Coverage of John Hinckley

Lawyers say insanity verdict could hinder new charges against Hinckley in Brady’s death
Press secretary was shot in head during assassination attempt on President Ronald Reagan in 1981.
 
Medical examiner rules James Brady’s death a homicide
(The Washington Post, August 8, 2014; 8:45 PM)
 
Federal judge grants would-be Reagan assassin expanded leave from D.C. hospital
(The Washington Post, February 27, 2014; 4:48 PM)
 
Federal judge grants more freedom to John Hinckley Jr., Reagan’s would-be assassin
(The Washington Post, December 20, 2013; 5:45 PM)
 
John Hinckley case attorneys debate plans for unsupervised visits
(The Washington Post, January 24, 2013; 1:13 PM)
 
Colorado shootings add chapter to long, unpredictable story of U.S. mass murder
(The Washington Post, July 24, 2012; 8:24 PM)
 
Cartagena prostitution scandal is no laughing matter to Secret Service alumni
(The Washington Post, May 2, 2012; 12:50 PM)
 
Baltimore looking to sell, lease landmarks
(The Washington Post, March 24, 2012; 11:08 PM)
 
Closing arguments delivered in John Hinckley hearing
(The Washington Post, February 9, 2012; 6:52 PM)
 
Target the mentally ill, not guns
(The Washington Post, January 29, 2012; 5:48 PM)
 
Parole for Lululemon killer? Md. priest charged with indecent exposure; when the Redskins were champions (A.M. Buzz)
(The Washington Post, January 26, 2012; 6:38 AM)
 
John Hinckley remains deceptive and isolated: Gov’t expert
(The Washington Post, January 25, 2012; 2:25 PM)
 
John Hinckley seemed fixated on assassination books
(The Washington Post, January 23, 2012; 10:09 PM)
 
Secret Service agent: Hinckley was ‘fixated’ on bookstore shelf
(The Washington Post, January 23, 2012; 2:13 PM)
 
Hearings on John Hinckley’s mental state to continue
(The Washington Post, January 23, 2012; 8:16 AM)
 
Hinckley hearings pushed back to late January
(The Washington Post, December 13, 2011; 3:17 PM)
 
Hinckley: ‘Flawed’ but improving, or a danger?
(The Washington Post, December 10, 2011; 6:36 PM)
 
Judge doesn’t want to hand Hinckley freedom decision to doctors
(The Washington Post, December 8, 2011; 11:35 AM)
 
John Hinckley ‘doesn’t bother anybody,’ sister testifies
(The Washington Post, December 6, 2011; 12:23 PM)
 
John Hinckley’s bookstore visit attracts scrutiny
(The Washington Post, December 5, 2011; 4:32 PM)
 
At Hinckley hearings, occasional struggles tracking the women in his life
(The Washington Post, December 5, 2011; 2:27 PM)
 
It’s nuts to spend so much time and money on John W. Hinckley Jr.
(The Washington Post, December 1, 2011; 9:43 PM)
 
In Hinckley hearings, judge alternates between feistiness, humor
(The Washington Post, December 1, 2011; 2:22 PM)
 
Doctor: John W. Hinckley was engaged, then called it off
(The Washington Post, December 1, 2011; 11:07 AM)
 
Zeno, prosecutor who handled Hinckley case, retires
(The Washington Post, May 30, 2011; 8:20 PM)
 
Loughner ruling creates potential obstacles on path to trial in Arizona shootings
(The Washington Post, May 27, 2011; 7:15 PM)
 
Hinckley gets more time off from St. Elizabeths
(The Washington Post, May 12, 2011; 12:37 PM)
 
John Hinckley Jr. visit request opposed by government
(The Washington Post, April 12, 2011; 7:48 AM)
 
Leon Swain, D.C. taxi czar, recalls Reagan shooting
(The Washington Post, March 30, 2011; 7:20 PM)
 
Rawhide Down: Del Wilber on the near assassination of Ronald Reagan
(vForum, March 29, 2011; 11:38 AM)
 
When Reagan was shot, who was ‘in control’ at the White House?
(The Washington Post, March 25, 2011; 9:12 PM)
 
‘Rawhide Down,’ a gripping account of the day Reagan was shot
(The Washington Post, March 11, 2011; 4:39 PM)
 
Reagan Wounded by Assailant’s Bullet; Prognosis Is ‘Excellent’; 3 Others Shot
(The Washington Post, March 30, 1981; 11:00 PM)