Police are looking for a man that may pose a danger to himself and the public.
Thomas Brailsford, 55, is missing. He was allowed out of the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health on a day pass.
He was found not criminally responsible for beheading his mother in 2010.
This isn’t the first time he slipped out of CAMH’s grasp. He did the same thing back in 2014.
Does this highlight a potentially deadly weakness in the “not criminally responsible” ruling? Should somebody who BEHEADED another human being be allowed out and about without any supervision? Is it fair to allow somebody who can’t control their darker actions out in public?