John Lennon's Killer Denied Parole for 12th Time   

Mark David Chapman, the assassin of John Lennon, has been refused parole 12th time.

At the end of August, Mark David Chapman, 67, went before a parole board.

On the evening of December 8, 1980, Chapman assassinated Lennon as he and Yoko Ono were returning to their apartment.

Chapman has frequently expressed regret in prior parole hearings.

He turned down his attorney's attempts to enter an insanity plea at trial and instead pleaded guilty.

North of New York City, in the Green Haven Correctional Facility, Chapman is imprisoned for 20 years to life.

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His next hearing with the parole board is scheduled for February 2024.