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Vince Li, accused of stabbing, beheading and cannibalizing another man on a Greyhound bus in Canada ,is brought to a Portage La Prairie, Canada, court on Aug. 5, 2008. Li pleaded not guilty at the start of his murder trial in Winnipeg Tuesday, March 3, 2009.(AP Photo/The Canadian Press, John WoodS)

Lawyers for family of Manitoba beheading victim consider appeal; killer to remain in psych ward

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Lawyers for the family of a young man beheaded on a Greyhound bus are considering taking those determining the killer's fate to the Manitoba Court of Appeal.


Norman Boudreau and Jay Prober are criticizing the Criminal Code review board hearing for Vince Li. They allege the chairman is in a conflict of interest because his firm is representing Greyhound in pending civil lawsuits over the case.

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