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Reagan's would-be assassin granted more freedom
He was diagnosed with major depression and psychotic and narcissistic personality disorders.
During the visits, Hinckley volunteers in the cafeteria of a local mental hospital, sees a music therapist and is observed by clinical staff before returning to spend the balance of each month back at St. Elizabeths.
Prosecutors opposed the increased freedom, saying that Hinckley's behavior, including his secretiveness, suggests he might still be dangerous. A spokeswoman did not immediately return a call for comment on the ruling, nor did a lawyer for Hinckley.
The judge added that he was concerned about two occasions in 2011 when Hinckley lied about his whereabouts by telling authorities he would be at the movies and instead went to a nearby bookstore.The dishonesty was isolated, though, so Hinckley should continue his visits, but submit detailed itineraries and carry a Global Positioning System-equipped cellphone, Friedman wrote.
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