Transcript for John Hinckley Jr. Released From Mental Hospital With Conditions
One out of the release of the gunman who tried to assassinate president Ronald Reagan back in 1981. John Hinckley junior a free man tonight with conditions here's ABC's Devin Dwyer. Tonight John Hinckley junior beginning a new chapter scene here outside his mother's Virginia home. Free 35 years after trying to assassinate President Reagan. Before from 1981 on the minds of neighbors inside the gated community where Hinckley will live pepper kind of always been rich Cushman and you rigorous curling you to review of the uterus not. In recent years he please think given unsupervised release is from a psychiatric hospital in July a federal judge ruled Hinckley is no longer a danger to himself or others. Because mr. Hinckley has shown the court. That he can obeyed by the rules and regulations set out by the judge it's time to try and see how we does on his own without coming back to symbolism. Those rules include a ban on using social media and contacting any of his victims or their families. The court also forbidding Hinckley from Google in himself or researching weapons or pork. He also must continue therapy can be tracked by the GPS and his cellphone prosecutors insist Hinckley remains dangerous claiming on one occasion he pretended to go to a movie but actually went to a bookstore to stared books about presidential assassinations. If Hinckley violates terms of his release he could be sent back to the hospital. Tom Devin thank you.
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