The man who tried to kill President Ronald Reagan will be free

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He will be released now from Washington’s St. Elizabeths hospital after all of the experts and treatment providers agreed that Hinckley’s major depression and psychotic disorder were “in full and sustained remission and have been for more than twenty years.” The last year he has been allowed to spend 17 days a month at the home. Now is set to begin his “convalescent leave” on August 5. Special measures will apply: he will have to attend individual and group therapy sessions and is barred from talking to the media; he is allowed to drive but there are restrictions on how far he can travel and Secret Service also periodically follows him. He has spent time volunteering at a church as well as a local mental hospital and has some hobbies: painting, playing the guirar and photography.

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