38 episodes

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.

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    • True Crime
    • 4.5 • 48 Ratings

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.

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

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

    Questions, answers and discussion from Episode 27 - Did Bill Little Fight Back?

    • 1 hr 4 min
    S2-EP27: Did Bill Little Fight Back?

    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 with him, and even called to ask them to return. Minutes prior to his murder, he pressed the no sale button three times, and someone rang the silent alarm. Bill was found lying behind the register, with the money gone, and signs of a struggle left behind. Police would dig into Bill’s past, to uncover any conflicts he had during his short life. 600 tips were collected, but only Jamie Snow, a stranger to Bill, was seriously investigated. Can the physical evidence left at the scene of the crime indicate what really happened thirty years ago?

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

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

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

    • 33 min
    Rage Against the Crime Scene

    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.
    Interact:
    Join the Discussion: https://www.facebook.com/groups/SnowFilesPodcast
    Contact us: info@snowfiles.net
    Got a tip? email: tips@snowfiles.net or call 888-710-SNOW (7669) It's free and confidential
    Visit our website: Free Jamie Snow: http://www.FreeJamieSnow.com
    Sign the Petition Asking for DNA Testing: http://www.JamieSnow.net
    Music Credits:
    YouTube Audio Library: https://www.youtube.com/audiolibrary/music
    Theme Song: Black Moons, The 126ers
    Khreshchatk

    • 19 min
    Q&A: Body of No Evidence

    Q&A: Body of No Evidence

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

    • 23 min
    Body of No Evidence

    Body of No Evidence

    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.
    Interact:
    Join the Discussion: https://www.facebook.com/groups/SnowFilesPodcast
    Contact us: info@snowfiles.net
    Got a tip? email: tips@snowfiles.net or call 888-710-SNOW (7669) It's free and confidential
    Visit our website: Free Jamie Snow: http://www.FreeJamieSnow.com
    Sign the Petition Asking for DNA Testing: http://www.JamieSnow.net
    Music Credits:
    YouTube Audio Library: https://www.youtube.com/audiolibrary/music
    Theme Song: Black Moons, The 126ers
    Khreshchatk

    • 25 min

Customer Reviews

4.5 out of 5
48 Ratings

48 Ratings

MillsHills ,

Great work!

You all are doing great work. Love the podcast!

Fluffygooey ,

Free This Man

This story is nuts. Let’s improve the justice system and hold them accountable.

joeslummer ,

Interesting

Dude probably deserves another trial because of lousy lawyering. I wish the podcast would actually do some investigating instead of just making excuses for why he got convicted. Prove his innocence!

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