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On July 30th, 2008 around 30 people boarded a Greyhound Bus en route to Winnipeg. Over half way into the trip, nightmares would become reality and only 29 passengers would make it to the final destination.
Join Lisa and Matt as they recount the absolute nightmare fuel that rocked the Greyhound bus that night- and the mind blowing sentencing that followed suit. This case brought forth a heated debate over how we sentence those who commit henious crimes when the perpetrator suffers from a severe mental illness. Should the victims rights taken into consideration at all or should we be working to get the person who committed the atrocity the mental health help they so desperately need? Let us know what YOU think. This case is not for the faint of heart. Let’s discuss...
Does the punishment fit the crime?
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