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PETITION TO THE HOUSE OF COMMONS

WHEREAS: Vincent Li brutally murdered Tim McLean in July 2008;

WHEREAS: Vincent Li was found Not Criminally Responsible on Account of a Mental Disorder for the murder of Tim McLean;

WHEREAS: offenders who are found Not Criminally Responsible on Account of a Mental Disorder may be detained in treatment facilities and not prisons;

WHEREAS: offenders found guilty of first degree murder are sentenced to life in prison without parole for twenty-five years and those found guilty of second degree murder are sentenced to life without parole for a minimum of ten years;

WHEREAS: there is no minimum period of detention for offenders found Not Criminally Responsible on Account of a Mental Disorder and their cases may be reviewed every year by a Review Board Committee.

We, the undersigned, citizens of Canada call upon the House of Commons

To amend the Criminal Code of Canada to ensure those who commit murder but are found Not Criminally Responsible on Account of a Mental Disorder are detained for a minimum period of time.

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Trial Start’s Today

Tim Mclean was the young man that was murdered on a greyhound bus near port la prairie. He was minding his own business when he was savagely killed for no other reason than being in the right place at the wrong time
The family of Tim McLean is stepping up its lobbying efforts to enact legislation for victim’s protection. They refer to it as “Tim’s Law.”

Most of us never knew Tim McLean. Most of us never will. But we all know someone like Tim… While we can not prevent every tragedy. We can lessen the chance of a repeat offender. Help us lobby for Tim McLean.

The trial for his killer’s starts today