A doctor who worked with the man found not criminally responsible for beheading a 22 year old man on a Greyhound bus in 2008 says Canadians don’t need to be afraid.
“Once medication kicked in, he realized that he had done a very horrible, wrong, immoral thing.”
Will Baker, formerly Vince Li, was granted full discharge Friday afternoon.
Chris Summerville, with the Schizophrenia Society of Canada, says Baker can manage his mental health.
“They become aware when things start to not be right, and things start to go wrong in their mind and their thinking… and people learn that. You don’t know in the beginning, but then after you go to support groups and your mental health team teaches you, and you learn, you’re able to become aware.”
Summerville says Baker knows what to look for if there were to be symptoms of psychosis beginning.
He was a guest on CKNW’s Steele and Drex.