In 1994 Dawn Reed and Christopher Lillie were cleared in court of molesting children at the nursery where they worked. But the accusations continued - in newspapers and in a report commissioned by Newcastle city council - and they had to disappear, afraid for their lives. Richard Webster and Bob Woffinden tracked the pair down to where they were hiding and helped them find barristers who would work on a no-win no-fee basis. In July 2002 the two nursery nurses won a historic libel victory. This is their story as told in the Guardian.