(Washington) John Hingley Jr., who tried to assassinate US President Ronald Reagan in 1981 to impress actress Jodi Foster, may be completely free in June 2022.
According to court documents, a federal judge on Monday approved an agreement between the judiciary and Mr Hinkley, who was released from a psychiatric hospital in 2016 after serving 30 years in prison.
The terms of his judicial review will be completely removed within nine months on the condition that he continues to be respected, and Judge Paul Friedman said during a hearing in the American media that he was “mentally stable”.
The now 66-year-old Mr. Hinkley shot the U.S. president on March 30, 1981, outside the Washington Hilton Hotel. He said he wanted to impress the actress couple Foster he saw in the film. Taxi driver.
He was declared criminally irresponsible by the court.
One of his bullets flew out of the armored president’s limousine and hit Ronald Reagan in the chest, going very close to his heart.
Three others were injured, including White House spokesman James Brady, who was partially paralyzed and had a speech problem.
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