Does Innocence Matter? Join us on March 14th!

Does innocence Matter? March 14, McLean County Law and Justice Center, 12pm.

Have you been a victim of prosecutorial or police misconduct in McLean County? Please join us on March 14th, 2014 at the McLean County Justice & Law Center to spread awareness about wrongful convictions in McLean County! LET YOUR VOICE BE HEARD! You ARE NOT ALONE!

Featured speakers include Illinois exoneree James Kluppelberg, wrongfully imprisoned for 25 years, and Alan Mills, Legal Director, Uptown People’s Law Center. Spread the word! And feel free to tell your story below.

The “Does Innocence Matter” inagural event was held May 16, 2013 in Las Vegas in support of Kirstin Lobato’s innocence. Featured speakers included exonorees: Jeffrey Deskovic and Jason Puracal; Former FBI Agent Steve Moore, and Journalist Stephen Jackson. We want to thank supporters of Ms. Lobato. Please join her cause at:

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Jamie Snow Case on Injustice Anywhere Radio 11/19 @8pm CST

Please join us online at Injustice Anywhere Radio to discuss updates in the Jamie Snow case. Topics will include a review of the latest filings as well as newly discovered evidence. Please join the Facebook Event page below to stay updated on the details of the show.

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Date: Tuesday, November 19
Time: 8pm CST
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About Injustice Anywhere:
Injustice Anywhere is an all volunteer organization working to bring more knowledge and attention to wrongful convictions. We are currently highlighting seven featured cases. Please visit to learn more about their efforts and to see what you can to do get involved. We must do more to prevent the unjust imprisonment of innocent people. If we work together we can all make a difference.

Clutter from Investigating Innocence Joins the Fight to Free Jamie Snow

Investigating InnocenceWe are very proud to announce that Bill Clutter from Investigating Innocence has formally joined the fight for the release of Jamie Snow! Most recently, he was a part of the investigative team for David Camm. Camm was recently found NOT GUILTY  in his 3rd trial.

Thank you Bill for joining the fight for Jamie Snow! We appreciate you!


The video below is a news story before Camm’s 3rd trial began. You can learn more about Investigating Innocence here: 

Susan Claycomb – Rest Easy

We are saddened by the untimely passing of Jamie’s co-defendant, Susan. Our thoughts and prayers are with the Claycomb/Powell family. This video was made with the permission of Susan’s husband. Susan was an amazing woman, who refused to testify against Jamie, even after being offered parole. In fact, she testified for Jamie in his trial. It’s a very difficult time for Jamie as well as his family. We ask that you respect their privacy. Thank you, and Rest in Peace, Susan.

Plea to Erin Moriarty from Jamie Snow Supporters

Jamie Snow supporters seek national attention from 48 Hours’ Erin Moriarty

(BLOOMINGTON, IL; July 17, 2013) – Friends, family and supporters will gather at Miller Park on July 21st, 2013 at 11am for the 3rd Annual Postcards in the Park to show support for Jamie Snow’s innocence.

This year postcards will be sent directly to Erin Moriarty of 48 Hours in an effort to gain national attention to the wrongful conviction of Jamie Snow by asking Moriarty and 48 Hours producers to perform an in-depth investigation of this case.

Moriarty learned about the upcoming event on Twitter and responded “Send them!!”


Jamie Snow’s case has garnered support from Injustice Anywhere (IA), the grassroots organization that worked to free Amanda Knox and Raffaele Sollecito in Perugia, Italy. “I look forward to attending this wonderful event for Jamie Snow and encourage everyone reading here to participate.” said IA co-founder Bruce Fischer.

The event is sponsored by the Committee to Free Jamie Snow, and representatives from Investigating Innocence and Justice for Illinois Wrongfully Convicted, both Springfield based organizations, will also be in attendance.

Post cards will be available for supporters to write messages to Mrs. Moriarity and a balloon will be released for each year Snow has been wrongfully incarcerated.

Jamie Snow of Bloomington, Illinois was convicted in 2001 of the 1991 murder of a gas station attendant during an apparent robbery. He has always maintained his innocence. In 2008 the University of Chicago’s Exoneration Project accepted his case.

For more information on this case, please visit: If you have information concerning this case, please call our toll free, confidential tip line at: 1-888-815-9299 or email:

For all press inquiries please contact:

Tammy Alexander
Committee to Free Jamie Snow (CFJS)
P.O. Box 944
Collierville, TN 38027

Erin Moriarty Responds to Postcards in the Park tweet :)

Thanks to Erin Moriarty for responding to our tweet! How cool is that?


This year for the 3rd Annual Postcards in the Park we will be sending postcards to Erin Moriarty of 48 Hours. We hope we can garner national attention to the wrongful conviction of Jamie Snow. You do not have to be present to participate!

The onsite event will be held on July 21, 11am at Miller Park in Bloomington, Illinois.

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Jamie’s Case Featured Tonight on The Other Side of Justice

Jamie Snow’s case will be featured tonight on The Other Side of Justice. We will talk about the recent filings and stunning new evidence. We encourage anyone that has questions or comments to call in! Now’s your chance. And you never know, we might have a surprise guest or two :).

Please join us and share – we appreciate it!

Wednesday, July 3, 2013 – 5pm CST/6pm EST. Call in: (646) 200-3329

Listen and join in online here:

Join us for the 3rd Annual Postcards in the Park


We are asking Jamie’s family, friends and supporters to gather at Miller Park in Bloomington, Illinois once again to show your support for Jamie’s innocence. This year we will send postcards to Erin Moriarty of 48 Hours in an effort to have Jamie’s story told on a national level. We will have postcards for everyone to write messages, We will also release a balloon for each year he has been wrongfully convicted. All supplies will be provided. Just bring yourself, your kids and friends!

Please family and friends join us! We NEED your support! Tell your friends!

– If you CANNOT attend, but can still SEND A POSTCARD from where you live!


“48 Hours”
ATTN: Erin Moriarty
524 West 57th St.
New York, NY 10019

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Join us for the 2nd Annual Freedom Ride for Justice Poker Run

1st Annual Freedom Ride for Justice Poker Run!
COME “GIVE A DAMN” WITH US on Saturday, July 27, 2013! Registration Noon at FIREHOUSE, Ride at 1:00, After Event 6 at KNUCKLEHEAD’S. The after event at Knuckleheads will have food, bands (bands TBA), 50/50 raffle, auction and a liquor pull!

The cost of the ride is $20 per driver, $10 per passenger.  The entry package includes: Poker Hand, T-Shirt, Coozie, Button & After Event Wristband which gets you food and access to the bands. (Bands TBA)   The after event at Knuckleheads will have food, bands, 50/50 raffle, auction and a liquor pull!  All day of the event participants will receive T-Shirts on a first come, first serve basis while supplies last.  Cars are allowed but are to stay behind the bikes.  We ride rain or shine!

Check out CRUISIN’ ILLINOIS coverage of the 1ST ANNUAL Freedom Ride for Justice Poker Run HERE!

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