Facebook has stripped a webpage used by a murderer to taunt his victim's family from the internet.
Jade Braithwaite was one of three young thugs who chased and stabbed Ben Kinsella to death after a petty squabble in a pub.
He was jailed for life but it emerged he has apparently been running a page on the social networking site from his Buckinghamshire youth prison cell.
The 20-year-old killer boasted he is "down but not out" and wants a remote control so he can "mute or delete people when I need to".
He also posed for a photograph and used it to mock up a T-shirt emblazoned with his face and the slogan "Free Jade Braithwaite".
Ben's sister, Brooke, 26, a former EastEnders actress, said the taunts were "appalling" as the family struggle to get on with their lives.
She told The Sun newspaper: "My family and I are appalled that Jade Braithwaite is able to operate a Facebook page from inside prison - and to use the site to protest his innocence is really upsetting.
"We are disgusted by the comments on the site and feel it is a real insult to Ben's memory."
Ben, 16, was out celebrating the end of his GCSEs in Holloway, north London, when he was stabbed 11 times in June 2008.
Braithwaite and two friends, Juress Kika and Michael Alleyne, were convicted at the Old Bailey of murder and jailed for life. The victim's family have since campaigned against knife crime and were joined by hundreds of supporters for a march across the capital.