September 18, 2021

S2-EP37: In the Interest of Justice - Motion Granted!

On September 8, 2021, the Honorable Ramon Escapa, in the Eleventh Judicial Circuit County of McLean County, ruled in favor of Jamie Snow, for the first time in 22 years. Jamie’s lawyers from the Exonoration Project argued fervently, that the contents of 8000 missing discovery documents would weigh heavily upon his proof of innocence, and that by law, his defense is entitled to them. Judge Escapa presented a four prong litmus test to determine if he should grant the motion, including the scope of the request, length of time since conviction, the burden on the state, and availability of the documents from other sources. He issued a fair and just ruling with Jamie’s family and supporters present. Listen in to hear how this is the beginning of the end for Jamie’s wrongful conviction and incarceration.

September 05, 2021

S2-EP36: Lauren's Kick Ass Response to the State's Response to the Motion for Discovery

Wow! In five short pages, Jamie Snow's new attorney, Lauren Myerscough-Mueller, lays out every single reason why not only Jamie, but also she - as Jamie's attorney - should get a copy of the discovery.

September 01, 2021

S2-EP35: State's Response to Discovery Motion

McLean County turned over less than 900 pages before the trial, and again in 2007 when Jamie went pro se. Now we know there are nearly 8000 pages that have never been turned over to Jamie. Yet, the state continues to fight ag...

August 25, 2021

S2-EP34: Andy the Juror

Andy takes us behind the scenes of deliberations in Susan’s trial. What evidence was Susan’s jury focused on? Were there any sticking points? Andy also revealed they were questioned after the verdict by States Attorney Charles Reynard and Teena Griffin. What did they ask the jurors and why does it matter?

August 18, 2021

S2-EP33: Discovery Motion Break Down

During trial, Jamie was saddled with an attorney who had suffered a stroke, and his co-counsel who was apparently preparing for Jamie’s case at the local bar. In 2007 Jamie stood alone, once again, as he struggled with anothe...

August 13, 2021

S2-EP32: FOIA Fight, Discovery and Why it Matters

In 2011, supporters of Jamie Snow's innocence unknowingly embarked on what would turn out to be a 10 year fight with the Bloomington Police Department for Jamie Snow's case file, ultimately resulting a law suit against the Ci...

August 04, 2021

S2-EP31-Ballistics PT1- The Gospel According to Gunnell - with Patrick Pursley

Patrick Pursley was convicted in 1994 of murder in Rockford, Illinois. He fought for 27 years behind the walls of Stateville to prove his innocence. He knew the linchpin in his case was the bullets retrieved from the crime sc...

July 28, 2021

S2-Bonus - Nolite te bastardes carborundorum – Don’t Let the Bastards Grind You Down

Some straight talk and Jamie’s thoughts on the last hearing…

July 21, 2021

S2-EP30: Q&A: The Truth is at Our Fingertips

Join Bruce, Tam, Lesley and Ray as they vigorously unpack the glaring issues surrounding the fingerprint evidence from Episode 30 - The Truth is at Our Fingertips

July 15, 2021

S2: Episode 30 - The Truth is at Our Fingertips

Crimes, even cold cases, are solved every day with fingerprint matching technology. Multiple fingerprints were collected as evidence from the Clark Oil Station on the night of the crime, but only one print was suitable for th...

July 07, 2021

S2-EP29: Q&A: Bad Blood

Join Bruce, Tam, Lesley and Ray to discuss the issues surrounding blood sample 2a from Episode 29 - Bad Blood

July 01, 2021

S2-EP29: Bad Blood

In 2008, the Exoneration Project filed a motion for DNA testing of the blood, clothes, bullets, and fingerprints gathered at the crime scene in 1991. That was finally whittled down to an agreement to test the blood sample tha...

June 23, 2021

S2-EP28: Rewind - Nobody Bats a Thousand

As we continue to chip away at the upcoming blood trail episode, we hope you’ll enjoy this Snow Files Rewind from Season 1. It’s a great introduction - especially for our new listeners - to Jamie’s trouble with his trial atto...

June 16, 2021

S2-EP27: Q&A: Did Bill Little Fight Back?

Questions, answers and discussion from Episode 27 - Did Bill Little Fight Back? With special guest, former police chief Ray Wilson.

June 09, 2021

S2-EP27: Did Bill Little Fight Back?

Before Bill Little’s untimely death on March 31, 1991, he told his family and friends he would confront someone who tried to rob him until he saw a gun. The night of the crime, he tried to insist his friends stay at the store...

June 02, 2021

S2-EP26: Q&A: Rage Against the Crime Scene

Questions, answers and discussion from Episode 26 - Rage Against the Crime Scene.

May 26, 2021

S2-EP26: Rage Against the Crime Scene

After Officer Williams turned the crime scene over to Sgt Irvin, Crime Scene Investigator in training Randall McKinley was the first CST to arrive, followed by CST Ed Kallal from the Illinois State Police. In this episode, we methodically walk you through their steps from arriving on the scene on March 31st, 1991 to receipting all of the evidence on April 3rd, 1991. This episode covers their observations, reports, and all items of “evidential value” collected. We will also discuss the autopsy in more detail, the state of the body and additional wounds on the victim. And although this evidence was collected - and deemed “of evidential value” – the State of Illinois still refuses to test these items.

May 19, 2021

S2-EP25: Q&A: Body of No Evidence

Questions, answers and discussion from Episode 25 - Body of No Evidence.

EP 25