Rebuilding SII has long been overdue. Finally, we are far enough along to make it available for public viewing. We still consider this a beta version, but enough content is there that you should be able to use it instead of SII.
If you have a link to SII, or to any of its pages, please update them. The URL for the site is
http://www.pwc-sii.com/. The nic for this new site is pwc-sii.
The design is intentionally plain. Only the home page has a menu bar. Each link, whether in the menu bar or in the body of a page, opens to a new window or tab (at least that's the intent, please report if you find one that doesn't). When you finish reading a page, simply close it out. Your previous page(s) will still be open.
As before, the Home Page contains PWC's argument for factual innocence, with links to the pages that provide the analysis or the evidence.
Content is divided into only 4 categories:
Timelines -- tells the detailed story, day by day. We've grouped it into larger segments.
Case File -- this includes all the court documents, motions, exhibits, transcripts.
Research & Analysis -- this is PWC's work. The index is collapsible.
Media -- same exhaustive index as before.
The Help page includes the Search SII and Search WWW function, as well as URLs for accessing the Peterson's website and blog as well as PWC website and blog. It may take Google a while to recognize the website, so continue to use your browser's search function if you don't get any results.
Content is not complete -- but we will be working to get it totally finished. But we feel it is complete enough to take the old SII down.
We'll be calling your attention to pages that have been signficantly improved over what we had on SII.
First, we want to call your attention to our updated page on "Conner did not wash ashore." We have pulled all of the information together because it is all necessary in order to understand just how much incorrect information was presented at the trial and how overwhelming the evidence is that Conner did not wash ashore. You can read this page from top to bottom, or you can click on specific items of interest. We strongly recommend reading entirely through it at least once.