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James Brady, Presidential Press Secretary, lies wounded in aftermath of attempted assassination of Ronald Reagan as police and Secret Service agents wrestle John Hinckley Jr to ground. (APFile Photo)
James Brady, Presidential Press Secretary, lies wounded in aftermath of attempted assassination of Ronald Reagan as police and Secret Service agents wrestle John Hinckley Jr to ground. (AP/File Photo)
Ronald Reagan is seen just before being shoved into limousine by secret service agents, during attempted assassination by John Hinckley Jr. (APFile)
Ronald Reagan is seen just before being shoved into limousine by secret service agents, during attempted assassination by John Hinckley Jr. (AP/File)
Ronald Reagan reacts during the assassination attempt. (APFile)
Ronald Reagan reacts during the assassination attempt. (AP/File)
This photograph shows an excerpt of a letter written by John Hinckley Jr. to actress Jodie Foster. (Photo courtesy of Del Quentin Wilber)
This photograph shows an excerpt of a letter written by John Hinckley Jr. to actress Jodie Foster. (Photo courtesy of Del Quentin Wilber)
This photograph shows the crowd of onlookers seconds before President Reagan was shot. Hinckley is the third visible person from the left. (Photo courtesy of Del Quentin Wilber)
This photograph shows the crowd of onlookers seconds before President Reagan was shot. Hinckley is the third visible person from the left. (Photo courtesy of Del Quentin Wilber)
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227 p.m. on March 30, 1981, moments before John Hinckley Jr. shot President Reagan. (Photo courtesy of Del Quentin Wilber)
2:27 p.m. on March 30, 1981, moments before John Hinckley Jr. shot President Reagan. (Photo courtesy of Del Quentin Wilber)
Outside the Washington Hilton moments after John Hinckley Jr. shot President Reagan.(Photo courtesy of Del Quentin Wilber)
Outside the Washington Hilton moments after John Hinckley Jr. shot President Reagan.(Photo courtesy of Del Quentin Wilber)
Outside the Washington Hilton moments after John Hinckley Jr. shot President Reagan. (Photo courtesy of Del Quentin Wilber)
Outside the Washington Hilton moments after John Hinckley Jr. shot President Reagan. (Photo courtesy of Del Quentin Wilber)
Outside the Washington Hilton moments after John Hinckley Jr. shot President Reagan. (Photo courtesy of Del Quentin Wilber)
Outside the Washington Hilton moments after John Hinckley Jr. shot President Reagan. (Photo courtesy of Del Quentin Wilber)
Nancy Reagan rushes to the hospital where her husband is in critical condition. (Photo courtesy of Del Quentin Wilber)
Nancy Reagan rushes to the hospital where her husband is in critical condition. (Photo courtesy of Del Quentin Wilber)
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George Washington University Hospital, where Reagan was taken after his Secret Service detail discovered he was shot. (Photo courtesy of Del Quentin Wilber)
George Washington University Hospital, where Reagan was taken after his Secret Service detail discovered he was shot. (Photo courtesy of Del Quentin Wilber)
The .22 caliber Rohn RG-14 revolver John Hinckley Jr. used to shoot Ronald Reagan, injuring others at the scene. (Photo courtesy of Del Quentin Wilber)
The .22 caliber Rohn RG-14 revolver John Hinckley Jr. used to shoot Ronald Reagan, injuring others at the scene. (Photo courtesy of Del Quentin Wilber)
Nancy Reagan visits her husband in recovery at George Washington University hospital. (Photo courtesy of Del Quentin Wilber)
Nancy Reagan visits her husband in recovery at George Washington University hospital. (Photo courtesy of Del Quentin Wilber)
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