Jon Venables will kill again if he gets out of prison, James Bulger’s father warns
James Bulger’s father, Ralph Bulger, described Jon Venables as “an official monster that absolutely never changes” after it was revealed that the killer could be transferred to the parole board within a matter of days. week.
James Bulger’s father said one of his son’s killers should not be released from prison because he was “a complete monster” who would “torture and kill again”.
Ralph Bulger, 55, has spoken out after revealing that Jon Venables, 39, could be referred to the pardon panel within weeks and appear at a hearing later this year.
His two-year-old son Bulger was tortured and murdered by Venables and Robert Thompson in Bootle, Merseyside, in 1993.
The couple, who were 10 years old when they committed the brutal murder, were jailed but also remained anonymous for life and new identities after their release.
Venables was first released from prison in 2001 but was later recalled in 2010 and 2017 for possessing child abuse images.
The last time he was denied pardon was two years ago, after the board found he still had a “charm for sexual violence”.
Mr. Bulger told The Sun : “He’s a nearly 40-year-old monster, completely official and unchanging.
“He was a convicted pedophile killer with an insatiable appetite for children. He simply couldn’t stop himself.
“I could only sleep at night knowing he was behind bars, away from society.
“If this monster is released, he will abuse and kill again.”
He added: “Do they really think that in two years he will reshuffle? He can never be safe around the kids.”
Venables has been serving a 40-month sentence since 2017, for possessing 1,200 indecent photos of children.
In a report, the amnesty panel found that he used sex and pornography “as a means of coping” due to his “unsatisfactory life” and “need for euphoria”.
The report added: “Risk factors identified at the time of his infraction included his sexual preferences and attraction to sexual violence as well as other issues considered to be related but subject to change.
“Risk factors identified in follow-up assessments included thinking too much about sex, problems maintaining relationships, anxiety about self-perception, and the ability to cope with stress. his.
“Mr Venables has also had problems related to employment.”
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