He said he would sit at "the dining table in the evening, and everyone is tired, and somewhat bored, and the discussion is not really going anywhere."
When Rockefeller and Boss began divorce proceedings in December, he refused to provide proof of his identity. That denial, combined with a damaging report by a court-appointed advocate for Reigh, led Rockefeller to lose custody of the child.
"Everything about the report was negative," Rockefeller said. "There was not one single positive line about me in the report. Nothing. Nothing whatsoever. Even witnesses who had testified on my behalf apparently gave negative testimony on me."
Though authorities believe Rockefeller had planned for months to kidnap his daughter, as evidenced by his purchase of a $400,000 home in Baltimore with cash and under another assumed name, he said he bought the house simply to "live quietly."
Despite his arrest, as the center of an internationally reported mystery, Rockefeller seems to have found the fame that authorities believe he was seeking since he entered the United States three decades ago.
Other inmates have even asked for his autograph.