May 19, 2015 Mark David Chapman shot John Lennon in the back four times, killing him, on December 8, 1980. His reason was that he had become a born again Christian, and found the Lennon's statement" The Beatles are more popular than Jesus" offensive.
May 29, 2008 Mark David Chapman CO Attica Detention Center. followed by the prison's address. It will get to him. I don't know why you would want to write to him though, no matter what the question is. Heres Mark David Chapman inmate number 81A3860 in Attica State Prison in New York 2011 mugshot. He of course, is the ahole that murdered John Lennon. Heres the link to the New York State Corrections Department info on Mark David Chapman. It includes the following information Sometimes I just want to send him a letter and tell him Mark David Chapman (born May 10, 1955) is an American murderer who shot and killed John Lennon at the entrance to the Dakota apartment building in New York City on December 8, 1980.
Mark Chapman would have you know that he has not consented to address the public since the night he shot John Lennon, Dec.
8, 1980. Until now he has given no interviews except to attorneys, ministers or mentalhealth professionals, nor has he allowed his picture to be taken. Former NYPD cop Stephen Spiro has finally decided to part with the four notes Mark David Chapman wrote to him from prison following Chapman's coldblooded murder of the exBeatle. Advertisement Chapman wrote the letters over a period of several months in 1983, after he pleaded guilty to killing Lennon.
Mark David Chapman's neverbeforeseen prison letter and PICTURES of his conjugal visits revealed on the anniversary of John Lennon's murder writing: 'I never knew there were so many good Aug 24, 2018 Watch video John Lennon's killer, Mark David Chapman, has been denied parole for a 10th time and will remain behind bars for at least two more years. John Lennon, 40, was shot dead on December 8, 1980 by Mark Chapman, a fan who had grown angry at the singers atheist views and declaration that the Beatles had been more popular than Jesus.
The singer had just returned with his wife Yoko Ono to his New York City home from a busy day involving a photo shoot for Rolling Stone magazine, a