Man living in shed highlights revolving door of criminal justice - BCGEU


Marcus Oliver Beg thinks he’s God and that no one understands the magnitude of his powers. Others, including the police, think he’s violent, erratic and unpredictable.

Marguerite MacDougall, the Saanich woman who has been giving him a place to live, thinks he’s a troubled but kind man who desperately needs medical help. And as hard as she’s tried, she can’t seem to find it.

Read more (Dean Purdy mentioned)...

Marcus Oliver Beg thinks he’s God and that no one understands the magnitude of his powers. Others, including the police, think he’s violent, erratic and unpredictable.

Marguerite MacDougall, the Saanich woman who has been giving him a place to live, thinks he’s a troubled but kind man who desperately needs medical help. And as hard as she’s tried, she can’t seem to find it.

Read more (Dean Purdy mentioned)...