Aug. 24, 2008
An interview with ‘Clark Rockfeller’
In a jailhouse talk, an alleged kidnapper with multiple aliases speaks of a Brahmin life, a father’s love, but tiptoes around his past
He burst into the room smiling, with the cheerful demeanor of a host welcoming guests to a party. “Clark Rockefeller,” he said, fixing his gaze on a visitor and extending a hand. His nails were manicured. He wore tasseled loafers with his gray, jail-issued scrubs. He turned to another visitor and another, bowing slightly to each.