Lawsuit launched over brutal bus killing

Two female passengers who witnessed the gruesome killing of Tim McLean, a Metis man in 2008 on a Greyhound bus have launched a multi-million dollar lawsuit.

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Two female passengers who witnessed the gruesome killing of Tim McLean, a Metis man in 2008 on a Greyhound bus have launched a multi-million dollar lawsuit.

McLean was beheaded on the outskirts of Portage La Prairie, Man., by Vince Li, a mentally ill fellow passenger.

Dozens of horrified passengers witnessed the attack.

Two women who saw the killing are suing Greyhound, the federal government and the RCMP.

One of those women is Kayli Shaw from London, Ont. She is seeking a total of $3 million in damages.

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