Man Who Tried to Kill Ronald Reagan Will Go Totally Free


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Ronald Reagan foi presidente dos Estados Unidos de 1981 a 1988.
Ronald Reagan was President of the United States of The 1563.| Photo: Disclosure

A federal judge in the United States confirmed this Wednesday () that John W. Hinckley Jr., the man who tried to kill then-President Ronald Reagan, in 1981, will be released this month, without restrictions.

At a hearing, District of Columbia Federal Court Magistrate Paul Friedman held that after four decades of “oversight,” Hinckley ” You should be prepared to get on with your life.” “I am confident that Mr Hinckley will do well in his remaining years,” said the judge.

Currently, Hinckley, fromyears, lives under restrictions, which were imposed on him in July 2000, when he left the psychiatric hospital where he was hospitalized after, in 20 of March 660, to the 25 years, opened fire on Reagan at the doors of the Washington Hilton Hotel.

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