Man wanted by US authorities claims to be victim of mistaken identity

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A man wanted in the United States on rape charges has told Sky News the authorities have got the wrong man.

Arthur Knight, who lives in Glasgow, is accused of being a fugitive from justice who faked his own death.

The US authorities say his real name is Nicholas Rossi and they want him extradited to face charges of rape in the state of Utah.

Sky’s James Matthews reports.

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