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

July 28, 2021

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

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

July 21, 2021

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

S2: Episode 30 - The Truth is at Our Fingertips

July 15, 2021

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 t…

S2-EP29: Q&A: Bad Blood

July 7, 2021

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

S2-EP29: Bad Blood

July 1, 2021

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 th…

S2-EP28: Rewind - Nobody Bats a Thousand

June 23, 2021

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 att…

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

June 16, 2021

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

S2-EP27: Did Bill Little Fight Back?

June 9, 2021

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 stor…

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

June 2, 2021

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

S2-EP26: Rage Against the Crime Scene

May 26, 2021

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, w…

EP 25

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

May 19, 2021

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

S2-EP25: Body of No Evidence

May 13, 2021

On the night of March 31, 1991, Bill Little was murdered at the Clark Gas Station on Empire Street in Bloomington, IL. Immediately, Bloomington police secured the scene, examined the victim’s body, and collected physical evi…

Trailer: Snow Files Season 2 - Forensics Edition

May 13, 2021

In Season 1, we learned that Jamie Snow was convicted based on the faulty witness identification and jailhouse informants with no corroboration - and although physical evidence was obtained from the crime scene, it has yet t…

S1-EP24: Season 1 Finale -Whose Lie is it Anyway? Witness Recap Trivia Game

April 10, 2021

In our Season 1 Finale, contestants Jamie, Tam, and Lesley play a trivia game moderated by Bruce, to test our memory of who said what, and how they affected Jamie’s case. We run down the crime scene witnesses, lawyers, infor…

S1-EP23: Curt and Christine Lovelace - In Their Own Words

March 10, 2021

Former small-town Quincy, Illinois prosecutor, Curt Lovelace, was arrested in 2013 for the murder of his deceased wife. Cory Lovelace had passed away in her bed eight years before, until a cold case detective with seemingly …

S1-Bonus Episode: Proposed Parole for Natural Lifers – Discussion

Feb. 24, 2021

On February 17, 2021, Democratic Representative Anne Stava-Murray of the 81st District read and filed a bill to the Illinois General Assembly to amend statues governing the eligibility for parole or release. As drafted, bill…

S1-EP22, Part 2: Jamie's Sentencing - We Got Life

Feb. 9, 2021

In part one of Episode 22, Jamie explained how losing a parent at a young age can impact a child’s self-perception and greatly affect their coming of age moments. But what happens to a child when the state takes a parent unt…

S1-EP22, Part 1: Jamie’s Sentencing – I Got Life

Jan. 28, 2021

Mitigating factors are considered by a judge during sentencing in efforts to reduce the sentence based on circumstance. Jamie did not kill Bill Little. However, the State of Illinois presented petty troubles he faced as a mi…

S1-EP21: Post Trial Motions - Better Off Alone

Dec. 30, 2020

On May 10th, 2001, Jamie Snow was sentenced to natural life in prison for a murder he did not commit. Jamie had lost all faith in his incompetent public defenders, but had one last Hail Mary in him. Jamie filed a motion to f…

S1-Bonus Episode: Jamie's Remarks on the Closing Arguments

Dec. 9, 2020

Jamie reflects on the atmosphere during the closing arguments, how he felt, what was going through his mind, how his family was treated by the court, and even his physical reactions to the stress of being on trial for murder…

S1-EP20: The Truth Never Changes - Closing Arguments

Dec. 4, 2020

On January 15th, 2001, closing remarks were delivered in the murder case against Jamie Snow in the circuit court of the eleventh judicial court, before the Honorable Donald D. Bernardi and the Jury in McLean County, Illinois…

S1-Q&A: Jamie Responds to Questions about his Testimony

Nov. 25, 2020

Jamie answers questions he received about his testimony including his co-defendent Susan Powell, correctional officer Mary Burns, Susan's brother Tim Powell and he also gives an update on Julie Knight. If you haven't listene…

S1-EP19, Part 2: Jamie Takes the Stand

Nov. 11, 2020

In 2001, Jamie Snow took the stand in his own defense against the charge of murder. Jamie’s legal team was extremely underprepared, and explained to him that if he did not testify, he wouldn’t win his case. He had one night’…

S1-EP19, Part 1: Jamie Takes the Stand

Oct. 15, 2020

In 2001, Jamie Snow took the stand in his own defense against the charge of murder. Jamie’s legal team was extremely underprepared, and explained to him that if he did not testify, he wouldn’t win his case. He had one night’…