Injustice Anywhere, an organization working to correct wrongful convictions, has launched a petition asking McLean County State’s Attorney Jason Chambers to allow DNA testing in the Jamie Snow case. Jamie Snow was wrongfully convicted in 2000, of a 1991 “cold case” murder and armed robbery of a gas station attendant in Bloomington, Illinois. Snow is an innocent man who remains in prison while …Read More »
Injustice Anywhere has a new online radio home. In our debut episode, we discuss the Jamie Snow case with advocate Tammy Alexander. Jamie’s case will be back in Appellate Court on May 12. We will discuss the arguments that will be heard during the hearing and provide an overall update of the case. Jamie Snow was wrongfully convicted in 2001 for the …Read More »
The Committee to Free Jamie Snow is hosting their fourth annual Postcards in the Park in Bloomington, Illinois, on August 3, 2014. The annual event is designed to bring more attention to the wrongful conviction of Jamie Snow. Jamie Snow was wrongfully convicted in 2001 for the 1991 murder of William Little, a gas station attendant in Bloomington, Illinois. Jamie …Read More »
In 2001, Jamie Snow was wrongfully convicted for the 1991 murder of a gas station attendant during an apparent armed robbery at the Clark Super 100 Station located at 802 E. Empire St. in Bloomington, Illinois. Jamie was home with his family on the other side of town when the crime occurred. He is currently being represented by the University …Read More »
This week, Injustice Anywhere highlighted our featured cases , giving an up to date review of each case. In recent months we have had one featured case end in success, and we have added two new featured cases. Michelle Ravell from Justice4Kirstin joined us to give the update on Kirstin Lobato’s case and Tam Alex from the Committee to Free Jamie Snow joined us to discuss …Read More »
Supporters of the Wrongfully Convicted Ask McLean County State’s Attorney Jason Chambers: Does Innocence Matter?
Illinois currently leads the nation in wrongful convictions. Citizens in McLean County are looking to do something about that. A rally is scheduled at the McLean County Law and Justice Center on March 14, 2014 at 12 PM. Supporters of the wrongfully convicted are asking people to join them in their quest to obtain DNA testing and prove their innocence. Despite …Read More »