ignore Report Quick Reply

>I imagine no amount of psychological assessment could have anticipated him cutting someone's head off

If he had had the necessary treatment and been medicated it wouldn't have happened. I wonder if he had health insurance.

>Some big heads say no

Thankfully we live in a world where the people who actually know what they're talking about are occasionally listened to and their knowledge can be used to discover what's actually true and act with reality in mind. That's why they're in charge of understanding and treating schizophrenia and you aren't.
Albert Shakedock - Fri, 17 Feb 2017 18:56:21 EST ID:FbB9VtEo No.155922 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Yes, mental health practitioners and the DSM are widely regarded as infallible.
Hamilton Lightwater - Fri, 17 Feb 2017 19:57:23 EST ID:kOO0oq2A No.155925 Ignore Report Quick Reply

Who said anything about infallibility dumbass?
Matilda Pebblehood - Fri, 17 Feb 2017 20:36:43 EST ID:ZVDP4LkU No.155926 Ignore Report Quick Reply

It was god talking to him, not demons. I believe he should be reintegrated, however he should still be monitored on a regular basis. He's likely harmless when medicated, but leaving a proven violent schizophrenic in charge of medicating himself doesn't sit well with me. All it takes is someone to check up on him once a day.

Could you imagine the backlash if he just took off for a few days and killed someone else? What a story that would be.
Hamilton Lightwater - Fri, 17 Feb 2017 20:40:46 EST ID:kOO0oq2A No.155927 Ignore Report Quick Reply

I agree
Ian Gimblebut - Fri, 17 Feb 2017 21:29:41 EST ID:dfoQiEUf No.155928 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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This thread is filled wih total fuckig assholes who should pull their heads out of their own asses before this ridiculously psychotic fuck forgets his meds and comes along and cuts it out for them.
Nigel Brullerman - Fri, 17 Feb 2017 22:05:16 EST ID:fDrN6bij No.155934 Ignore Report Quick Reply
What is the acceptable margin for error in this circumstance?
Isabella Grandworth - Sat, 18 Feb 2017 03:02:06 EST ID:Ko4AQbB+ No.155937 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I just wanna drop in and mention some things to you guys, as a Winnipeg native who remembers the original incident vividly and has had a lot of experience in the local mental healthcare system.

Vince Li is not a free man, don't misunderstand this, he meets judges yearly who'll review his case and any relevant changes and decide if he can remain free. He cannot move without the approval of his medical team. He takes his medication under legal supervision, I'm not sure the exact details but this means that either someone is watching him swallow pills every single day or he's being injected with large doses of long lasting medications monthly, if he were to skip out on this there would be a manhunt and likely criminal charges separate from the incident years ago. He lives in a secure halfway house with 24/7 psychiatric monitoring, the proposed Absolute Release in the years to come would mean he could move into a private residence and likely move down from 24/7 surveillance to daily or weekly visits to ensure compliance with his medication. If nothing else this'll save our healthcare system money and manpower that could be routed to people who are both in much more danger of acute mental illness and who havn't committed a crime.
This comes after 8 years of intense psychological evaluation and treatment, his psyche is more understood than almost anyone in the country, if its possible to declare anyone "not a risk" he's had more vetting and evidence put towards that claim than any other person in this country.

And finally for American friends who might not understand the criminal justice system in Canada. From your perspective we can be relatively soft on crime, the maximum possible sentence for any crime (first degree murder and treason) is life with no parole for 25 years, most offenders are paroled at some point after they're eligible. Even if you considered Mr Li criminally responsible for his actions it'd be second degree murder which carries a minimum ten years of parole ineligibility, the vast majority of offenders with no incidents in custody and who express deep remorse and a desire for penance as Mr Li have are paroled as soon as they are eligible, so even convicted of murder he could reasonably be out in 2 years.
All that said, we also have far less civil liberties than Americans do on a fundamental constitutional level and this applies to the justice system, if the Crown doesn't want you out you will simply never see the light of day again. You don't even have to commit a crime, judges and the RCMP can order peace bonds on citizens who they feel might commit a crime.
Isabella Grandworth - Sat, 18 Feb 2017 03:05:55 EST ID:Ko4AQbB+ No.155938 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Sorry for double posting but after thinking some more I have one more thing I want to add, on the money and manpower note.
Why should someone who's for all intents and purposes sane and stable be taking up a bed in our overcrowded mental health system? There are countless people who could use the resources being tied up there solely to keep the public from feeling uncomfortable. People in the same situation Mr Li was in 8 years ago.
Isabella Grandworth - Sat, 18 Feb 2017 03:12:03 EST ID:Ko4AQbB+ No.155939 Ignore Report Quick Reply
and shit, I didn't realize he'd already been given the absolute release. most of that still holds though. my bad
Shitting Passlewell - Sat, 18 Feb 2017 03:27:00 EST ID:StRcVATO No.155940 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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An American jury would have dropped a first degree charge on him, letter of the law be damned, and threw away the key. 25 to life here too, with capital punishment on the table in some states.

