John Hinckley, Jr. would-be assassin of President Ronald Reagan, hailed from a Texas oil family on intimate terms with the George W. Bush clan. John Hickley, Sr. was a close business associate of then-Vice President G.W. Bush, and John, Jr.'s brother Scott, according to a UPI report, declined a dinner invitation from Neil Bush on March 31, 1981 - the very day Reagan was shot.
G.W. Bush, of course, had been a DCI several years prior to the attempt on Reagan's life. Small world, after all ...
Even cursory research of leading news outlets at the time offer provocative leads to CIA mind control, but the corporate press never followed up on them. Perhaps CIA programming of political assassins and their ties to the Bush family aren't considered newsworthy by the county's ranking, opinion-distilling editors and publishers ... - AC
"THE SEARCH FOR THE MANCHURIAN CANDIDATE," BY JOHN MARKS