John Hinckley, who shot Ronald Reagan in 1981, to be granted unconditional release

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A federal judge has approved the unconditional release of John Hinckley Jr., the man who shot and wounded President Ronald Reagan in 1981, his attorney told NPR. Hinckley’s attorney Barry Wm. Levine told NPR that Hinckley has an “excellent” prognosis and “there is no evidence of danger whatsoever.” Hinckley, 66, is set to be be granted his unconditional release in June 2022. A jury found Hinckley not guilty by reason of insanity in 1982. Hinckley proceeded to stay at St. Elizabeths Hospital, in Washington, D.C., for more than three decades. In 2016, he was released from the hospital and has been living in Williamsburg, Virginia, at his mother’s house, according to CNN. His mother died in the summer of 2021. See also: ‘The View’ hosts return after false positive COVID-19 tests The court-imposed restrictions Hinckley is currently living under have required doctors and therapists to oversee his psychiatric medication and thera
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