Would Lee Harvey Oswald get Parole?

John Hinckley, who tried to kill President Ronald Reagan is now allowed to spend more time away from his psychiatric hospital increasing the length of his visits to his mother’s hometown of Williamsburg, Va., from six nights at a time to nine and he can even apply for a driver’s license, said U.S. District Judge Paul Friedman. Hinckley will be required to carry a GPS-enabled cell phone to track his whereabouts. Judge Friedman found that Hinckley’s health will probably improve with more freedom and that he would not be a danger to himself or others. Hinckley has been committed to St. Elizabeth Hospital in Washington since March 30, 1981 when he shot and wounded President Ronald Reagan, press secretary James Brady, a Secret Service agent and a police officer, to impress actress Jodie Foster. Hinckley was found not guilty by reason of insanity. U.S. District Judge Paul Friedman said Hinckley still suffers from narcissistic personality disorder, exhibiting signs of grandiosity and self-importance, but not as intense as in 1981. He also can be deceptive, guarded, defensive, and sometimes secretive. Well sounds like he will be a fine upstanding citizens then Judge Friedman. This man shot at the President of the United States, enabled congress to enact the Brady Bill, and claimed it was for attention of a 19-year-old actress from California. There should be no parole if you attempt to harm the President is should be a death sentence.

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