I-Team: Man says he was wrongly convicted because of Ariel Castro testimony

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CLEVELAND- He was convicted of kidnapping and holding three women hostage for more than a decade.

But, Ariel Castro didn't serve out much of his sentence before committing suicide in his cell.

Now, another Cleveland man, who was found guilty of sex crimes, says he was wrongfully convicted, based on false testimony from Ariel Castro.

In the video above, Jack Shea looks into the man's story and his quest for a new trial.

*More on Ariel Castro here*

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