“He was just someone who didn’t know me; Someone with an agenda that I know I can’t handle. I know I need to get rid of him. ”
The ‘Fire and Rain’ singer added that the encounter took place about 25 minutes from the scene where Chapman Lennon was shot.
Chapman, now 65, was denied parole for the 11th time in August.
He pleaded guilty to second-degree murder and is currently serving a life sentence of 20 years at the Wendy Correctional Facility in Erie County, New York.
Chapman will now remain in bars for at least two years, with the next hearing scheduled for August 2022. He first qualified for parole in 2000.
Lennon’s bandmate McCartney discusses the murder of his bandmate in a recent interview New York Times That it was “an unwise act.”
“It’s hard for me to think,” he said.
“I run the scene in my head again. Very emotional. I can not think of it that much. This is a kind of implodes.
“What can you think of it but anger and grief?” He continued. “Like any death, the only way is to remember how good it was with John. Because I can not overcome the foolish act. I can not think of it.
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