June 03, 2020

S1-EP11: Bridge Over Troubled Robber: Ed Hammond

In 1996, bank robber Ed Hammond was sitting in prison, concerned about a looming 10 year federal sentence. He had a cell mate the year before who had gossiped about Jamie Snow and recently flipped. So when the police came kno...

May 20, 2020

S1-EP10: The One Night Cellie: Bill Moffit

In 1995, convicted rapist Bill Moffit was serving his lengthy sentence for a most heinous crime. While chatting with his cellmate, he learned of a precious rumor that might help him out. Some guys he knew from the world might...

May 08, 2020

S1-EP9: Show Me the Money: Randy Howard

In 1999, while the grand jury was hearing testimony for Jamie Snow’s indictment, a cold case detective with a vendetta started his day bright and early. He had important business to take care of with his paid informant. Detec...

April 29, 2020

S1-EP8: Its My Party and I'll Lie If I Want To: Steven Scheel and Molly (Pfister) Esche / Eades

In the spring of 1991, a group of friends allegedly gathered for a house party in a neighborhood one mile west of the murder scene. Steve Scheel arrived at the home of his niece, Molly (Pfister) Esche / Eads, and within one h...

April 21, 2020

S1-EP7: Drive by Confession: Ed Palumbo and Shannon Schmidt-Wallace

In 1991, a BPD task force made several arrests for a string of armed robberies. Ed Palumbo, an acquaintance of Jamie's, confessed a robbery while in jail. One month later, he told police that he knew Jamie was involved in cri...

April 15, 2020

S1-EP6: Snitch Parade with Special Guest Paul Ciolino

Famed private investigator, author and president of The International Association of Forensic Criminologists (IAFC), Paul Ciolino, who was instrumental in overturning the death penalty in Illinois, joins the show to discuss h...

April 07, 2020

S1-EP5: Hindsight's Always 20/20

In 1991, there was a string of armed robberies in McLean county and a task force formed. Jamie was implicated in a robbery he did not commit, arrested, and made to participate in a lineup for an unrelated murder. He was clear...

March 24, 2020

S1-EP4: Nobody Bats a Thousand

Jamie’s trial lasted nine days and the jury deliberated for two days. They heard forty-three states witnesses and fifteen defense witnesses. They heard Jamie’s attorneys hassle witnesses. But what they didn’t hear was even mo...

March 16, 2020

S1-EP3: Key Witness Wrap Up

The night of the crime, two witnesses spoke to police officers after realizing the gas station clerk was shot dead. Both witnesses had seen someone suspicious, but not dangerous. A boy, looking out his bedroom window, saw som...

March 09, 2020

S1-EP2: The 11th Hour Witness: A Star Witness is Born

Hours after the crime, police began interviewing potential witnesses in an effort to find out who killed Bill Little. The detectives engaged in a desperate hunt for 9 years. As time went on, stories changed several times and ...

March 02, 2020

S1-EP1: Snow Files - The Crime Scene

18 year old Bill Little was murdered Easter Sunday while working as a gas attendant at the Clark Oil station in Bloomington, Illinois. Nearly 10 years later, Jamie Snow was convicted of the murder and sentenced to life withou...

February 24, 2020

S1-Snow Files Trailer - Premieres March 2, 2020

A True Crime story told by the defendant from Stateville Prison in Joliet, Illinois. An eye opening presentation of the 1991 cold case murder of Bill Little, "solved" upon the arrest of two people nearly 10 years later - one was acquitted, the other is serving life without parole. Jamie Snow is being represented by the Exoneration Project out of the University of Chicago. The podcast will reveal vital new information obtained from years of FOIA requests, over 70 audio recordings and police documents that have never been heard or seen before. An in-depth look at an incredible conviction based solely on faulty eye witness ID and jailhouse informants - no physical evidence links Jamie to the crime. Tune in March 2, 2020, as Injustice Anywhere presents the wrongful conviction of Jamie Snow and how they got away with it.