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John Hinckley Jr. Released From Mental Hospital With Conditions
Hinckley attempted to assassinate President Ronald Reagan in 1981.
The Man Responsible for an Assassination Attempt on Ronald Reagan Is Now a Free Man
Out to the man who tried to assassinate president Ronald Reagan back in 1981 this morning he's a free man. John Hinckley junior release from a psychiatric hospital for good this time now living with his mom in Williamsburg Virginia. And ABC news senior legal correspondent Sonny Hostin is here with
John Hinckley Jr . Released from Mental Hospital
The man who shot President Ronald Reagan left a Washington mental hospital for good on Saturday, more than 35 years after the shooting. A federal judge ruled in late July that the 61-year-old John Hinckley Jr . is not a danger to himself or the public and can live full-time at his mother's home in
Ronald Reagan's Daughter Blasts Trump's 'Verbal Violence'
In a Facebook post directed at the Republican presidential candidate , Ronald Reagan's daughter blasted Donald's Trump's "glib and horrifying comment" on the Second Amendment . "I am the daughter of a man who was shot by someone who got his inspiration from a movie," the post begins, referring to
President Reagan Shooter John Hinckley Jr . to Be Released, Judge Orders
The "GMA" team and insiders analyze some of the biggest stories trending this morning.
Reagan Shooter John Hinckley Jr . Will Be Released to Home Stay
John Hinckley Jr., who shot President Ronald Reagan in 1981, has been granted full-time convalescent leave and will be released from St. Elizabeth's Hospital in Washington, D.C. , where he has been in treatment. U.S. District Judge Paul Friedman of Washington granted the leave, which will begin as
ARCHIVAL VIDEO: John Hinckley , Jr .'s Parents Speak Out in 1983
April 28, 1983: Barbara Walters interviews the parents of John Hinckley, Jr. for ABC's "20/20."
Anniversary of Ronald Reagan's Attempted Assassination
On this date 35 years ago, President Ronald Reagan survived an assassination attempt when a revolver-wielding gunman, later identified as John Hinckley Jr., waited for him on the sidewalk with reporters and photographers outside a Washington, D.C., hotel. It was a routine day for the president, who
ARCHIVAL VIDEO: Ronald Reagan Survives an Assassination Attempt
March 30, 1981: Reagan exits a Washington, D.C., hotel when gunman John Hinckley Jr. fires.
This Week in History: March 27- April 2
ABC News' Jonathan Karl looks back at great moments in history, politics and pop culture.