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Alternatively, he kills Iris' pimp.
Brought on his obsession with Jodie Foster
Watched the movie at least 15 times, and felt a strong relation to the main character (Travis).
Similarities between Travis and John
Being rejected by a girl he liked
Made up girlfriend "Lynn Collins"
Planned to assassinate in order
to gain attention
Started collecting guns
Started Collecting Guns
Obsession with Jodie Foster
John's mother Jo Ann was called "Jodi" by people close to her, and when younger was said to have a strong resemblance to Jodi Foster.
After realizing Jodi Foster attended Yale he enrolled in a writing class at Yale
thought he was going to rescue her
Started stalking Foster
would leave poems and letters in her mailbox
Repeatedly called her (had two conversations)
Foster very politely, but firmly brushed him off
President Reagan gave a speech at the Washington Hilton Hotel, and when walking back to the limousine waving at the crowd he was shot
Hinckley got six shots off in three seconds, hitting President Reagan, a police officer, a secret service agent, and Secretary James Brady.
The defense argued that Hinckley was "legally-insane" at the time of the shooting; therefore, he could not be held fully responsible for his actions.
Sought the Insanity Defense
Vincent Fuller - senior defense attorney
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'For the sake of clarifying the issue before us, let us admit that (false) claim. In that case, insanity is similar, say, to Parkinsonism or a stroke, brain diseases diagnosed and treated by neurologists. A brain disease may, indeed, be a cause. But a cause of what? Typically, of a behavioral deficit, such as weakness, blindness, paralysis. No brain disease causes complex, coordinated behaviors, such as the crimes committed by Andrew Goldstein or John Hinckley, Jr.
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Carpenter, concluded Hinckley suffered from "process" schizophrenia, causing a blurred sense of identity.
Schizophrenia - a serious mental illness characterized by incoherent or illogical thoughts, bizarre behavior and speech, and delusions or hallucinations
an incapacity to have an ordinary emotional arousal
autistic retreat from reality
depression including "suicidal features"
inability to work or establish social bonds
Four major symptoms shown in Hinckley:
Defense Diagnosis: Schizophrenia cont'd
Lack of self-identity caused him to assume identities of others
Hinckley thought Reagan's wave was just to him, when was actually intended for the crowd
Also thought Travis Bickle was talking to him, and he began to feel like he was acting out a movie script
Government team of psychiatrists suggested Hinckley suffered from various personality disorders, but was not psychotic or insane.
Argued although Hinckley was emotionally disturbed he was legally sane, and that he appreciated the wrongfulness of his act at the time of the shooting
Roger Adelman - Government's Senior Prosecutor