This website has now been in existence for twelve years, although it was temporarily forced to go offline in August 2004.

In February 2006 Siôn Jenkins was acquitted and the website went back online to stand as a record of what took place, and a reminder that as yet, there had been no justice for Billie-Jo.

Soon afterwards there were a number of attempts to undermine it. From October — December 2006 the registration of the site was persisently queried. There are no legitimate grounds for these queries.

Nominet, the registering body, holds 5 million website registrations. Why should this one attract such attention? Who felt it necessary to probe, and why at that time?