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Usa: attacked Reagan, Hinkley free from court surveillance

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(ANSA) – ROME, JUN 16 – A chapter in history closes: John Hinkley, Ronald Reagan’s bomber, has been freed from all restrictions imposed by the courts. “After 41 years, two months and 15 days I am finally free,” said the man who, for the love of Jodie Foster, injured the then US president and sent his then spokesman Jim Brady in a wheelchair and then prompted him to take sides. against easy weapons available to all. Today’s announcement marks the end of decades of US government controls: from now on Hinkley will be able to move freely and use the internet.

“If Ronald Reagan had not been the target the restrictions would have been removed a long, long time ago,” said the judge, setting the date of unconditional freedom for today.

In July Hinckley, who plays guitar and sings, is planning a concert in Brooklyn. (HANDLE).

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