Eye Contact - The Mysterious Death in 2000 of Kassidy Bortner and the Wrongful Convictions of Chad Evans and Amanda Bortner
EYE CONTACT tells the story of the wrongful convictions of Chad Evans and Amanda Bortner and why they must be corrected. Chad Emery Evans was wrongfully convicted in December, 2001 in New Hampshire of the murder of Kassidy Bortner, the 21-month old daughter of his girlfriend, Amanda Bortner. The causes of Kassidys death and her injuries are mysterious and disputed, but Chad was convicted of Second Degree Murder and other related charges. On June 2, 2000, Chad met Amanda Bortner and their love grew rapidly. By early July, they were living together. On the morning of Nov. 9, 2000, Amanda took Kassidy to the Kittery, Maine home of her sister, Jennifer Bortner, and her sister's boyfriend, Jefferey Marshall, for babysitting for the day. Shortly after Noon on the 9th, Jeff checked on Kassidy and recognized that she was in trouble. The EMT's and Kittery Police arrived quickly, but Kassidy was dead when they arrived. Chad states that he never hit nor spanked Kassidy, and he passed a lie detector test in 2010. Chad, and his committee, the Chad Evans Wrongly Convicted Committee (www.chadevanswronglyconvicted.org) have asked the Governor and Attorney General of New Hampshire to re-investigate the case.
- Physical Description: 8.5"x11.0"x1.4"; 3.8 lb; 618 pages
- Edition Info: Paperback; 2011-11-09
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