By Deepak Lal
Jon Venables, one of the killers of young toddler James Bulger has been recalled to prison after allegedley breaching terms of his early release. In 2001 Jon Venables was released from prison and given a new identity, the government spending an astonishing £4milllion on new identities of two murderers and relocating them – Labour putting the rights of the criminals before the rights of the victim.
It is also believed that since Venables’ release from prison he ahs been a regular abuser of cocaine and ecstasy; but he has served less than eight years of his sentence after brutally and shockingly abducting and torturing Bulger before killing the two year old in Merseyside Liverpool in 1993.
Newspapers are reporting that Venables had a fight at work and enjoyed nights out in Liverpool which was one of the terms of his release that he could not return to Merseyside. They are also claiming he enjoyed watching Everton play on his nights out, the topic and questions were raised about this incident on last night’s BBC Question Time. The parents of murdered toddler James Bulger are still intent on finding out why Venables has been sent to prison.