John Hinckley Jr, The psychopath who shot former president of the United States Ronald Reagan, trying to kill the president, has been set free. Held in a psychiatric ward instead of prison for all of these years, Hinckley stated at the time of his trial that he shot Reagan in an attempt to try ‘impress’ actress Jodie Foster, after he allegedly saw the film ‘Taxi Driver,’ which starred the young actress along with Robert DeNiro. The lunatic later claimed that he made the actress famous, who was already widely successful and famous in Hollywood before the nut began stalking her.
The murderer killed White House Press Secretary James Brady, who initially survived the shooting by the madman, with the bullet entering just above his eye, with slurred speech, blurry vision, a condition of being crippled, and enduring great suffering. A police officer and secret service man was also shot by the Psych industry’s poster boy–yet lived.
Psychiatry, which has no record of ever ‘curing’ anyone of insanity, and on the contrary, kills and turns many into murderers with its psychiatric drugs among more, has been advocating strongly to release this attempted murderer back into society. We won’t digress on how many people the Reagan administration murdered–after all, that’s government’s job, right? But meanwhile, President Reagan suffered great physical and emotional pain at the hands of this psychotic individual, along with the pain his family endured seeing him suffer, as did emotionally–actress Jodie Foster, who this psychotic terrorized with stalking. Now–the psychiatric industry, immoral lawyers, and a foolish judge released this man back in to the free world of America, to live comfortably at home with his mother, and to do much of what he pleases. Is this fair? How would you feel if Hinkley’s victim was your loved one?
Judge Paul L. Friedman, who ruled in the case, and the psychiatric industry, seems to us to want to send the message to you and the world that–if you try to kill the President of the United States of America, you can get away with it. Just pretend you are ‘insane,’ tell people weird stuff, and hire a sneaky lawyer with no moral values for right or wrong.
Lets understand one simple point– anyone that attempts to kill someone or that does kill someone, essentially ‘is’ insane. And, the insane should not be given a free pass to get away with murder. On the contrary, they must all be held accountable, which means, if not getting death themselves–which is just– then at the very least, they should get life in prison. Murderers should not be rewarded with freedom. This killer is reportedly enjoying trips out of his mothers’ home for fast food, watching TV, and is even reportedly dating some crazed woman. Murderers need stopped–not granted freedom while their victims suffer or are dead, and victims’ families suffer. This is yet another dismal failure and tragedy of the ‘insane’ psychiatric industry–which has no care or regard for human life.
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