Greyhound Bus Maniac Vince Li was a "Wal-Mart Employee FIRED after Row"
It has today been revealed that alleged Greyhound Bus beheader, Vince Li, was a Wal-Mart employee FIRED after dispute with workmates, just one month before he took gruesome revenge on society. Vince Li's ex-work colleagues are all too scared to give their names.
It's only now that Wal-Mart co-workers of Li remember him vividly -- his interest in automotives, his quiet demeanor -- during his various shifts at the Clareview store, near 137th Avenue and 40th Street.
"Nobody talked to him," one co-worker recalled outside the store Sunday. "And he didn't talk to us, but we're talking about him now."
At first, they didn't recognize him when pictures of the man, shackled in a blue "Sheriff Prisoner" outfit, were splashed across the news as he was shuffled into the Portage la Prairie, Man. courthouse Friday.
"His face looked kind of punched, but people started talking. We started asking about him," one Wal-Mart employee said. "He looked a lot younger when he worked here."
Employees then asked their managers if it was the same Vince Li they had worked with, and they confirmed that it was.
Li worked mostly night shifts and performed janitorial duties, co-workers said. He often spent time in the store's automotive department.
Four weeks ago, he was fired following a "disagreement" with other employees, several Wal-Mart workers told The Journal. They all spoke without giving their names.