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Thompson and Venables had attempted to lead away another two-year-old boy, but had been prevented by the boy's mother. Each boy sat in view of the court on raised chairs so they could see out of the dock designed for adults accompanied by two social workers.
Although they were separated from their parents, they were within touching distance when their families attended the trial. News stories reported the demeanour of the defendants.
Thompson and Venables were considered by the court to be capable of "mischievous discretion", meaning an ability to act with criminal intent as they were mature enough to understand that they were doing something seriously wrong.
Vizard replied, "If the issue is on the balance of probabilities, I think I can answer with certainty. Thompson and Venables did not speak during the trial, and the case against them was based to a large extent on the more than 20 hours of tape-recorded police interviews with the boys, which were played back in court.
Venables later described how Bulger seemed to like him, holding his hand and allowing him to pick him up on the meandering journey to the scene of his murder.
The pathologist spent 33 minutes outlining the injuries sustained by Bulger; many of those to his legs had been inflicted after he was stripped from the waist down.
Brain damage was extensive and included a haemorrhage. The boys, by then aged 11, were found guilty of Bulger's murder at the Preston court on 24 November , becoming the youngest convicted murderers of the 20th century.
In my judgment, your conduct was both cunning and very wicked. There was a need for an informed public debate on crimes committed by young children.
Shortly after the trial, and after the judge had recommended a minimum sentence of eight years, Lord Taylor of Gosforth , the Lord Chief Justice , recommended that the two boys should serve a minimum of ten years,  which would have made them eligible for release in February at the age of The editors of the Sun newspaper handed a petition bearing nearly , signatures to Home Secretary Michael Howard , in a bid to increase the time spent by both boys in custody.
Lord Donaldson criticised Howard's intervention, describing the increased tariff as "institutionalised vengeance Tony Blair , then Shadow Home Secretary , gave a speech in Wellingborough during which he said: "We hear of crimes so horrific they provoke anger and disbelief in equal proportions These are the ugly manifestations of a society that is becoming unworthy of that name.
Justice Morland stated that exposure to violent videos might have encouraged the actions of Thompson and Venables, but this was disputed by David Maclean , the Minister of State at the Home Office at the time, who pointed out that police had found no evidence linking the case with " video nasties ".
Some British tabloid newspapers claimed that the attack on Bulger was inspired by the film Child's Play 3 , and campaigned for the rules on "video nasties" to be tightened.
A Merseyside detective said, "We went through something like titles rented by the Venables family. There were some you or I wouldn't want to see, but nothing—no scene, or plot, or dialogue—where you could put your finger on the freeze button and say that influenced a boy to go out and commit murder.
Helens on Merseyside. These locations were not publicly known until after the boys' release. The records were stored at the units and copied to officials in Whitehall.
The boys were taught to conceal their real names and the crime they had committed which resulted in their being in the units. Venables' parents regularly visited their son at Red Bank, just as Thompson's mother did, every three days, at Barton Moss.
In , lawyers for Thompson and Venables appealed to the European Court of Human Rights that the boys' trial had not been impartial, since they were too young to follow proceedings and understand an adult court.
The European Court dismissed their claim that the trial was inhuman and degrading treatment , but upheld their claim they were denied a fair hearing by the nature of the court proceedings.
In September , Bulger's parents appealed to the European Court of Human Rights, but failed to persuade the court that a victim of a crime has the right to be involved in determining the sentence of the perpetrator.
In October , he recommended the tariff be reduced from ten to eight years,  adding that young offender institutions were a "corrosive atmosphere" for the juveniles.
In June , after a six-month review, the parole board ruled the boys were no longer a threat to public safety and could be released as their minimum tariff had expired in February of that year.
The Home Secretary David Blunkett approved the decision, and they were released a few weeks later on lifelong licence after serving eight years.
Blunkett added his own conditions to their licence and insisted on being sent daily updates on the men's actions.
The terms of their release included the following: they were not allowed to contact each other or Bulger's family; they were prohibited from visiting the Merseyside region;  curfews may be imposed on them and they must report to probation officers.
If they breached the rules or were deemed a risk to the public, they could be returned to prison. The worldwide injunction was kept in force following their release on parole, so their new identities and locations could not be published.
In the months after the trial, and following the birth of their second son, the marriage of Bulger's parents, Ralph and Denise, broke down; they divorced in The Observer revealed that both Venables and Thompson had passed A-levels during their sentences.
The paper also told how the Bulger family's lawyers had consulted psychiatric experts in order to present the parole panel with a report which suggested that Thompson is an undiagnosed psychopath , citing his lack of remorse during his trial and arrest.
The report was ultimately dismissed. However, his lack of remorse at the time, in stark contrast to Venables, led to considerable scrutiny from the parole panel.
