The man who shot President Ronald Reagan won’t have to wear an ankle monitor if allowed to leave a mental hospital for good, a judge indicated Friday, brushing aside that request from the government.
If the man who shot President Ronald Reagan is allowed to leave a mental hospital for good, he should have to live under strict conditions, wearing an ankle monitoring device and driving a car with a GPS tracking device, government lawyers said Thursday.
The man who shot President Ronald Reagan and three other people in 1981 won’t face new charges in the death last summer of Reagan’s former press secretary, federal prosecutors said Friday.
The man who attempted to assassinate President Ronald Reagan will get to spend more time outside a mental hospital where he has been confined for most of the past three decades, a judge ruled Friday.
The man who shot President Ronald Reagan in 1981 stopped and paused at a bookstore last fall in front of books on presidential assassinations and Reagan’s dispute with striking air traffic controllers.
The sister of the man who shot President Ronald Reagan said Tuesday he “doesn’t bother anybody” while on release from a mental hospital and that he should be allowed to spend more time at his mother’s Virginia home.
The man who attempted to assassinate President Ronald Reagan is asking to spend more time outside a Washington mental hospital, but a government lawyer says John Hinckley’s request is premature and that he recently lied to cover up the fact he looked at books on Reagan and presidential assassinations.
The man who tried to assassinate President Ronald Reagan 30 years ago can make additional visits to his mother’s house from the psychiatric hospital where he is committed, a judge has ruled.