I've been following this case for a bit. This guy stole a kidnapped and murdered child's identity in 1996. The person responsible has been tried and convicted. Jason Evers was recently arrested by the Feds on charges he lied to get a passport. He is refusing to reveal his real identity. Through his attorney he claims he's doing this for safety reasons. While that could be possible, I'm thinking it's more likely he's running from a crime, or there is a woman out there owed 14 years worth of child support. I think if this case went national his true identity would be revealed quickly. The judge has given his lawyer till today to supply a satisfactory explanation for all of this. Oh, and Jason Evers is also The Oregon Liquor Control Commission manager, currently on unpaid administrative leave. In 2009, he was investigated by the State of Oregon for complaints of retaliation against licensees. There doesn't appear to be any discipline....he was just moved to another region. ****** It's a strange story, with a lot of questions. An Oregon man is accused of stealing the identity of a 3-year-old who was murdered in Ohio in 1982. This man has been going by the name of “Jason Evers.” But when he tried to get a passport recently, that’s when the government noticed a problem. The father and sister of the real Jason Evers are upset and confused by the whole thing. "I am outraged the fact that somebody can do that, assume someone else's identity. He had to have my name, my wife’s name, my son's name to get that identity,” said Bob Evers. Jason Evers used the 3-year-old’s name and information to get a birth certificate, a social security number, and lived under that name for 14 years More at link: http://www.koinlocal6.com/content/n...d-childs-identity/_8eS5mo2LU2qImFwVtadHA.cspx ****** The Oregon Liquor Control Commission manager accused of living under a fake identity may be doing so out of fear for his safety, his attorney said in federal court Thursday. The man known as Jason Evers is asking to go free while he waits for trial. He is accused of assuming the identity of a 3-year-old boy who was murdered in Ohio almost 30 years ago. More at link: http://www.katu.com/news/local/93747139.html ****** http://www.katu.com/news/local/92693939.html (snips) Now, former OLCC regional manager Jason Evers – who was stationed in Bend before complaints of retaliation against licensees and an Oregon Department of Justice investigation caused the OLCC to move him to Medford – is being accused of stealing a dead child's identity. Another unanswered question by the Associated Press is how the man was hired by the OLCC, which routinely conducts background checks on liquor license applicants, club owners, bartenders and other servers of alcohol. The man claiming to be Jason Evers was hired in 2002, agency officials told the AP, and should have gone through the standard background checks including fingerprinting. The months-long investigation into Evers' conduct in 2009, meanwhile, apparently also did not reveal his true identity.