Mark David Chapman, the person who killed John Lennon, has been denied parole for the twelfth time.
The 67-year-old was denied Monday after being interviewed by a parole board on the finish of August, in keeping with correction officers. Chapman is at the moment imprisoned at Inexperienced Haven Correctional Facility, north of New York Metropolis, the place he’s serving a 20-years-to-life sentence.
Chapman shot and killed Lennon, the late beloved Beatles star, exterior his Manhattan condominium on Dec. 8, 1980. Hours earlier, Lennon had autographed his “Double Fantasy” album for a then 25-year-old Chapman.
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State officers have but to make transcripts of Chapman’s newest board interview out there, however he has repeatedly expressed regret in earlier parole hearings. Chapman referred to as his actions “despicable” throughout his listening to in 2020, and stated he would have “no criticism in anyway” in the event that they selected to go away him in jail for the remainder of his life.
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“I assassinated him … as a result of he was very, very, very well-known and that’s the one purpose, and I used to be very, very, very, very a lot looking for self-glory. Very egocentric,” Chapman stated then.
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He’s subsequent as a consequence of seem earlier than the parole board in February 2024.
The Related Press contributed to this report.