Mark David Chapman Up For Parole For The 10th Time
What do Beatles fans think about the possibilities that the person that murdered John Lennon may be paroled Mark David Chapman is getting ready to go before a parole board for the 10th time without success at least so far.
John Lennon's murder should never be released from prison, fans agreed Wednesday at Central Park's Strawberry Fields memorial for the slain Beatle as Mark David Chapman readies himself for his 10th parole hearing scheduled for next week.
"I don't think he should ever get out," tourist Mike Pomarzynski said of Mark David Chapman who fatally shot Lennon outside the nearby Dakota apartments in 1980.
Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis, a Beatles and Lennon fan, held a rally at Strawberry fields on Wednesday to call on the State Parole Board to deny Chapman parole."This parole board has recently freed those responsible for the murders of cops, a prosecutor and children" she said, citing recent board controversies, including the release of Herman Bell a former black Liberation assassin.