|October 5: In New Haven
October 6: Fly to Lincoln
October 7: Fly to Nashville
October 9: Fly to New Haven
October 11: Fly to Dallas
October 15: Fly to New Haven
October 17: Fly to Washington, D. C.
October 19: Fly to Denver
Closing Argument Excerpts:
Closing Argument of Mr. Adelman for the Prosecution:
You know, look at those charts (pointing to chart showing Hinckley's
travels). [They show] Mr. Hinckley flying all over the United
This man is not a drifter or a loner stumbling around some little town
in Nebraska running into fence posts. He is flying United
he is flying American....Did you ever hear any evidence that Mr.
didn't have the ability to make the airline connections, to travel
and do what he wanted?
Closing Argument of Mr. Fuller for the Defense:
[You] can track very closely the defendant's travel through the months
of the early fall and winter of 1981. And I think these are all
with what I am suggesting to you now, that the defendant's motivating,
driving forces are unreal, that [there has been] detachment from
as you and I know it to be.