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Prosecutors: Hinckley is ‘lying’

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John Hinckley, the man who tried to assassinate President Reagan in 1981, asked to spend more time outside the Washington mental hospital where he's been treated for three decades. But prosecutors strongly object to his request. NBC’s Pete Williams has more.