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John Lennon’s killer Mark Chapman denied parole for 12th time

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John Lennon‘s killer Mark Chapman has been denied parole for the 12th time, it has been confirmed.Chapman, 67, fatally shot Lennon at the entrance to the Beatles icon’s New York City apartment in December 1980.

The musician and Yoko Ono were returning to the Upper West Side building following a recording session. Lennon had signed an autograph for Chapman earlier that same day.Chapman appeared before a parole board at the end of last month, according to the state Department of Corrections and Community Supervision (via Billboard).New York corrections officials said yesterday (September 12) that he’d been denied parole once again.

Chapman is next due to appear before the parole board in February 2024.The killer unsuccessfully appealed for parole in August 2020, and then had to wait another two years before he was eligible for another hearing.Transcripts of Chapman’s most recent board interview have not yet been made available.

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