The bestseller will get a TV series: The last days of John Lennon from the point of view of his killer

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Mark Chapman, the man who killed John Lennon in 1980, has been given a suspended sentence for the eleventh time.


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According to his lawyer, Jonas Herbbsmann, the opinion of widow Yoko Ono was crucial, as she opposed any reduction in her sentence while she was alive. The next hearing is scheduled for twelve months.

Mark Chapman wants to get out of jail today. However, he did his best to enter the prison. The murder was intentional, and the killer had no illusions. He did not even try to escape. In prison, at the time, Chapman saw it as a place of tranquility, days of repetition, time to read, a place protected from small daily worries…

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