Mrs. Chapman was on Wednesday for the New York Parole Commission. The decision, which the AP met on Thursday, said that the release of the sentenced person would "be incompatible with the welfare and safety of society" and "undermine the principle of respect for the law".
John D. Lennon MD D. Chapman, now 63, ended on December 8, 1980, when a legendary musician and his wife, Yoko Ono, went to his home next to Central Park in New York.
In 1981, a man was sentenced to 20 years in prison, with the right to be released earlier. He serves a prison sentence in a judicial institution in the western part of the state of New York.
"You have carefully planned and executed the killing of a worldwide personality, just for the sake of sounding," says the decision of the Parole Commission. – Although no human life is worth more than any other life, choosing someone who is acknowledged in the world and has nourished millions, despite the pain and suffering that you had to inflict on his family, friends and many others, you did not show -genious lack of respect for holiness and other pain in human life and suffering. "
According to the Commission's decision, the launch of Ms. D. Chapman would not only "reduce the seriousness of the committed crime", but also endanger public security because everyone could try to hurt her husband, retaliate or try to make her known.
The monument in memory of John Lennon in the Central Park was filmed by politicians and musicians on Wednesday and urged Mr. D. Chapman not to be released.
Photo by Scanpix / AP / For politicians and musicians who are committed to the commemoration of John Lennon, they called for the release of MP D. Chapman
The widow of John Lennon, the lawyer of Yoko Ono, John Herbsman, refused to comment on the last decision of the release committee.
The transcript of the hearing on the convicted petition has not yet been published. During the previous meetings, Ms. D. Chapman said that he still received letters telling people about the pain they had suffered as a result of the crime he had committed and regretted that he had chosen the wrong way to become famous.
Mrs D. Chapman will be able to submit a new request for conditional release in August 2020.
Scanpix / AP Photo / John Lennon and Yoko Ono (1969)