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quarta-feira, 3 de março de 2010

James Bulger's killer back where he belongs, says mother


http://www.telegraph.co.uk


James Bulger's killer back where he belongs, says mother
The mother of murdered toddler James Bulger has said killer Jon Venables is ''where he belongs'' in her first reaction to news of his return to custody.


Published: 8:24AM GMT 03 Mar 2010




Venables, 27, was recalled to prison last week after breaching the terms of his release from prison, the Ministry of Justice (MoJ) said.

The convicted murderer, who was controversially freed under a new identity in 2001, was just 10 when he and Robert Thompson abducted and battered the two-year-old to death in a crime that shocked the world.

James's mother Denise Fergus said on her Twitter account last night: ''would like to let everyone know Jon Venables is were he belongs tonight behind bars is this my sons justice''.

Family members said Mrs Fergus remains unaware of the nature of Venables' breach. The precise details were not released by the MoJ.

An MoJ spokeswoman said: ''We can confirm that Jon Venables has been recalled to custody following a breach of licence conditions.

''Offenders on licence are subject to strict conditions; if they breach those conditions they are subject to immediate recall.

''There is a worldwide injunction in place that prohibits any reporting, including reporting on the internet, that could identify him or his location.''

The detective who led the Bulger investigation said the news would have caused ''a whole load of anxiety'' for Mrs Fergus.

Two-year-old James was abducted from New Strand shopping centre in Bootle, Merseyside, and bludgeoned to death on a railway line close to his killers' homes in Walton.

Following a 17-day trial at Preston Crown Court, the pair were ordered to be detained at Her Majesty's pleasure, the normal substitute sentence for life imprisonment when the offender is a juvenile.

In July 2001 Venables and his accomplice were moved to halfway houses as part of their return to society. Court injunctions however forbid the media from ever disclosing their new identities or their location or publishing contemporary photographs for fear of endangering their lives.

Thousands of pounds were spent on creating new identities for the pair, including new social security numbers, bank accounts and birth certificates.

Albert Kirby, who headed the Bulger investigation, told BBC News: ''There's always been a lot of anxiety as to where both boys are and to hear something like that brings back to her a lot of the concerns, quite understandably, that she and any other parents in these sorts of circumstances would have.''

The comments were echoed by Mrs Fergus's husband Stuart on Twitter.

He said: ''Thinking when will this all end for my wife.''

Venables and Thompson snatched James from a shopping centre and killed him on a railway line in February 1993.

The toddler's battered body was found by children playing on a freight railway line 200 yards from Walton Lane police station, Liverpool, more than two miles from the Strand shopping centre.

Both killers were given compulsory life sentences for the murder and remain on licence for the rest of their lives.

Venables will appear before a hearing of the Parole Board within 28 days of being recalled where the details of the breach will be examined.

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