Nothing, until Pamela
Hennessy contacted them.|
Pamela Hennessy, spokeswoman for the Terri Schindler Schiavo
family, demanded that Godaddy.com remove the libertytothecaptives.net
website from the internet in response to my expose' of her
altered pictures. My
exposure included the display of enlargements of two of her pictures that had
been on my website for over a year as well as articles that Scientology
Suddenly and without advance warning, Godaddy.com complied with Pamela Hennessy's demand
to remove my entire website from their server on February 10th, 2005
rather than simply the two photos she complained about. The timing of Ms
Hennessy's complaint served to remove my
website during the weeks immediately prior to Terri Schiavo's dehydration killing.
(Terri's "death process" was complete on the reverse of L. Ron Hubbard's
March 13th birthday.)
Ms Hennessy had previously convinced
register.com to discontinue hosting libertytothecaptives.net in January
2005, so twice within a
thirty-day period libertytothecaptives.net was removed from
the internet due to Ms Hennessy's influence. She complained about the
exposure of her altered pictures (Terri
Schiavo's pictures were also altered), as well as the articles that
expose the fact that
Scientology tactics were used against Terri Schiavo and her
Click here to read the urls of the
articles that Ms Hennessy, via Monique Bullitt, demanded that I remove
from the internet in January, 2005.
Godaddy.com's Trademark Dept. assured
me that if I removed Ms Hennessy's pictures and the portion of Ms Hennessy's address
that reveals that she lives in an area that Scientology controls, my
site would be restored to godaddy.com's server. It was never restored to
the godaddy.com server as promised. I have a feeling that they were
afraid to host my website. Who caused Godaddy.com to fear
Ms Hennessy also
demanded that Godaddy.com delete my libertytothecaptives.net domain.
They did not do this but for a significant amount of time, they rendered
my domain unuseable. Due to the fact that my site was never restored to godaddy.com's server and I had to wait while someone graciously built a
server to temporarily host our site, libertytothecaptives.net has not been pointing to a
webhost since February 10, 2005. (We are grateful to have been forwarded
to ginzell.net for a time, but that is not the same as being hosted at
our own domain.)
Libertytothecaptives.net was up on our
new webhost for only ONE day before godaddy.com suddenly discovered
"problems" with my domain. First they told me their server was broken
and then a tech revealed that my A record has been deleted by someone.
(We are grateful for the majority of honest techs who work at
Liberty To The Captives
is presently off the net due to the fact that my A record was deleted at
godaddy.com yesterday, March 3, 2005.
record is part of the zone file. It is used to point Internet
traffic to an IP address. For example, you can use an "A
record" to designate abc.yourdomain.com to send traffic to
your web site at IP address 184.108.40.206. You can also designate
xyz.yourdomain.com to go to a separate IP address. (Quote
A trip to
this site proved that
libertytothecaptives.net's A record was STILL deleted as of 12: 56 pm
Eastern time, March 5, 2005. (Type in libertytothecaptives.net in the
DNS lookup area.) Godaddy.com will not permit me to speak to the Senior
techs (who, along with the other techs, have the ability to fix this
problem in less than five minutes) nor the president, Bob Parsons.
At this point in
time we are waiting for godaddy.com to take the five minutes that is
needed to make the libertytothecaptives.net domain point to my IP.
My shopping cart (which I paid them for 12 months in advance) is
unavailable as long as my domain is being prevented from being pointed
to my IP.
I have called Godaddy.com numerous
times in an attempt to resolve the numerous problems that ensure that my
site is never put on the internet. They keep telling me to wait.
I have waited for weeks. Godaddy.com might retaliate for this
disclosure and make my domain never work again while it is in their
possession but I will not be silent about the fact that they took my
money and kept back the services I paid for.
Since I do not have the financial means
to force Godaddy.com to stop preventing me from using the services that
I have ALREADY paid for, I am asking for your help.
Please call or email Godaddy.com and
encourage them to IMMEDIATELY point my libertytothecaptives.net domain
to the IP that I gave them. Also, ask them to stop
blocking me from having access to my own total DNS control manager in my
domain manager's section of godaddy.com.
phone: (480) 505-8877
Liberty To The Captives
is now working. Many thanks to those who called Godaddy.com on our
On March 5, 2005 at 2:48 pm. I locked
my libertytothecaptives domain at the godaddy.com domain manager.
2:00 pm March 5, 2005. The Godaddy.com techs must be fixing something.
Now the secure online store is working. I called Godaddy.com at 1:07 pm
today. After telling me they need 72 hours to fix something that
actually takes minutes, it seems they have finally decided to fix my DNS
However, the Godaddy.com techs pointed
the libertytothecaptives.net domain to the godaddy.com welcome page by
entering the wrong ip: 220.127.116.11. This has been corrected so the
libertytothecaptives.net site will be on the internet soon.
Gary and Lisa Ruby
Note: Liberty To The Captives
our own server in August, 2005.