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Rockefeller impostor to tell his story

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A former Upper Valley man who turned out to be a notorious impostor and a killer will tell his story on national television this weekend.

Christian Gerhartsreiter was found guilty last spring of killing a man in Los Angeles three decades ago. The investigation made national headlines because Gerhartsreiter was living for years as a wealthy man named Clark Rockefeller in Cornish, N.H.

Gerhartsreiter was sentenced to 27 years in prison, but maintains his innocence.

"I would like once again to reassert my innocence and that I would like to definitively state that I did not commit the crime of which I stand convicted," Gerhartsreiter said.

You can hear more from the phony Rockefeller on "48 Hours" Oct. 19 at 10 p.m. on Channel 3.

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