John Hinckley Jr., who wounded then President Reagan and three others in a failed assassination attempt in 1981, will win unconditional release next year as part of a court settlement.

John Hinckley Jr., Who Shot Ronald Reagan, Will Be Unconditionally Released In 2022

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