An infamous serial killer, who terrorized New York in the late 1970's, has been denied parole yet again.

FOX News Radio's Lisa Lacerra reports from New York City:

For the sixth time, the New York State Parole Board, denying David Berkowitz - also known as "Son of Sam" - parole.  Berkowitz was convicted of fatally shooting six people, and injuring several others, in a string of assaults using a .44 caliber handgun in and around New York City in 1976 and 1977.  Berkowitz says Jesus has forgiven him.

(Berkowitz) "At one time, I was called the "Son of Sam."  Today, God has said, You are now the 'Son of Hope.''"

That from a prison video in the 1990's.  David Berkowitz has served 35 years in prison.  He's eligible for another parole hearing in two years.

In New York, Lisa Lacerra, FOX News Radio.