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The shocking story of two 10-year-olds who murdered 2-year-old James Bulger. The question remains: where are Jon Venables and Robert Thompson now? Have they re-offended? The locations of both boys whilst serving their sentences were not publicly known until their release.
ONE of the evil killers of toddler James Bulger is back in prison after being caught with vile child abuse images, The Sun can reveal. Monster Jon Venables, now 35, was arrested last week in a top secret police operation. Officials are understood to have found the stash of indecent material on his
Jon Venables and classmate Robert Thompson murdered James Bulger in 1993 when only 10 years old. They abducted two-year-old James from a shopping centre in Bootle then tortured and killed him. They were released in 2001 on life licence with new identities after serving eight years. However, Venables, had his parole revoked in 2010 and was ...
JON Venables is one half of a pair of notorious child killers who callously abducted and then senselessly murdered two-year-old James Bulger in 1993. In February 2018 the twisted paedophile, now aged 35, pleaded guilty to having more than 1,000 indecent images of children and was jailed for 40
Jon Venables, who killed toddler James Bulger in 1993, is suspected of having child abuse images.
JAMES Bulger’s father has demanded that the courts unmask one of his son’s murderers because “he’s still a threat to children”: Jon Venables now.
Jon Venables was 10 when he and Robert Thompson snatched James Bulger from a shopping centre in Bootle. Photograph: PA The father and uncle of the murdered toddler James Bulger have launched a legal attempt to lift the cloak of anonymity protecting one of his killers, Jon Venables. The claim by
Watch video · Denise Fergus, the mother of murdered toddler James Bulger, is not backing a legal challenge launched by his father Ralph Bulger to reveal the new identity of his killer Jon Venables.
Jon Venables freed again: James Bulger killer 'secretly released from jail and given FOURTH new identity' Venables, 31, left prison last week without the knowledge of victim's family He was released from life sentence for brutal murder of the toddler in 2001