Announcements and Updates
July 22, 2012: The 2nd Annual Postcards in the Park will be held at Miller Park at 2pm on July 22, 2012. This year we will be sending postcards directly to the McLean State's Attorney's office asking them to review the new evidence, reinvestigate the case, and vacate the wrongful conviction of Jamie Snow. If you are unable to attend, you can still send a postcard. For details and to join our event on Facebook, please visit: https://www.facebook.com/events/345621548825811/
July 21, 2012: The Freedom Ride for Justice Poker Run sponsored by Justice for Illinois Wrongfully Convicted (JIWC) will be held on July 21, 2012 at Knuckleheads in Springfield, Illinois. Cruisin Illinois will be there to film an episode! This organization supports Jamie Snow, Denny Petitt, and Patrick Pursley. Please join us for auctions, live bands, food and FUN! https://www.facebook.com/events/399047466805671/
July 19, 2012: The Freedom Fighters, who have been staunch supporters of Ryan Ferguson, have expanded and selected Jamie Snow and Kirstin Lobato to support. We are honored and thankful to have them join us in our fight for justice for Jamie. They make things happen! You can join their group at:
June 12, 2003: NEWS CLIP: State Supreme Court Not Taking Snow Case:
BLOOMINGTON-A Bloomington family isn't giving up hope despite a State Supreme Court ruling. (WMBD)
May 23, 2012: The Other Side of Justice - Host Vincent Hill, private investigator and former police officer, discusses Jamie Snow's case.
May 1, 2012: Billboard is in place on Veterans Parkway and Eastland Drive. We are asking for McLean County to reinvestigate this case, and vacate this wrongful conviction. We are also asking for tips. Someone KNOWS what happened. You are not alone, many have stood up, please help us to right this wrong! Press release here.
May 27, 2012: FreeJamieSnow Wristbands are now available for a $5 donation! http://www.freejamiesnow.com/wristbands.htm
Apri 17, 2012: Jamie has appealed to the Illinois Supreme Court requesting oral arguments in an effort to get a post conviction hearing. Read more here: Snow appeals to Illinois highest court. We are currently waiting on a ruling.