And then came contact, a response to her request for a dialogue. Photo courtesy of Evans family A family photo of Casson Xavier Evans taken on his third birthday. The now-37-year-old accomplice in the drive-by that killed her son had agreedto engage in restorative justice a face-to-face atonement based on an offenders remorse, accountability and willingness to repair harm that Evans helped the Colorado Department of Corrections pilot in 2012. Then, she had met with Raymond Johnson, who also had been a juvenile when he got life without parole for firing the shot that killed Casson. Months of preparation for the encounter, requested by Evans and ultimately accepted by the inmate, culminated in an eight-hour meeting at the Limon Correctional Facility. She long since had forgiven him, after a spiritual epiphany that settled over her within hours of the shooting. The meeting four years ago added momentum toEvans work that has spanned gang alternatives to criminal justice advocacy, addressing both victims and offenders, and continues to mold herpersonal and professional life. But Littlejohn was another matter a harder case who remained under gang influence for years after he started doing time. I forgave Paul, Evans says, but with that act of forgiveness, its not to the point you have to embrace someone or even be in their company.
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