ROCKEFELLER Could be WANTED 1980's Murder Suspect, say Detectives
IN a sensational twist to the Rocke-phoney tale, it has been revealed that Boston Detectives are anxious to quiz Clark Rockefeller about a 1980 murder in California, which appears to match his fingers prints with those found at the scene for a now missing "Christopher Chichester", presumed on the run.
The murder case, which remains unsolved, was opened in 1994 when three plastic bags containing human bones were found by construction workers as they dug a hole for a swimming pool in the wealthy “old money” Californian town of San Marino.
At the time of the discovery police said the bones might have belonged to a man named Jonathan Sohus, who disappeared with his wife Linda in 1985.
Authorities were unable to identify the remains positively but forensic science investigators determined that the subject was struck one to three times on the head before death.
Several US news agencies are now citing police sources as linking Mr Rockefeller's fingerprints to a stock brokerage licence application filed under the name Christopher Chichester, who appears on a list of “persons of interest” in connection with the San Marino case.
Mr Chichester was a tenant in the guest house of the Sohus's home in the mid-1980s and claimed to be a wealthy investor and descendent of British royalty.
Mr Rockefeller's, lawyer, Stephen Hrones, denied that his client had any link to the San Marino case. He added that Clark Rockefeller was his legal name.