No reason to rehabilitate, since there is only treatment and no cure in this situation. No reason to treat, since he should be put down for what he did anyway.

Yes, yes, the death penalty can prove to cost more on paper, than a life sentence. Either way, who gives a shit about remorse or illness here. A fuck up like this isn't something that should see the benefit of a soft response.

Where's the incentive to stay sane anymore? Why not just flip out and decapitate people? Countries that go soft on this kind of crime benefit no one.

Anyway, he's probably being kept alive, so he can be carefully studied in a medical context. Not because anybody gives a fuck.
Hugh Honeybanks - Sat, 18 Feb 2017 04:20:33 EST ID:mM9fZu54 No.155941 Ignore Report Quick Reply
don't cut yourself on that edge
Polly Sendlesetch - Sat, 18 Feb 2017 05:25:00 EST ID:+5q0zMgm No.155942 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Well we're all glad he's okay now. Thank god. I mean, after he decapitated that guy and began to eat his brains, we were all worried about his well being. Thank you, tolerant north for taking care of this poor guy. He was, and always will be our #1 concern.
Nicholas Clebberdock - Sat, 18 Feb 2017 10:12:58 EST ID:bq9mUpwR No.155944 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Schizophrenics are really bad about not taking their meds.
Hamilton Lightwater - Sat, 18 Feb 2017 16:56:11 EST ID:kOO0oq2A No.155946 Ignore Report Quick Reply

Do you STILL not understand that he didn't willfully commit a crime, as a sane, thinking person, or are you just sick in the head yourself?
Basil Fuckingstock - Sat, 18 Feb 2017 18:16:39 EST ID:cbhMfSls No.155948 Ignore Report Quick Reply
He's American. Of course he's sick in the head.
Doris Ginningcheck - Sat, 18 Feb 2017 20:03:52 EST ID:D8XUDV9z No.155952 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Does that matter? He's possessed by a psycho killer cannibal. Kill him.
Archie Tootshaw - Sat, 18 Feb 2017 21:38:54 EST ID:knFhJQjN No.155954 Ignore Report Quick Reply

You keep trying to argue about how it was okay that he beheaded and started eating a guy because he wasn't in a right state of mind, like, how can you not see that it doesn't matter?

If someone killed your mom tonight, would it matter to you if the killer was sane?
Doris Buppermetch - Sun, 19 Feb 2017 03:15:54 EST ID:r14Wb2/L No.155956 Ignore Report Quick Reply
who the fuck are you captain Picard? Going to confine him to quarters or some thing? Oh I know take away his holodick privileges. He wont murder ever again.
Edward Channingket - Sun, 19 Feb 2017 03:19:50 EST ID:oo4nSESc No.155957 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Yeah, this isn't manslaughter like, whoops! Got drunk and drove my car into a playground and decapitated 5 children!

But if it WAS a drunk driver more people would be on board with a life sentence, because "chose to get drunk" is part of the idea, and that scumbag was completely fucking irrensponsible about alcohol. People would howl for a drunk driving death sentence.

Oh! Okay! So, "chose to get drunk" means "chose to decapitate children"?

But asshole does the reverse, goes off his meds, and same basic outcome. Yeah... whatever.

This guy's failure mode is unprovoked psychotic mutilation. Unlike a drunk, who fails into normal mode and requires an automobile and drunk-mode activated by alcohol.

The barrier is low in each case, but one requires the will to activate, while the other is the default mode. Lock him up, even if he's old and sucks.
Fucking Seffinglock - Sun, 19 Feb 2017 09:39:02 EST ID:aIivaRsS No.155958 Ignore Report Quick Reply
That was Janeway.
Matilda Piddlepitch - Sun, 19 Feb 2017 14:47:12 EST ID:cbhMfSls No.155961 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Yes. Because a sane killer made the clear choice to murder. Duh. Are you too fucking retarded to understand the concept of diminished control of the self, or do you believe in some kind of retarded bronze-age jew-caveman soul shit?

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