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  April 17: 'Behind Closed Doors', Part 5

'Clark Rockefeller' speaks on murder, multiple aliases

  In this August 2008 interview with Natalie Morales, the man who calls himself “Clark Rockefeller” talked about his life, strange memories and allegations regarding the murder of John Sohus.

Preview: ‘Behind Closed Doors’ (April 17)

  Watch this special preview of the investigation and trial of ‘Clark Rockefeller’, an imposter who was found guilty of murder, airing Wednesday, April 17th, at 8pm/7c.

'Clark Rockefeller' on being a Quaker

  Christian Karl Gerhartsreiter, the man who posed as 'Clark Rockefeller' and recently found guilty of murder, talks to NBC News' Natalie Morales about being a Quaker.  Watch the full Dateline report 'Behind Closed Doors' on Wednesday, April 17th, at 8pm/7c.

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Christian Karl Gerhartsreiter, who calls himself Clark Rockefeller, sits in Suffolk Superior Court in Boston
Christian Karl Gerhartsreiter, who calls himself Clark Rockefeller, sits in Suffolk Superior Court in Boston

Christian Karl Gerhartsreiter , who calls himself Clark Rockefeller, sits in Suffolk Superior Court in Boston May 18, 2010, where he requested a reduced sentence in the kidnapping of his seven-year-old daughter during the hearing. REUTERS/Ted Fitzgerald/Pool