The would-be murderer of former President Ronald Reagan, John Hinckley Jr., shared a tweet Friday selling his live performance in New York Metropolis.
“I can be singing 17 songs at my present in Brooklyn, NY. on July 8. All originals,” he wrote.
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Hinckley first introduced the gig in April. “Huge information!! I can be acting on July 8 on the Market Resort in Brooklyn, NY,” he tweeted. “Get your tickets whilst you can.”
On Wednesday, U.S. District Court docket Decide Paul Friedman granted Hinckley unconditional launch from any present restrictions, to start on June 15.
Based on Friedman, he’s “now not a hazard to himself or others.”
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“An enormous thanks to everybody who helped me get my unconditional launch. What a protracted unusual journey it has been,” Hinckley tweeted after the ruling. “Now it’s time to rock and roll.”