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RSS FeedsFord rails about `nutcaseŽ who fled CAMH after being found not criminally responsible for killing roommate
(The Star Toronto Raptors)


19 july 2019 01:11:58

Ford rails about `nutcaseŽ who fled CAMH after being found not criminally responsible for killing roommate
(The Star Toronto Raptors)

Premier Doug Ford is railing about a “nutcase” who fled the country while on a day pass from the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, where he was being treated after being found not criminally responsible for killing his roommate.“I’m disgusted with it. It’s unbelievable. They say this guy’s low risk and he chopped up his roommate with a meat cleaver?” Ford told Newstalk 1010’s Jerry Agar on Thursday.“We’re going to get down to the bottom of it … there’s going to be people held accountable. You can’t let guys like this loose. You throw away the key.”The premier is alarmed that Zhebin Cong, 48, has been missing since July 3 and according to Toronto police boarded an international flight. Cong, who killed his roommate in 2014, was found not criminally responsible for his actions. He was a patient at CAMH.“Between the TPS (Toronto police service), the Ontario Review Board, and CAMH, someone’s going to be answering,” said Ford.Facing mounting criticism Thursday, Toronto police Chief Mark Saunders announced he is launching an internal review of police handling of the disappearance, to identify any gaps from the police side “so that we can ensure we exercise best practices.” That will include examining communication with our community agencies. “I can clearly say that there were some gaps,” Saunders told reporters Thursday at an unrelated press conference. Toronto mayor John Tory has also urged the province to launch an independent review of the case, a call he made Thursday afternoon after early morning discussions with Ford. Speaking to Agar, Ford asked: “What is the family thinking of the poor victim that got chopped up with a meat cleaver by this nutcase and then they let him loose on the streets?”“This is absolutely ridiculous and this is what we have to change, Jerry, right across the board making sure that these cra ...
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