A true-crime podcast told by Jamie Snow from Stateville prison in Illinois. Jamie is serving a life without parole sentence, and tells the story of his wrongful conviction...and how they got away with it.
Dec. 3, 2021
In August of 1991, just five months after the murder of young gas station attendant Bill Little, a string of other gas station robberies plagued Bloomington. Jeff Miller and Jeff Durbin colluded to rob gas stations together …
Nov. 18, 2021
A pop up podcast about a miraculous discovery by one of Jamie's best friends over two decades after the crime . Is it coincidence? Serendipity? We want to know what you think!
Nov. 9, 2021
Bruce, Tam and Lesley discuss alternative suspect Isaac "Ike" Gaston. Isaac “Ike” Gaston was a dead ringer for Gutierrez’s composite, and he lived within a mile of the crime. He also had a long criminal history spanning s…
Nov. 3, 2021
Isaac “Ike” Gaston was a dead ringer for Gutierrez’s composite, and he lived within a mile of the crime. He also had a long criminal history spanning some 40 years which included violence - such as assault, burglary, robbe…
Nov. 1, 2021
In this final season of Snow Files, we present alternative suspects, hearings on motions that were not previously discussed, and others who were wrongfully convicted in McLean County by the same state's attorney's office.
Oct. 22, 2021
Join Bruce, Tam, Lesley as they hammer Ray with questions about guns, ballistics testing, and the police reports that have been discovered since trial.
Jamie Snow was born and raised in the Bloomington/Normal area. His father, Jr Snow, was a very well known stock car race driver and some of Jamie's favorite memories is spending time traveling with his father on the stock car circuit. Jamie lost his mother to cancer when he was 15, and his father passed away subsequently. Jamie has six children and five grandchildren. In 1999, Jamie and his co-defendant Susan Claycomb were both arrested for the murder of Bill Little, a gas station attendant who was the victim of an apparent armed robbery and murder on March 31st, 1991. Susan was tried first, and acquitted in 2000. Jamie was found guilty in a subsequent trial and was sentenced to life without parole. Jamie resides in Stateville prison and has been a model prisoner. He is currently enrolled in courses from DePaul University and Northwestern.
Tam Alex is founder of the Snowman Network. She also serves on the Advisory Board of Injustice Anywhere and is a Correspondent for Wrongful Conviction News. Tammy has been assisting on the Jamie Snow case for 11 years. She has co-organized numerous online campaigns and offline events in Illinois in support of the innocent imprisoned. Tammy has a bachelor’s degree in Network Security & Forensics and a Master’s degree in Education. Throughout her career, Tammy has conducted numerous workshops on cyber security, online competitive intelligence, and online scams. She also served as president of the FBI Infragard (Knoxville & Memphis, TN), and was the 2007 recipient of the FBI Director’s Community Leadership Award.
Bruce Fischer is an author and an advocate for the wrongfully convicted. He is the co-founder of Injustice Anywhere, an organization working to correct wrongful convictions. Bruce’s advocacy efforts began in 2009 when he founded Injustice in Perugia, a grassroots organization that worked to correct the injustice committed against Knox and Sollecito in Perugia, Italy. Bruce has authored two books detailing the case. His work on the Knox/Sollecito case opened his eyes to other wrongful convictions, and he quickly realized the problem is far more pervasive than most people realize, and most cases don’t get the attention they warrant. Bruce's newfound knowledge led to the creation of Injustice Anywhere in 2011.
Lesley is a staunch supporter of Jamie Snow and is the co-host of the Snow Files podcast. She is a lifelong resident of Connecticut, living and working along the Long Island Sound. Lesley is an environmentalist and a professional biological scientist. She hold's a MS and served honorably in the military for ten years within the medical services. Lesley continues to serve her community as an appointed town official at the town level. Lesley prides herself in always doing what's right, and strives to fill the gaps in our society through compassionate, selfless service.