It has been almost 38 years since John Lennon was murdered outside of his New York home by Mark David Chapman in front of his wife, Yoko Ono.
Chapman, 63, is currently serving 20 years to life after confessing to the killing and being charged with 2nd degree murder. This week, he will go in front of the parole board for the 10th time in hopes of being released. He has been denied parole 9 times since December of 2000.
Chapman shot Lennon 4 times in December, 1980 at the famed Dakota apartment building near New York City's Central Park. He later admitted to planning the killing because he wanted to be famous.
The decision will be announced in the coming weeks.