Compiled From Wire Service Dispatches With Analysis From Monitor Correspondents Around The World,
Edited By Laurent Belsie /
February 15, 1983
John Hinckley Jr. was under care after trying to commit suicide Sunday. He was the would-be assassin of President Reagan, whose acquittal by reason of insanity prompted many to question the validity of the insanity defense.
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