On a sunny Saturday in February 1997 a thirteen year old girl was brutally murdered in broad daylight on the patio of her own home in Hastings, East Sussex.
That girl was Billie-Jo Jenkins. Her killer has never been found.
15th February 2023 will mark the 26th anniversary of her murder.
Her foster father was wrongly convicted of her murder. He served six years in prison before his conviction was overturned at a second appeal. After two further retrials he was eventually acquitted in 2006.
Incredibly, over the seventeen years since that acquittal there has been no effort by the police to re-open the investigation.
In fact they have twice declined to re-investigate the case, once in March 2017 and again in a brief press release in February 2022 when a film about the case attracted some publicity at the time.
They stated they would instead conduct a forensic review.
Almost another full year has now gone by, but what did the review disclose?
Has there been any public statement from Sussex Police about the outcome of that review?
Today, information travels faster than ever before and remembering past events becomes harder as time goes by.
Yet today, lots of people still remember the sad story of Billie-Jo and its unfinished ending. They ask why there's been no justice for her.
They ask: Who killed Billie-Jo?
Someone knows the answer and it's time to tell the truth.