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Snow Files Season Two: Forensics Edition

Snow Files season two is live! In the first episode, we will focus on the state of the body from the perspective of the first officers on the scene. What position was the body in? How was it secured? Who touched it? The devil’s in the details, and this episode is will give us the baseline for examining issues in the upcoming episodes. This is where it all begins. Don’t forget to share!

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 evidence. Shoeprints, fingerprints, and blood type all excluded Jamie Snow. Jamie Snow was ultimately convicted of the murder in 2001, based solely on faulty eyewitness and jailhouse snitch testimony. This episode covers forensic evidence from the victim’s body that should be retested with modern day technology, and explores evidence from the victim’s body that was never tested. The State of Illinois continues to fight any additional forensics testing to this day.


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