The Reagan assassination attempt occurred on Monday, March 30, 1981, just 69 days into the presidency of Ronald Reagan. While leaving a speaking engagement at the Washington Hilton Hotel in Washington, D.C., President Reagan and three others were shot and wounded by John Hinckley, Jr. Nobody was killed in the attack, though Press Secretary James Brady was left paralyzed and permanently disabled. Hinckley was found not guilty by reason of insanity and remains confined to a psychiatric facility. I suppose that’s a good way of describing “Edgar” in the movie Men in Black…
Because the actor who plays this character, Edgar, is the same actor that played the role of John Hinckley, Jr…. namely, Vincent D’Onofrio.
All of the “facts” of this fake media-scripted event are complete bogus lies. Not only was nobody killed, nobody even got shot or wounded. All of the people involved in this incident are actors. One of them is of particular importance: Jim Brady. The incident that followed illuminates how two many cooks in the kitchen spoil the broth:
During the confusion that followed after the shooting, all major media outlets, except CNN, erroneously reported that Brady had died. Later, when ABC News anchorman Frank Reynolds, a friend of Brady’s, was forced to retract the report, he angrily stated on-air to his staff, “C’mon, let’s get it nailed down!” resulting in Sam Donaldson joining him after commercial. During the hours-long operation, surgeon Dr. Arthur Kobrine was informed of the media’s announcement of Brady’s death, to which he retorted, “No one has told me and the patient.” 
Although Brady survived, the wound left him with slurred speech and partial paralysis that required the full-time use of a wheelchair. His neurosurgeon, Arthur Kobrine, described him as having difficulty controlling his emotions while speaking after the shooting, saying “he would kind of cry-talk for a while”, and suffering deficits in memory and thinking, such as failing to recognize people. However, Kobrine said that 30 years later, Brady could walk and had recovered almost all speech and cognitive function.
Brady was unable to work as the White House Press Secretary but remained in the position until the end of Reagan Administration with Larry Speakes and Marlin Fitzwater performing the job on an “acting” or “deputy” basis.
We see from the below image collection prepared by Ed Chiarini that James Brady was played by Ed Adsner, and his wife was played by Jean Stapleton. The purpose of this fake media event is clear: To continue the overall goal of taking guns out of the hands of responsible citizens.
Together with his wife, Sarah, who served as Chair of the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence, formerly known as Handgun Control, Inc., co-founded by N.T. Pete Shields, Brady subsequently lobbied for stricter handgun control and assault weapon restrictions. The Brady Handgun Violence Prevention Act, also known simply as “the Brady Bill”, was named in his honor.
Brady received the honorary degree of doctor of laws from McKendree College, Lebanon, Illinois, in 1982. Sarah and James Brady were each awarded a doctorate degree (of Humane Letters) by Drexel University in 1993. In 1996, he received the Presidential Medal of Freedom from President Bill Clinton, the highest civilian award in the United States.
So, it seems as no surprise that Bill Clinton would be in on it as well…