- "John Hinckley, the man US President Ronald Reagan shot 35 years ago, comes Saturday at large, probably for good. A federal judge ruled in July that he had been treated for long enough in a psychiatric hospital and no risk is more for others."
"The now 61-year-old Hinckley draw after his release in his nonagenarian mother, who lives in a gated community in Williamsburg in Virginia, the newspaper writes The Washington Post. Over the past decade Hinckley though there was arranged on probation, still for extended periods."
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"Hinckley was 25 when he geobseerd hit by the actress Jodie Foster and the movie Taxi Driver. He began to stalk Reagan and shot the president, his spokesman James Brady, a guard and a policeman on March 30, 1981 down for a hotel in Washington. Press Officer Brady suffered brain damage and died in 2014."