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Child murderer Jon Venables ‘could walk free from prison IN WEEKS’ 

<strong>Child murderer Jon Venables ‘could walk free from prison IN WEEKS’ </strong>
James Bugler, pictured, was aged two when he was kidnapped, tortured and murdered by Venables and Thompson.

EVIL Jon Venables will get a parole hearing in weeks — despite desperate pleas from his victim’s father to keep him locked up. According to a reliable Source, monster 40, has a “strong chance” of going free because of his “positive” progress inside

Jon Venables, who was one of two ten-year-old boys who murdered two-year-old James Bulger in Bootle in February 1993, is again seeking his release from prison. 

James’ father Ralph Bulger has appealed to the Home Secretary Dominic Raab to use his He has also been arrested for his involvement in a drunken brawl and possession of cocainepowers to block the killer’s release.  

Venables and his co-accused Robert Thompson were both released from prison on a license with new identities in 2001. 

However, Venables was sent back to prison in 2010 and 2017 for possessing indecent images of children. 

The killer is currently serving a 40-month jail term and passed the halfway point in October. 

However, ‘Westminster turmoil‘ prevented him from securing a pre-Christmas parole hearing. Under the current legislation, Venables was entitled to another parole hearing within two years of his last bid in September 2020.

The 40-year-old killer has a ‘strong chance’ of release. James’ father, Ralph said that ‘If Venables is walking around as a free man as we mark 30 years of losing our beautiful boy, it would be the ultimate betrayal.’He said Justice Secretary Dominic Rabb should use his power and influence to block Venables’ return to society. He said: ‘Mr. Raab has pledged to crack down on the most dangerous criminals in this country.’Venables should be top of that list and never see daylight again.’

Mr. Bulger said he wants to attend any parole hearing. He said a hearing could be held in ‘early 2023’. According to him, Venables was a risk to society and a continued danger to children.

Ralph Bulger wants to attend any hearing under the terms of a Parole Board shake-up

He added: ‘I’m bracing for the worst news because I’ve no trust left in the warped system of this country. But Dominic Raab can change that.’

James’ mother, Denise Fergus has also urged the government to block Venables’ release claiming he is ‘still a danger’.  

Author: Linda .R. Jones

London, UK