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Tim J. McCarthy, who jumped in front of US President Reagan, taking a bullet and saving the president, works at his office in Orland Park, Illinois, where he heads the Orland Park Police, August 1, 2016. McCarthy has gone on record disagreeing with the court ordered release of John Hinckley Jr., who was declared not guilty of the attempted assassination of President Reagan on grounds of insanity. / AFP / derek henkle (Photo credit should read DEREK HENKLE/AFP/Getty Images)

Tim J. McCarthy, who jumped in front of US President Reagan, taking a bullet and saving the president, works at his office in Orland Park, Illinois, where he heads the Orland Park Police, August 1, 2016. 
McCarthy has gone on record disagreeing with the court ordered release of John Hinckley Jr., who was declared not guilty of the attempted assassination of President Reagan on grounds of insanity.   / AFP / derek henkle        (Photo credit should read DEREK HENKLE/AFP/Getty Images)

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Tim J. McCarthy, who jumped in front of US President Reagan, taking a bullet and saving the president, works at his office in Orland Park, Illinois, where he heads the Orland Park Police, August 1, 2016. McCarthy has gone on record disagreeing with the court ordered release of John Hinckley Jr., who was declared not guilty of the attempted assassination of President Reagan on grounds of insanity. / AFP / derek henkle (Photo credit should read DEREK HENKLE/AFP/Getty Images)

Tim J. McCarthy, who jumped in front of US President Reagan, taking a bullet and saving the president, works at his office in Orland Park, Illinois, where he heads the Orland Park Police, August 1, 2016. 
McCarthy has gone on record disagreeing with the court ordered release of John Hinckley Jr., who was declared not guilty of the attempted assassination of President Reagan on grounds of insanity.  
 / AFP / derek henkle        (Photo credit should read DEREK HENKLE/AFP/Getty Images)

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Tim J. McCarthy, who jumped in front of US President Reagan, taking a bullet and saving the president, works at his office in Orland Park, Illinois, where he heads the Orland Park Police, August 1, 2016. McCarthy has gone on record disagreeing with the court ordered release of John Hinckley Jr., who was declared not guilty of the attempted assassination of President Reagan on grounds of insanity. / AFP / derek henkle (Photo credit should read DEREK HENKLE/AFP/Getty Images)

Tim J. McCarthy, who jumped in front of US President Reagan, taking a bullet and saving the president, works at his office in Orland Park, Illinois, where he heads the Orland Park Police, August 1, 2016. 
McCarthy has gone on record disagreeing with the court ordered release of John Hinckley Jr., who was declared not guilty of the attempted assassination of President Reagan on grounds of insanity.  
 / AFP / derek henkle        (Photo credit should read DEREK HENKLE/AFP/Getty Images)

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Tim J. McCarthy, who jumped in front of US President Reagan, taking a bullet and saving the president, works at his office in Orland Park, Illinois, where he heads the Orland Park Police, August 1, 2016. McCarthy has gone on record disagreeing with the court ordered release of John Hinckley Jr., who was declared not guilty of the attempted assassination of President Reagan on grounds of insanity. / AFP / derek henkle (Photo credit should read DEREK HENKLE/AFP/Getty Images)

Tim J. McCarthy, who jumped in front of US President Reagan, taking a bullet and saving the president, works at his office in Orland Park, Illinois, where he heads the Orland Park Police, August 1, 2016. 
McCarthy has gone on record disagreeing with the court ordered release of John Hinckley Jr., who was declared not guilty of the attempted assassination of President Reagan on grounds of insanity.   / AFP / derek henkle        (Photo credit should read DEREK HENKLE/AFP/Getty Images)

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Tim J. McCarthy, who jumped in front of US President Reagan, taking a bullet and saving the president, works at his office in Orland Park, Illinois, where he heads the Orland Park Police, August 1, 2016. McCarthy has gone on record disagreeing with the court ordered release of John Hinckley Jr., who was declared not guilty of the attempted assassination of President Reagan on grounds of insanity. / AFP / derek henkle (Photo credit should read DEREK HENKLE/AFP/Getty Images)

Tim J. McCarthy, who jumped in front of US President Reagan, taking a bullet and saving the president, works at his office in Orland Park, Illinois, where he heads the Orland Park Police, August 1, 2016. 
McCarthy has gone on record disagreeing with the court ordered release of John Hinckley Jr., who was declared not guilty of the attempted assassination of President Reagan on grounds of insanity.  
 / AFP / derek henkle        (Photo credit should read DEREK HENKLE/AFP/Getty Images)