Upon release, both Thompson and Venables had lost all trace of their Liverpool accents. The chances of his successful rehabilitation were described as "very high".
The Manchester Evening News published details that suggested the names of the secure institutions in which the pair were housed, in breach of the injunction against publicity which had been renewed early in No significant publication or vigilante action against Thompson or Venables has occurred.
Despite this, Bulger's mother, Denise, told how in she received a tip-off from an anonymous source that helped her locate Thompson.
Upon seeing him, she was "paralysed with hatred" and was unable to confront him. In March , a call was made by England's Children's commissioner Maggie Atkinson to raise the age of criminal responsibility from ten to twelve.
She said that the killers of James Bulger should have undergone "programmes" to help turn their lives around, rather than being prosecuted.
The Ministry of Justice rejected the call, saying that children over the age of ten knew the difference "between bad behaviour and serious wrongdoing".
In April , a year-old man from the Isle of Man was given a three-month suspended prison sentence for falsely claiming in a Facebook message that one of his former colleagues was Robert Thompson.
In passing sentence, Deputy High Bailiff Alastair Montgomerie said that the teenager had "put that person at significant risk of serious harm" and in a "perilous position" by making the allegation.
On 25 February , the Attorney General's Office announced that it was instituting contempt of court proceedings against several people who had allegedly published photographs online showing Thompson or Venables as adults.
A spokesman commented "There are many different images circulating online claiming to be of Venables or Thompson; potentially innocent individuals may be wrongly identified as being one of the two men and placed in danger.
The order, and its enforcement, is therefore intended to protect not only Venables and Thompson but also those members of the public who have been incorrectly identified as being one of the two men.
On 26 April , two men received suspended jail sentences of nine months after admitting to contempt of court, by publishing photographs which they claimed to be of Venables and Thompson on Facebook and Twitter.
The posts were seen by 24, people. According to BBC legal correspondent Clive Coleman, the purpose of the prosecution was to ensure that the public was aware that Internet users were also subject to the law of contempt.
On 27 November , a man from Liverpool received a fourteen-month suspended prison sentence for posting images on Twitter claiming to show Venables.
On 14 July , a woman from Margate in Kent was jailed for three years after sending Twitter messages to Bulger's mother in which she posed as one of his killers and his ghost.
On 25 October , a man was jailed for 26 weeks for stalking Denise Fergus. He had previously received a police warning for stalking her in On 31 January , a man and a woman pleaded guilty to eight contempt of court offences at the High Court after they admitted posting photos on social media that they claimed identified Venables.
Both received suspended prison sentences. On 13 March , actress Tina Malone was given an eight-month suspended prison sentence for posting Venables' identity on Facebook.
In January , a year-old woman from Ammanford received a prison sentence of eight months, suspended for 15 months. In November , she had published an alleged photograph of Venables on Facebook with the advice "share this as much as possible.
Shortly before his release, when aged 17, Venables was alleged to have had sex with a woman who worked at the Red Bank secure unit where he was held.
In April , in the aftermath of his imprisonment, these allegations were outlined in a Sunday Times Magazine article written by David James Smith, who had been following the Bulger case since the trial, and again later in a BBC documentary titled Jon Venables: What Went Wrong?
The female staff member was accused of sexual misconduct and suspended; she never returned to work at Red Bank. Some time thereafter, he began a relationship with a woman who had a five-year-old child.
It is not known whether Venables had already begun downloading child pornography at the time of dating the woman, though he denies having ever met the child.
In , when Venables was 23, his probation officer met another girlfriend of his, who was aged After a number of "young girlfriends", it was presumed that Venables was having a delayed adolescence.
In , a new probation officer noted that he spent "a great deal of leisure time" playing video games and on the Internet. In September that year, Venables was arrested on suspicion of affray , following a fight outside a nightclub; he claimed he was acting in self-defence and the charges were later dropped after he agreed to go on an alcohol-awareness course.
Three months later he was found to be in possession of cocaine; he was subjected to a curfew. On 2 March , the Ministry of Justice revealed that Jon Venables had been returned to prison for an unspecified violation of the terms of his licence of release.
The Justice Secretary Jack Straw stated that Venables had been returned to prison because of "extremely serious allegations", and stated that he was "unable to give further details of the reasons for Jon Venables's return to custody, because it was not in the public interest to do so.
Fu poi trasferito sull'Isola di Alcatraz , dove rimase per tre anni. Bulger, successivamente, decise di lasciare la Killen Gang, per unirsi a una nuova banda, la Winter Hill Gang, divenendo in seguito leader della banda stessa, dopo l'assassinio di James McLean.
