There are 2.2 million people suffering from schizophrenia in the United States. You have a one in a hundred chance of encountering one on any given day. Most are non-violent people struggling with what can sometimes be a debilitating disease, but for a small percentage of these people the voices in their head can lead a handful of them down a path from which there is no return. For the rest of us, no knowing if the person next to you is capable of murdering and dismembering you at any given moment can be utterly terrifying.
This week we tell you the story of three people who were minding their own business, going about their day either taking a trip, going to work, or just relaxing at home after a long day. Each of these people have one thing in common: they all became victims unexpectedly to a case of the severe mental illness of another, as well as a flawed healthcare system that fails to treat those most in need of help.
In this episode we discuss the cases of Vince Weiguang Li, Alton Nolen and Derek Ward. All three of these men decapitated their victims, with a complete lack of empathy or mercy, while undergoing a severe psychotic episode. The brutality of their attacks are unimaginable and terrifying. If these stories don’t give you nightmares, you should seek counseling yourself.
- Are people with schizophrenia more likely to be violent?
- Man decapitated (head cut off) on Canadian bus
- Vince Li in court: “Please kill me.”
- Vince Li, Greyhound Bus Beheader, Granted Unsupervised Outings
- Could bus killer Li go free?
- Alex Jones interview with Tim McLean’s Mother pt1, pt2
- Aftermath of Murder: Carol de Delley Interview
- Greyhound bus killer found not criminally responsible
- Oklahoma beheading: Fired employee attempted to convert coworkers to Muslim faith
- Oklahoma beheading: 911 audio
- Alton Nolen charges and press conference
- Alton Nolen’s Facebook page depicted beheading a month before release from probation
- Oklahoma Beheading Suspect Alton Nolen’s Mom Responds
- Mom beheaded by son on Long Island ID’d as Farmingdale State College professor
- Professor Patricia Ward Identified As New York Woman Allegedly Beheaded By Son