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When A Justice System Tries To Justify The Unjustifiable – Would Be Presidential Assassin John Hinckley Jr. Unconditionally Released In June

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Published on: September 28, 2021

“The tender mercies of the wicked are cruel.” -Proverbs 12:10

What would one expect from an injustice system that shows more compassion to the criminals than to the victims (Proverbs 17:15)?

This also comes from an injustice system that shows its full, unlawful support for the murder of the innocent in the womb, 60 million to date (Proverbs 6:17).

Now, they are even going so far as to justify an insane individual who attempted killing the president of the United States of America, John Hinckley Jr.

FOX News reported:

A federal judge ruled Monday that John Hinckley Jr. can be unrestrictedly released next year, more than 40 years after he shot then-President Reagan in 1981.
Hinckley was committed to St. Elizabeth’s hospital for more than 34 years before he was released under certain restrictions in 2016.

“If he hadn’t tried to kill a president he would have been released unconditionally a long time ago,” U.S. District Court Judge Paul Friedman said.

It was Friedman who had allowed Hinckley out five years ago, determining that Hinckley’s mental condition was “in full and sustained remission” and had been for more than 27 years. He had been diagnosed with a psychotic disorder and major depression.

Upon his restricted release from St. Elizabeth’s in 2016, Hinckley was required to live with his mother in Williamsburg, Virginia. He also was forbidden from having a firearm, contacting Reagan’s children, or contacting actress Jodie Foster. Hinckley had been obsessed with Foster, and had written in a letter that he intended to assassinate Reagan to impress her.
The government has also been monitoring his care.

In Conclusion: It is the duty and obligation that judges uphold the law (Article III, Section 1 US Constitution) unto judgment in deterring the crimes. Friends, the purpose is to establish righteousness and peace within the gates (Amos 5:15), not to promote or to overlook the crimes (Deuteronomy 19:19; Psalm 94:16). Without a doubt, the justice system in this country is in operation backwards to its very purpose (Isaiah 59).

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