The person who shot John Lennon in entrance of his Manhattan residence in 1980 was denied parole for the eleventh time, officers from state correction introduced on Wednesday.
Mark David Chapman was turned down after being interviewed by a parole board on August 19.
Chapman, 65, is serving a 20-year jail sentence within the Wende Correctional Facility east of Buffalo.
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Chapman shot the previous Beatle on the night time of December 8, 1980, hours after Lennon signed an album for him.
He beforehand mentioned that yearly he’s “increasingly more ashamed” of the crime.
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“I used to be in too far,” Chapman informed a parole board in 2018.
“I keep in mind pondering, ‘Hey, you’ve gotten the album now. Have a look at this, he signed it, simply go residence. “However there is no such thing as a approach I might simply go residence.”
Chapman’s subsequent parole listening to is scheduled for August 2022.