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John Lennon’s murderer apologizes to Yoko Ono

John Lennon’s murderer apologized to the singer’s wife, Yoko Ono, 40 years after the murder.

Mark David Chapman had shot the singer four times outside John Lennon’s home in New York on December 8, 1980.

His wife, Yoko Ono, was there at the time of the murder.

Chapman’s parole was denied for the eleventh time after the trial last month.

In the trial, Chapman said he killed Lennon for “fame”.

Chapman used the following statements:

“I want to repeat that I am sorry for the crime I committed. I have no excuse. It was for my own glory. I think it’s the worst crime that can be committed against an innocent person. ”

Chapman, 65, apologized to Lennon’s family, saying he was “constantly” thinking of murder.

Chapman said:

“It was a very selfish act. Sorry for the pain I gave (to Ono).”

Chapman, who was 25 when he committed the murder, “(Lennon) was tremendously famous. I did not kill him because of his personality or because he was such a man. ” The Beatles praised the member for being ‘an icon’ and ‘family man’.

Chapman, now 65, said he realized that his crime “pretty scary” and “a despicable act.”

Chapman, when asked whether his sentence was appropriate. Before adding that he should be sentenced to death, “I don’t deserve anything, zero.”

Chapman used the following statements:

“I think the death penalty should be given when you knowingly planned to kill someone and did it for yourself even though you knew it was wrong. He was a human and I knew I was going to kill him. This alone shows that nothing is deserved. If you and the law choose to keep me here for the rest of my life, I will have no complaints. ”

Chapman told the parole board that J.D. He also mentioned that Salinger’s book Children in the Rye used to be attractive. Chapman was found reading the novel when the police arrived at the crime scene. He said that the protagonist in the novel identifies himself with his “seclusion” and “loneliness.”

At the trial, Chapman described himself as “a devout Christian”. Chapman is married and his wife lives near the prison.

The New York State Penal Execution and Community Supervisory Board in its decision to deny parole Chapman’s “personal growth and productive use of time”. Although he admits, ultimately “only the family of the victim and it is causing havoc for the whole world, not for the former band members.

Chapman will not be on parole for at least two more years.

Written by Maraaz

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