Greyhound Bus Killer Vince Li Worked at McDonald's
Vince Li, the 40-year old man charged with the second degree murder of 22-year old Tim McLean , who has not yet been named byt he police, worked at McDonald's in Edmonton, a blogger claims.
Vince worked at a McDonald’s restaurant and everyone there described him as a quiet, easy going person. He told his boss that he was going to Winnipeg chasing a job opportunity.
Li worked at an Edmonton McDonald’s restaurant. He also delivered the National Post, Edmonton Journal and Edmonton Sun for a distribution firm until he left his contract position in April, said his former employer Vincent Augert. Li returned to that job in July.
“I believe he was having some marital problems,” said Augert. When he met with Li to hire him back as a newspaper distributor, he said, “you could almost read between the lines” from the way Li was talking “that there was something not right there.”
Augert said Li called him three weeks ago, saying he had a job interview in Winnipeg. That was the last time Augert and Li spoke to each other, according to reports in CBC news.
Li has not spoken since his arrest and he has refused to hire a lawyer. The state may have to appoint a public defender for him.