Carol deDelley doesn't want to see her son's killer executed. But she plans to fight all the way to Ottawa to ensure he never tastes freedom again.
On Friday, deDelley clarified those comments, saying she was speaking out of anger, not lobbying to bring back capital punishment as part of her proposed law.
Mom backs away from death penalty- Says earlier comments were made in anger
About the trial:
It has been clearly stated that the only issue at the trial of Vince Li will be , wether he can be held criminally responsible for his crime.
The fact that he carried out the crime is a forgone conclusion. Other circumstances or questions surrounding this crime had fallen immediately to the wayside! (questions I had posed numerous times here, so I won't rehash them)
There appears to be two possible outcomes to the trial:
If he is found to be responsible, Li would be given an automatic life sentence, with no chance of parole for at least 10 years.
If he's not, he would be sent to a mental health facility for an indeterminate period, but subject to yearly reviews. He would be released only if doctors deem him no longer a risk to society.
He will be found not responsible, and will be sent to a mental health facility for the rest of his life,