Chad Evans Wrongly Convicted Committee was formed to find and present to the people and government of New Hampshire the truth about Chad Evans. That truth will lead reasonable people to see that he was wrongly convicted of murdering Kassidy Bortner. We will find and present the several possible alternate causes of Kassidy Bortner's tragic death. Goals include:
- The judicial exoneration of Chad Evans, and restoration of his reputation.
- The withdrawal by the Attorney General of New Hampshire of the charges against Chad Evans
- The reinvestigation of the death of Kassidy Bortner and, if applicable, the prosecution of the person or persons responsible.
To achieve the Mission and Goals above, the Committee will use as many methods of communication and persuasion as possible. Such methods will include:
- Working with attorneys in the state and Federal Courts to overturn the conviction.
- Building a website, www.chadevanswronglyconvicted.org
- Writing a comprehensive book about the case.
- Writing letters to, and meeting with, elected and appointed government officials.
- Letter writing to the media.
- Encouraging articles in the press and radio and television.
- Continuing the investigation of the case and relentlessly pursuing the truth.
- Circulating a public petition.
- Polling the public.
- Holding public and private meetings for communication and persuasion.
- Developing multi-media means of telling the truth about the case, including music and video.
The Commitee was established at our first meeting on March 24, 2010. We were incorporated in December, 2010. We seek to inform the people of New Hamsphire about the wrongful conviction of Chad Evans to persuade the Government to free him through a combination of executive, legislative and judicial action. Ultimately, the service is freedom for an innocent man.
The Committee has two chapters, in Keene and Rochester and seeks to open new chapters in New Hampshire and, thanks to the Internet, throughout the world.
For more information visit the website at www.chadevanswronglyconvicted.org or contact:
Morrison Bonpasse at email@example.com and 207-586-6078.