John Lennon’s killer up for parole…again.
A sixth parole hearing for John Lennon’s killer and former maintenance man from Hawaii Mark David Chapman, 55, is on the books at Attica Correctional Facility, the upstate New York prison where he is currently serving a sentence of 20 years to life for shooting Lennon four times Dec. 8, 1980. He pleaded guilty to second-degree murder.
Yoko Ono reportedly said last week she will continue to oppose Chapman’s release because she believes he remains a potential threat.
Chapman has appeared before the board every two years since 2000 and has been denied parole five times. His next interview could take place as early as…
Tuesday, said Marc Violette, Division of Parole spokesman. He was not more specific, he said, because Chapman is one of many parolees with interviews scheduled for this week and it is not known when the two-member interviewing panel will actually get to his interview.