Si dice anche che tutti i membri di Notarangeli si fossero convertiti alla Winter Hill Gang, con l'eccezione di due che avrebbero tentato, invano, una fuga e che sarebbero poi stati uccisi.
Si dice inoltre che Notarangeli fosse poi stato ucciso da Al Plummer, divenuto membro della banda di Bulger. Il veterano Paul McGonagle, nel novembre , venne colpito alla testa da uno sparo di Bulger e seppellito in una fossa nella spiaggia di Tenean Beach a Boston; si presume che McGonagle avesse un coinvolgimento diretto con l'assassinio di alleati di Bulger: Eddie Connors , nel gennaio , Tommy King e Buddy Leonard , nel novembre Nell'aprile del le forze dell'ordine di Boston bloccarono definitivamente i commerci illegali di Bulger e chiusero le sue sale di giochi d'azzardo; fu dichiarata, di conseguenza, caccia aperta nei confronti di Bulger.
Nel gennaio Bulger era intenzionato a ritornare a Boston, credendo che le operazioni di ricerca fossero state sospese, ma Stephen Flemmi e il fratello Michael nel frattempo furono arrestati.
Il 17 novembre fu dichiarato che la Winter Hill Gang era stata definitivamente sciolta dalla polizia del Massachusetts, con l'arresto degli ultimi membri rimasti.
James J. L'ultimo avvistamento di Bulger prima della cattura del avvenne nel a Londra e poi in Uruguay. Nel invece vi fu un presunto avvistamento a Victoria in Canada.
Il 22 giugno finirono i suoi 17 anni di latitanza; gli agenti dell' FBI lo catturarono in un condominio a Santa Monica insieme alla sua storica compagna Catherine Greig.
Bulger ha affrontato un atto d'accusa per riciclaggio , estorsione , spaccio di droga , corruzione di agenti dell'FBI e verso altri funzionari di polizia e la partecipazione a 19 omicidi.
Bulger joutui pidätetyksi ensimmäistä kertaa jo vuotiaana. Hän palveli Yhdysvaltain ilmavoimissa vuosina — , mutta joutui tuonakin aikana toistuvasti pidätetyksi, vuonna sotilaskarkuruudesta.
Bulger syyllistyi vuonna kaappaukseen ja pian lukuisiin pankkiryöstöihin Rhode Islandilla ja Indianassa. Hänet tuomittiin kesäkuussa vankeuteen 25 vuodeksi.
Hän aloitti tuomionsa kärsimisen United States Penitentiaryssa Atlantassa , mutta päätyi vuonna Alcatraziin. Hän istui siellä vuoteen ja vapautui vuonna Hän sittemmin ryhtyi järjestäytyneeseen rikollisuuteen.
Bulger kuului pääasiassa Bostonin alueella toimivaan Winter Hill Gangiin, ja häntä etsittiin epäiltynä muun muassa sellaisista rikoksista kuin osallisuudesta murhiin ja huumausainekaupasta sekä rahanpesusta.
Bulger pakeni Bostonista Hänen kuvansa näytettiin America's Most Wanted -ohjelmassa ensimmäistä kertaa vuonna Still, no one did anything.
Soon after, a woman saw Thompson punch Bulger and shake him. But she pulled her curtains and blocked out the scene. But one bystander provided a glimmer of hope — however fleeting — for James Bulger.
With evening approaching, an elderly woman saw Bulger crying, noticed his injuries, and approached the trio to enquire what was wrong.
Apparently satisfied with their explanation, the woman simply told the two boys to take the toddler down to the nearby Walton Lane Police Station.
She called out to them once more as they walked away but they did not look back. Later that night, one of the women saw the news that Bulger was missing.
She phoned the police and expressed regret for not doing something. Not long after the elderly woman sent the boys on their way, Bulger was almost rescued yet again.
A woman concerned for the toddler told Venables and Thompson that she would take the child to the police station herself. But when she asked another woman nearby to look after her daughter while she did so, that woman refused because her dog did not like children.
And so Bulger slipped away from safety once again. Venables, Thompson, and Bulger then walked into two different stores where they interacted with both shopkeepers who, though suspicious of the older boys, let them go.
Then Venables and Thompson came upon two older boys that they knew. Then they arrived at the railway. The boys hesitated, perhaps reconsidering what they were about to do, and did briefly turn away from the embankment.
But then Jon Venables and Robert Thompson turned back toward the privacy of the deserted railway. The brutal torture and murder of James Bulger occurred sometime between and p.
PA Images via Getty Images A policeman stands guard at the entrance of the site where the body of James Bulger was found on a railway embankment in Liverpool.
They then kicked him, pummelled him with bricks and stones, and stuffed batteries into his mouth. Finally, the boys hit Bulger over the head with a pound iron bar, which resulted in 10 skull fractures.
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