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'Rockefeller' exaggerating illness, psychiatrist testifies

Dr. James Chu testifies during the Clark Rockefeller trial Dr. James Chu testified he interviewed Clark Rockefeller for about 2 1/2 hours at the Nashua Street Jail. (CJ Gunther/Associated Press/Pool)
By Jonathan Saltzman and Andrew Ryan
Globe Staff / June 5, 2009

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A psychiatrist for the prosecution testified yesterday that the man who calls himself Clark Rockefeller suffers from a mental disorder but has exaggerated his symptoms and was legally sane when he abducted his 7-year-old daughter last summer. (Full article: 639 words)

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