The following has been posted by Martin Wingfield:
IF Jamie Bulger were alive today he would be nineteen. He might have been at university, or working and courting and making plans to get married at some time in the not too distant future. But Jamie Bulger doesn’t have any of that to look forward to, because 16 years ago tomorrow he was brutally murdered.
Yet his killers could well be engaged to be married - even to your daughter - and you wouldn’t know it, because courtesy of the British taxpayer and the British ‘justice’ system they have been given new names and a new lifestyle. That should be a worry to parents and communities everywhere, but especially in West Cumbria where a former policeman told me yesterday that one of the killers is now living. Apparently a local journalist stumbled upon the story but was immediately hit by a court injunction, paid for once again by the British taxpayer, so he was unable to inform the public of the killer in their midst.
On February 12th 1993, three year-old Jamie Bulger was taken from a Liverpool shopping centre by two 10-year-old boys. He left his mother’s side for just a second, but that was long enough for Jon Venables to take his hand and lead him away to his death.
Together with Robert Thompson, Jon Venables took Jamie on a three mile trek, stopping every now and again to torture the little boy who was crying for his mummy.
Finally they stopped at a railway track where they brutally kicked him, threw stones at him, rubbed paint into his eyes, and tried to cut off his fingers with a pair of scissors. They then left his tiny battered body on the tracks so a train could run him over to hide their crime.
These two boys understood very well what they had done was wrong and that is why they tried to make it look like an accident.
Venables and Thompson were found guilty of murder at Preston Crown Court on November 24, 1993. The trial judge sentenced them to be detained at HerMajesty’s pleasure, with a recommendation that they should be kept in custody for “very, very many years”.
Yet shortly after the trial, Lord Taylor of Gosforth, the Lord Chief Justice, stepped in and ordered that the two boys should serve just ten years, which would have made them eligible for release in February 2003.
In fact they were released two years earlier than his recommendation on a life licence in June 2001.
An injunction was imposed shortly after the trial, preventing the publication of details about the boys. The injunction has remained in force following their release, so that details of their new identities could not be published.
In January last year Lady Justice Butler-Sloss awarded Venables and Thompson anonymity for the rest of their lives so that they can settle anywhere they like without any unwelcome intrusion by the media.
There can be no new life or identity for little Jamie Bulger. After what they did to him, Venables and Thompson should never have been released from prison, let alone provided with the where-with-all to live a relatively normal life.
We feel that it is disgusting that these two creatures are protected by tax payers money, we feel that the British Government should expose their identity so that the people around them know exactly who they are dealing with. We feel that it is a sick thing that people can form relationships with these vile individuals and not have a clue about what they have done in their past.
Martins blog can be found at: http://martinwingfield.blogspot.com/