Parody of the possibility of John Hinckley being released from jail.
John Hinckley attempted to assasinate President Ronald Reagen on March 30, 1981. He fired six shots from his 22. The first bullet tore through the brain of press secretary James Brady. The second his policeman Thomas Delahanty in the back. The third overshot the President and hit a building. The fourth shot hit secret service agent Timothy McCarthy in the chest. The fifth shot hit the bullet-proof glass of the President's limousine.
At his trial in 1982 he was found not guilty for reasons of insanity. The verdict was an outrage to the country. The legal issues continued for years.