Chad Evans Wrongly Convicted

 

What you can do? - Anything within reason!

1. Learn as much about the case as possible in order to evaluate whether Chad Evans could have intentionally harmed Kassidy Bortner, to the point of causing her death; and thus whether you can support the "Campaign for Chad".  (If you conclude that Chad's conviction was correct and just, please let us know how you came to that conclusion. Write an email to the Chad Evans Wrongly Convicted Committee.)

2. Join the email distribution list for the Chad Evans Wrongly Convicted newsletter by sending your email address to the Chad Evans Wrongly Convicted Committee.

3.  Print out the "Petition for Investigation" (not yet available) and then make lots of photocopies and take it with you wherever you go.  When pages are filled out send them to the address at the bottom of the Petition page: TheChad Evans Wrongly Convicted Committee, 71 Sullivan Street, Keene, NH 03431  (Keep the instructions.)

4.  Send contributions to:
   The Chad Evans Wrongly Convicted Committee, 71 Sullivan Street, Keene, NH 03431

 

5. Write (Click on name for email, if highlighted) to every public official you can, and let them know of your concern about the Chad Evans case, including:

6.  Write newspapers and radio and TV stations about your belief that Chad Evans was wrongly convicted and should be freed, or that a commission should be established to fully pursue the truth in this case.

7.  Send ideas to:  The Chad Evans Wrongly Convicted Committee, 71 Sullivan Street, Keene, NH 03431, or by Email.

9.  Write to anyone and everyone you can think of about the case.

10. Talk about the case with everyone you know.

11.  Buy 5 copies of the upcoming manuscript, "Eye Contact", about the Chad Evans case (when it becomes available), and be prepared to resell them or give them to others.

12.  Do you know a lawyer?  Ask him or her how it could happen that innocent people are convicted by our legal system.  What is s/he doing about it?  Will s/he help in the Chad Evans case?

13.  Come to regular meetings of the state or local chapter of the Chad Evans Wrongly Convicted Committee which is convenient to you.  If that is too far away, start regional meetings for your area.  Email. the Chad Evans Wrongly Convicted Committee for more information about setting up such meetings.

14.  Send a letter anytime during the year (or birthday card around 15 October!) to Chad Evans.  He will be 43 on 15 October 2014.

   His address is:

    Chad Evans #75414

    New Hampshire State Prison

    P.O. Box 14

    Concord, NH 03302-0014

   All letters, cards and postcards must have the sender's name and return address on the envelope or front of card.

15. Think of and do anything else that you think is reasonable, and which might be helpful to assist a man who has been unjustly imprisoned for 9+ years for crimes that he did not commit.