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1982: A jury in Washington, D.C., finds John Hinckley Jr. not guilty by reason of insanity in the shootings of President Ronald Reagan and three other men. 1989: A sharply divided Supreme Court rules.
(AP/CNN) – The man who shot Ronald Reagan when he was president in 1981 may soon be free from federal oversight. john Hinckley Jr.’s lawyer plans to file a motion before the end of the year seeking.
John Warnock Hinckley, Jr., was born in Ardmore, Oklahoma, on May 29, 1955. The youngest of three children, John's home life seemed picture perfect.
Meanwhile, the shooter, John W. Hinckley Jr., lived from time to time with his family in a small town outside Denver. In fact, at the time he shot Reagan, he was living with his parents. This put neil bush, the senior Hinckleys, Scott Hinckley, and would-be presidential assassin John W. Hinckley Jr. in close quarters over an extended period.
John W. Hinckley, Jr., who on March 30, 1981, shot president ronald reagan and three others outside a Washington, D.C., hotel, was found not guilty of attempted murder by reason of insanity. In.
John Hinckley Jr.’s lawyer plans to file a motion before the end of the year seeking either an unconditional release or reduction of conditions for how Hinckley lives.
A never-before-seen glimpse at the diary of the man who attempted to assassinate President Ronald Reagan reveals he felt.
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The verdict of "not guilty" for reason of insanity in the 1982 trial of John Hinckley, Jr. for his attempted assassination of President Ronald Reagan stunned and outraged many Americans.
Every morning, John Hinckley Jr. leaves his room inside St. Elizabeths psychiatric hospital and goes outside at 8:30 to feed his cats. They are a ragtag colony numbering more than two dozen, all feral. They especially like 9Lives. It’s a routine Hinckley has kept up for many years now, at least when he’s in Washington.
That’s what a lawyer for 64-year-old John Hinckley Jr. told a judge at a court hearing Tuesday in Washington. But a.