John Hinckley Jr - who tried to assassinate Ronald Reagan in 1981 - wins 'unconditional release' from ALL court-imposed restrictions

Posted on AllSides September 27th, 2021
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John Hinckley Jr, who tried to kill then-President Ronald Reagan in a bid to impress actress Jodie Foster 40 years ago, received an 'unconditional release' from his remaining court-monitored supervision five years after being freed from a mental hospital, a judge ruled Monday. 

Attorneys for John Hinckley Jr. argued that the 66-year-old would-be assassin is 'no longer a threat', and that he should not be held to a series of court-imposed restrictions that were put in place after he was released from a 35-year stint in a Washington mental hospital in...

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