John Lennon's killer says he feels shame as he's denied parole for 10th time


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WCVB— The man who gunned down John Lennon 38 years ago says he feels "more and more shame" every year for his crime.

KSBW—John Lennon's killer says he feels shame as he's denied parole for 10th time. The man who gunned down John Lennon 38 years ago says he feels "more and more shame" every year for his crime.

WPLG—John Lennon's killer says he feels shame as he's denied parole again. John Lennon's killer expressed his remorse and contrition for killing the legendary singer almost three decades ago. "As each year goes by, I feel more and more shame," Mark David Chapman told a New York parole board on August 22. A redacted transcript of the parole hearing was released this week by New York prison officials. Chapman, 63, is serving 20 years to life for second-degree murder. He was denied parole once again, and will remain behind bars for at least another two years. Chapman shot...

Mail Online—John Lennon's killer says he feels more shame every year. Mark David Chapman told a parole board in August about his remorse during his 10th unsuccessful attempt to win release.