Jon Venables, who was 10 in when found guilty of the abduction and murder of toddler Jamie Bulger, has joined a dating website where potential partners know nothing of his past. Venables, now 32, was given a new identity for his own protection when released on license in after eight years. However he was found guilty in of downloading and distributing child abuse images. Posing as a single mother he downloaded images of children as young as eight apparently being raped.
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The level of brutality involved in the sadistic killing was far, far beyond what anyone might imagine two primary school children to be capable. Was their upbringing responsible? Or could, perhaps, other factors have been at play…? To find out what drove these two young children to such depravity, we must look, not only into the boys' backgrounds but also examine the wider issue of what motivates people in general - regardless of age - to carry out such abhorrent, deviant and wicked acts. Does brain chemistry have a role to play as well as the environmental factors we all suspect contribute?
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More than 25 years later, the surveillance image above remains etched in the minds of the millions familiar with the James Bulger case. The older boys Jon Venables and Robert Thompson seem like they could be the brothers of the toddler James Bulger , as some bystanders thought in the mall that day. Within hours of that surveillance image being captured on the afternoon of Feb.
The father of James Bulger has lost a legal challenge to try to change a lifelong anonymity order for one of his son's killers. Ralph Bulger wanted information about Jon Venables' new identity to be made public, after the murderer was jailed for possessing child abuse images. Mr Bulger's lawyers argued information about Venables which was "common knowledge" should be made public. However, president of the family division Sir Andrew McFarlane refused to change the terms of the order, which was designed to protect the "uniquely notorious" Venables from "being put to death".