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Thursday, 9 September 2010

Lennon's killer again denied parole!

Mark David Chapman, the man who senselessly murdered John Lennon in December 1980 has once again been denied parole - for the sixth time. Reports say that Chapman is disappointed after appealing in the court for his release. Good enough for the murderous git, is what I say.

Chapman then
Chapman Now
The review board calls the release of the killer as ‘inappropriate’ and ‘incompatible with the welfare of the community’. Chapman, now 55, shot dead Lennon in the year 1980. Since  2000, Chapman is legally eligible for parole after he completed the first half of his  20 years life sentence term.
Chapman shot the singer four times, outside Lenon’s home in Manhattan in the presence of his wife, Yoko Ono. He was sentenced to jail in August 1981 for committing second-degree murder.
Chapman’s parole denial is indeed a good news for Ono, because she feels that Chapman’s release is a big threat to her life as well as the lives of her family.

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