- SKU: 14851984
- Release Date: 03/28/2006
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On December 8, 1980, Mark David Chapman finally silenced the voices inside his head. They had been telling him for months to fulfill the murderous plot he had constructed. His victim was one of the most famous musical icons of the 20th century. A&E documents the moments leading up to the singer's demise in American Justice: John Lennon Assassination. Chapman was considered a friendly and well-liked man most of his life. While working at the YMCA and a Vietnamese refugee camp, he was lauded for his rapport with children. But, inside, Chapman harbored a deep self-hatred. He thought he was a failure and attempted suicide a number of times. One fateful night, Chapman's loathing was transferred to the famous Beatle after Lennon made an unpopular comment comparing the group to Jesus. Chapman visualized Lennon as the enemy and his mission was to take him out. A&E takes viewers back to that cold winter night to relive the death of a superstar. ~ Sarah Ing, Rovi