was wrongfully convicted in 2001 for the 1991 armed robbery and murder of Bill Little, an 18 year old gas station attendant, in Bloomington, Illinois. Jamie resides in Stateville prison. He has always maintained his innocence and is being represented by the Exoneration Project. There is no physical evidence linking Jamie to the crime. No DNA, no weapon, nothing. We have sought DNA testing from McLean County state's attorney's for years, and they have consitently fought it, even though the Exoneration Project has agreed to pay for it.
Watch the first video to the left for a brief overview of Jamie's case that was featured on Crime Watch Daily (now True Crime Daily).
The second video on the left is Jamie's plea to Illinois Governor Pritzker - which also includes primary case issues and a statement from Jamie.
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The Snow Files Podcast is our own podcast that tells the story of Jamie Snow's case by Jamie himself from Stateville. We walk through the investigation and each witness that testified against Jamie. Along with the witnesses, we examine the motives of detectives and state's attorneys. And we reveal new evidence and witness statements that have never been heard before. Every episode is backed up by solid documentation available on the podcast website. Subscribe or listen to the entire series at SnowFiles.net.