Still no mystery man ID in Ore. court appearance

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An Oregon man accused of assuming the identity of a slain Ohio boy has refused to reveal his true name in his latest court appearance.

Federal prosecutors say the man claiming to be Jason Robert Evers — the name of the dead boy — must be hiding something but he will not say what it is.

He is listed as John Doe in court documents, including the criminal complaint charging him with providing false information on a passport application leading to his arrest in Idaho last month.

The man has worked for the last eight years as an Oregon liquor control investigator, but has been placed on administrative leave pending the outcome of his case.

He was extradited from Idaho this week and made his initial appearance in federal court in Oregon on Thursday.

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