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Documentary about John Lennon’s death hits streaming this Wednesday (06)

The new documentary about the death of John Lennon arrives in the AppleTV+ catalog this Wednesday (06). The documentary series “John Lennon: Murder Without A Trial” will be divided into three episodes.

The production will feature exclusive interviews with witnesses to the murder of John Lennon, which took place in 1980. For the documentary series, the producers used numerous information via the Freedom of Information Act from the New York Police Department, the Parole Board and the office of the Public Prosecutor.

Interviewees include a taxi driver who witnessed the shooting; the doorman of the building where Lennon lived with his family and who heard the ex-Beatle’s last words; and with Mark’s defense lawyer David Chapman, the person responsible for shooting the singer.

Elliot Mintz, a close friend of Lennon and Yoko Ono, was also heard, as well as a psychiatrist who evaluated Chapman for the first time.

The series will cover, in addition to John Lennon’s last moments, the investigation and conviction of Chapamn, who confessed to the murder.

The production is narrated by Emmy Award-winner Kiefer Sutherland.

Executive producers of “John Lennon: Murder Without a Trial” are David Glover (“Memoirs of 9/11”), Mark Raphael (“Crime and Punishment”) and Rob Coldstream, as well as producers Simon Bunney and Louis Lee Ray.

Check out the trailer for “John Lennon: Murder Without a Trial”:

Source: CNN Brasil

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