Homicide 33 Years After Shot Fired?

By Benita on August 15, 2014//Leave a comment

Two weeks ago, James Brady passed away. He was Ronald Reagan’s Press Secretary who miraculously survived a gunshot wound to the head during the 1981 assassination attempt on the President. The medical examiner ruled his death a homicide because he died as a result of his injuries from his gunshot wound. This ruling results in a unique twist to the case because the gunman, John Hinckley, Jr., could face murder charges for the crime he committed 33 years ago. Read the full story here.


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