In 1997, 13-year-old Sussex schoolgirl Billie-Jo Jenkins was found brutally murdered in her back garden. Her foster father, Sion Jenkins, was later convicted of the killing. After eight years in prison Jenkins walked free in 2006 after a second retrial failed to produce a verdict. Jenkins began a new life in Portsmouth and while his ex-wife and four daughters have emigrated to Tasmania, Jenkins has remarried, and is guardian to a teenage step-son. But rather than settle for a quiet life, Jenkins has now decided to face the media spotlight again. In early August, Jenkins is publishing a book that sensationally claims to have identified a possible 'new suspect', in the hope that this will re-open the case. Anoop Pandhal's debut film, the third in the latest First Cut run, follows Sion over four months as he prepares to tell his side of the story for the first time.