Ohio cannibal killer denied parole again
CINCINNATI — The man once called "Clermont County's version of Hannibal Lecter" after he killed his roommate and ate part of his brain nearly 40 years ago was recently denied parole for the fifth time.
David Allen Chapin shot his longtime friend Donald Liming in the eye in their apartment in Milford during an argument over religion on Oct. 3, 1978. Chapin was a Baptist, while Liming had said he was a Catholic, a Buddhist and a pagan. Both were 23.
Chapin, 60, is serving life in prison at the Allen Correction Institution in Lima, Ohio, and has been denied parole five times,... read more
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