John Lennon/Assassination

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Event.png John Lennon/Assassination (assassination,  shooting,  Mid-level deep event) Rdf-entity.pngRdf-icon.png
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Date8 December 1980
LocationThe Dakota,  New York
PerpetratorsJose Sanjenis Perdomo
Blamed onMark David Chapman
Witnessed byMark David Chapman

“Listen, if anything happens to Yoko and me, it was not an accident.”
John Lennon (1972)  [1]
To Paul Krassner

John Lennon was assassinated on 8 December 1980 outside the Dakota hotel in New York. The hotel doorman was Jose Sanjenis Perdomo, the assassin who chose the staff of Operation 40. The killing was blamed on Mark David Chapman, whose erratic behaviour could be compared to that of MKUltra patsy, Sirhan Sirhan.

Official Narrative

A few hours before his assassination, John Lennon signs a copy of Double Fantasy for Mark Chapman.

Mark David Chapman was a "lone nut" who, after having asking for and received Lennon's signature earlier that day, had been waiting 6 hours for him until evening. On seeing John Lennon, he called out to him (maybe[2]) before firing five shots at Lennon, which proved fatal. In court he mentioned that he was incensed by Lennon's remark that "We're more popular than Jesus".


Mark David Chapman had family links[clarification needed] which connect him to derivatives of the MKULTRA programme. The hotel doorman, a witness to the killing who spoke to Chapman before the police arrived was Jose Sanjenis Perdomo, a key organiser of Operation 40 (a CIA assassination squad). His name was not reported by commercially-controlled media at the time of the assassination, and quite possibly remained undisclosed for six years.[3]

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Related Quotation

Elliott Abrams“I'm sorry, but John Lennon was not that important a figure in our times. Why is his death getting more attention than Elvis Presley's? Because Lennon is perceived as a left-wing figure politically, anti-establishment, a man of social conscience with concern for the poor. And, therefore, he is being made into a great figure. Too much has been made of his life. It does not deserve a full day's television and radio coverage. I'm sick of it.”Elliott Abrams



Mark David ChapmanThe convicted but probable controlled patsy killer of John Lennon.


Related Document

TitleTypePublication dateAuthor(s)Description
File:John Lennon at 80-One Man Against The Deep State Monster-John W. Whitehead.pdfarticleJohn W. WhiteheadJohn Lennon, born 80 years ago on October 9, 1940, was a musical genius and pop cultural icon. He was also a vocal peace protester and anti-war activist, and a high-profile example of the lengths to which the Deep State will go to persecute those who dare to challenge its authority.


The Official Culprit

Mark David ChapmanThe convicted but probable controlled patsy killer of John Lennon.