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The Man Who Shot Reagan Has Been Granted Full Freedom

By: April Carson

John Hinckley, the man who attempted to assassinate President Ronald Reagan and three others in a 1981 assassination attempt, will be released from all remaining conditions on Wednesday, according to US media.

A judge in Washington has lifted travel and internet usage restrictions against Hinckley, who has been living on his own in Williamsburg, Virginia, according to Fox News. The order will become effective June 15.

At a hearing in September, Friedman said he would release Hinckley unconditionally if the court permitted him more time to track Hinckley as he moved from living with family to living on his own after his mother's death.

Friedman claimed that Hinckley's mental health issues were "in remission" and that he no longer presented a danger.

In a letter to the judge, Hinckley's doctor said he had "operated in an exemplary manner" and that his mental health was stable.

The US Secret Service has said it will continue to monitor Hinckley.

Hinckley was discharged from a psychiatric hospital in 2016, where he was treated for depression and psychosis, and permitted to live in a guarded community in Williamsburg to look after his elderly mother, who died in August 2021.

Following his release from the hospital, Hinckley has been compliant with court-mandated conditions and has remained mentally stable and asymptomatic, according to court records.

The court had previously ruled that Hinckley was not a danger to himself or to others and that he could live independently, with some restrictions.

Hinckley has made no verbal threats, and he has shown no indications of threat to himself, others, or property. He has showed no disruptive or harmful actions. In support of his release, the federal government wrote to the court: "Hinckley has made no vocal threats and displayed no indicators of danger to himself, others, or the property of others."

Hinckley's lawyer said in a statement that he has "lived an exemplary life" since being released from the hospital and is "deeply remorseful" for his actions.

Patti Davis, the daughter of former President Ronald Reagan, wrote in an opinion piece for the Washington Post in September that she opposed Hinckley's release, stating that she did not believe he is sorry.

On March 30, 1981, Hinckley shot Reagan in an assassination attempt outside the Washington Hilton Hotel. However, Reagan recovered after having a punctured lung.

The attack resulted in others being wounded. Those wounded were Washington police officer Thomas Delahanty and Secret Service agent Timothy McCarthy. Also injured were White House press secretary James Brady.

At a 1982 jury trial, John Hinckley was acquitted by reason of insanity. He has been in mental institutions ever since.

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