Hospital in Scotland – FBI is looking for criminals for years – then “Covid grabbed him”

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Nicholas Rossi faked his death to avoid sexual assault lawsuits. He fled to Scotland and fell ill with Covid-19 in December. The handcuffs then clicked in the hospital.

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Nicholas Rossi was arrested at a Glasgow hospital in December 2021. The Covid-19 patient was a wanted criminal in the United States.

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Rossi is suspected of raping a woman, and in 2018 he is said to have committed another sexual assault in Ohio.

Rossi wird suspected of raping a woman, he allegedly committed another sexual assault in Ohio in 2018.

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The man used various pseudonyms: Nicholas Alahverdian, Nicholas Alahverdian Rossi, Nicholas Edward Rossi, Nicholas Alahverdian-Rossi, Nick Alan, Nicholas Brown, Arthur Brown and Arthur Knight.

the Mann used different Pseudonym: Nicholas Alahverdian, Nicholas Alahverdian Rossi, Nicholas Edward Rossi, Nicholas Alahverdian-Rossi, Nick Alan, Nicholas Brown, Arthur Brown and Arthur Knight.

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  • Nicholas Rossi, 34, was arrested at a hospital in Scotland in December 2021.

  • The man was wanted in the US for fraud and sexual assault.

  • Finally, “Covid grabbed him,” as a US reporter comments.

The arrest of Nicholas Rossi is being hailed as a prime example of great police work: the 34-year-old was wanted by Interpol in connection with a sexual assault in the United States in 2008. When in December a man named Arthur Knight was in Queen Elizabeth University Hospital in Glasgow was admitted with Covid-19, the doctors initially thought nothing. Then the Scottish police came with an international arrest warrant.

Nicholas Rossi’s criminal career began more than 15 years ago. The man is said to have cheated on his foster father by issuing credit cards in his name and racking up more than $200,000 in debt. At that time, the FBI obtained one first arrest warrant against him.

Nicholas Rossi aka Alahverdian reportedly died in February 2020

In 2008, Nicholas Rossi was suspected of raping a woman, and in 2018 he is said to have committed another sexual assault in Ohio. At that time the man used different ones Pseudonym: Nicholas Alahverdian, Nicholas Alahverdian Rossi, Nicholas Edward Rossi, Nicholas Alahverdian-Rossi, Nick Alan, Nicholas Brown, Arthur Brown und Arthur Knight.

As Nicholas Alahverdian, he entered the US state of Rhode Island in 2019 LTheserveslitik and was particularly committed to the state child welfare system. But months later he resigned «Politician” announced that he had late-stage non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma and had just a few weeks to live. An obituary on the online obituary portal EverLoved.com stated that Alahverdian died on February 29, 2020. According to the website, his body was cremated and the ashes were then scattered at sea.

«The children and families in the care of the Rhode Island Department of Children Youth and Families (DCYF) whom he inspired and guided through tumultuous government incursions have lost a combatant who fought on the front lines for two decades.”, it said in the obituary.

“It wasn’t the cops who caught him, it was Covid”

Apparently Rossi did not disappear from the list of wanted criminals at the FBI. As the BBC writes, the investigators are said to have had serious doubts about the story of Rossi’s death. A police officer with the Rhode Island State Police is even said to den called the priest who was to hold the memorial service so that the mass would not take place. «That would be fraud», the investigator warned the clergyman.
When on December 13th a certain Arthur Knight ino Scottishs Hospital with severe corona symptoms and intubated, Nicholas Rossi landed again im sight of the authorities. The Utah County Attorney’s Office is currently seeking not about it share how Nicholas Rossi was found. this could «disclose investigative methods», quoted «The Providence Journal» an investigator. But behind the arrest «careful investigative work», which was forwarded to the Interpol authorities.

CBS reporter Tim White, who has followed the case for years, told the BBC: «Everyone was stunned when the news broke that he was alive in Scotland. It’s an incredible story. The police tried for years to get him grasp. But in the end it wasn’t the cops who caught him, it was Covid.”

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