PORTLAND, Ore., Feb 8 ( – The controversial Nuremberg Files site, whose creators and supporters were recently successfully sued for US $107 million, was shut down last Thursday by the Internet Service Provider which hosted the site. The site’s creator, Neal Horsley,  vowed to get back online with another provider. U.S. District Judge Robert E. Jones refused a request by abortionists and others in the abortion industry to order Horsley to shut down the site.

Horsley claims that as a result of the controversy and media hype, his site has received more than 7 million visitors in the last few months. He says that more people have seen the evidence of the true nature of abortion in the past few weeks than ever before, and says that such a result makes the problems he faces worthwhile.