A Final Walk with Jim Brady

When we remember Jim Brady, most of us recall this horrible 1981 semiotic from history.  Jim had been shot in the head — with a Röhm RG-14 .22 caliber blue steel revolver — and left for dead by John Hinckley, Jr. who was actually trying to assassinate president Ronald Reagan. Hinckley squeezed off six shots in under three seconds before the Secret Service were able to subdue him.

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