John Hinckley, President Reagan’s shooter, to be released next week
35 years after the attempt to assassinate president Ronald Reagan and shoting dead three other men, the shooter wil be freed
John Hinckley will be released from a government psychiatric hospital. He spent there more than 35 years after the attempt to assassinate president Ronald Reagan and shoting dead three other men on March 30, 1981.
Accordinng to The Washington Post, a federal judge ruled to release John Hinckley next week. He will to live with his 90-year-old mother in Williamsburg, Virginia. He has to continue his treatment and have no contact with the Reagan family or Jodie Foster, whom he was obsessed with and tried to impress her he pulled the trigger.
Ronald Reagan was hospitalized and spent two weeksrecovering from a wound sustained in the incident.
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