A mystery that had still remained unveiled, after 30 years of John Lennon’s assassination is why the shooter Mark Chapman didn’t attempted to ran away after shooting Lennon. The instance hints on the involvement of the political interventions that had influenced Chapman so intensely that he had his own conviction behind the act.
The murder of the legendary John Lennon on 8th December, 1980 has always been a matter of controversy and had triggered several sort of conspiracy. One of the evidences that had acted as the impetus towards the assassination is that, Mark Chapman, the gunman who blew the fatal blow, never attempted to run out of the scene and calmly waited for the arrival of the cops and eventually surrendered.
Why Chapman didn’t run away?
Chapman’s act of not attempting for an escape, that he could have done easily raises the possibility that the gunman was having sound convictions on what he was doing. The conspiracy theories even involved the participation of the political bodies as consequences of Lennon’s radicalism.