John Lennon’s assassin David Chapman’s parole bid rejected for the 11th time

Music maestro John Lennon’s killer, nearly 40 years after the singer’s loss of life, has  been rejected parole for the 11th time.

According to experiences, Mark David Chapman, 65, who took the lifetime of The Beatles entrance man in December of 1980, will probably be serving jail time for at the least two extra years, as a part of his 20-year-to-life sentence at Wende Correctional Facility in New York.

The convict’s parole was rejected after an interview held earlier on August 19. Chapman will now be anticipated to seem earlier than The New York State Board of Parole in 2022.

Lennon, 40, was shot 4 instances by Chapman exterior his Dakota condominium constructing within the Upper West Side on December 8, 1980. The singer was accompanied by his spouse Yoko Ono when the incident occurred.

Chapman after taking pictures Lennon had stayed on the scene studying a replica of The Catcher within the Rye by JD Salinger, till he was arrested upon the police’s arrival.

His killer, pushed by the eager for notoriety, had initially been eligible for parole in 2000. He had disclosed in earlier hearings how he nonetheless receives letters full of grief he brought on by taking the lifetime of a beloved musician.

Lennon’s second spouse, Ono had been in opposition to the discharge of her late husband’s assassin, claiming his freedom would put her in addition to the lives of her late husband’s kids, Julian and Sean, in peril.