Should the man who shot Ronald Reagan go free? | The Tylt

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The judge is placing strict restrictions on him, and Hinckley will still be monitored. Maybe he's rehabilitated sufficiently to be released.
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He has already visited his mother in Williamsburg more than 80 times without incident. In Wednesday's ruling, Judge Paul Friedman said that Hinckley's depression and psychotic disorder are in "full and sustained remission" and have been for more than 20 years.
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Many people think it's not just dangerous, but unfair for Hinckley to go free.
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They point out the injustice of Hinckley being taken alive, tried, found not guilty by reason of insanity, and now allowed to live out his life outside of a psychiatric hospital.
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Others argue that if you try to kill the president, you should never be released, no matter how well your rehab goes.
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While Hinckley didn't kill Reagan, he left James Brady permanently paralyzed. Brady died in 2014 prematurely as a result of those injuries.
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Ronald Reagan's son, Michael Reagan, argued that both he and the former president forgave John Hinckley for what he did, and supports his release.
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