The man who killed the Beatles legend was denied parole for the tenth time.
It was on December 8, 1980 that John Lennon, a Beatles musician, was shot four times by Mark Chapman in New York. Now, 40 years later and in full court, the killer apologized to widow Yoko Ono.
Mark Chapman is serving a life sentence in a New York jail, and saw his probation denied him for the tenth time after a hearing in August. According to the BBC, Chapman assumed that he killed Lennon for “glory” and that nothing can be argued if the judges decide to keep him in jail for the rest of his life.
“I want to reiterate that I regret the crime I committed. I have no excuse. It was for my own glory. It is the worst crime that can be committed against an innocent person ”, he admitted.
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