BORN EVIL? READ THIS,THEN DECIDE....... WARNING....this article contains disturbing content, so if you are sensitive,
please don't read.This hoffific murder of a 3 YEAR OLD boy was commited by 2 TEN YEAR OLD boys. They found that these boys had been wanting to kill
someone since the age of 7! Thier initial plan was to grab a child, and walk him to a busy street, then push the child into traffic so they could
watch him being hit by a car!!! But they decided instead to torture and beat the child to death instead. IF THIS ISN'T AN EXAMPLE OF BEING BORN
EVIL.I DON"T KNOW WHAT IS!!
Murder of James Bulger
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James Patrick Bulger (16 March 1990 – 12 February 1993) was a two-year-old child from Kirkby, Merseyside, England, who was abducted, tortured and
murdered. The perpetrators were two 10-year-old boys, Robert Thompson (born 23 August 1982) and Jon Venables, (born 13 August 1982). Bulger
disappeared on 12 February 1993 from the New Strand Shopping Centre, Bootle, while accompanying his mother. His mutilated body was found on a railway
line in nearby Walton on 14 February. Thompson and Venables were charged on 20 February 1993 with the abduction and murder.
Thompson and Venables were found guilty of the murder of Bulger on 24 November 1993, making them the youngest convicted murderers in modern English
history. They were sentenced to custody until they reached adulthood, initially until the age of 18, and were released on lifelong licence in June
2001. The case has prompted widespread debate on the issue of how to handle young offenders when they are sentenced or released from custody.
In March 2010, Jon Venables was returned to prison for an unspecified violation of the terms of his licence of release. In July 2010, he pleaded
guilty to charges of downloading and distributing child pornography, and was given a sentence of two years' imprisonment.
CCTV evidence from the New Strand Shopping Centre in Bootle taken on 12 February 1993 showed Thompson and Venables casually observing children,
apparently selecting a target. The boys were playing truant from school, which they did regularly. Throughout the day, Thompson and Venables were seen
stealing various items including sweets, a troll doll, some batteries and a can of blue paint, some of which were found at the murder scene. It was
later revealed by one of the boys that they were planning to find a child to abduct, lead it to the busy road alongside the mall, and push it into car
James Bulger being kidnapped by Thompson (above Bulger) and Venables (holding Bulger's hand) in an image recorded on shopping centre CCTV.That same
afternoon, James Bulger (often called "Jamie" by the press, although never by his family), from nearby Kirkby, went with his mother Denise to the
New Strand Shopping Centre. While inside a butcher's shop at around 3:40pm, Denise realised that her son had disappeared. He had been left at the
door of the shop while she placed an order, and was spotted by Thompson and Venables. They approached him and spoke to him, before taking him by the
hand and leading him out of the precinct. This moment was captured on a CCTV camera recording timestamped at 15:42.
The boys took Bulger on a 2.5-mile (4.0 km) walk across Liverpool, leading him to the Leeds and Liverpool Canal where he was dropped on his head and
suffered injuries to his face. The boys joked about pushing Bulger into the canal. During the walk across Liverpool, the boys were seen by 38 people.
Bulger had a bump on his forehead and was crying, but most bystanders did nothing to intervene, assuming that he was a younger brother. Two people
challenged the older boys, but they claimed that Bulger was a younger brother or that he was lost and they were taking him to the local police
station. At one point, the boys took Bulger into a pet shop, from which they were ejected. Eventually the boys led Bulger to a railway line near the
disused Walton & Anfield railway station, close to Walton Lane police station and Anfield Cemetery, where they attacked him.
At the trial it was established that at this location, one of the boys threw blue Humbrol modelling paint into Bulger's left eye. They kicked him and
hit him with bricks, stones and a 22-pound (10.0 kg) iron bar, described in court as a railway fishplate. They placed batteries in his mouth. Bulger
suffered ten skull fractures as a result of the iron bar striking his head. Alan Williams, the case's pathologist, speculated that Bulger suffered so
many injuries that none could be isolated as the fatal blow. Police suspected that there was a sexual element to the crime, since Bulger's shoes,
stockings, trousers and underpants had been removed. The pathologist's report read out in court stated that Bulger's foreskin had been manipulated.
When questioned about this aspect of the attack by detectives and the child psychiatrist Eileen Vizard, Thompson and Venables were reluctant to give
Before they left him, the boys laid Bulger across the railway tracks and weighted his head down with rubble, in the hope that a train would hit him
and make his death appear to be an accident. After Bulger's killers left the scene, his body was cut in half by a train. Bulger's severed body was
discovered two days later, on 14 February. A forensic pathologist testified that he had died before he was struck by the train.
The police quickly found low-resolution video images of Bulger's abduction from the Strand Shopping Centre by two unidentified boys. As the
circumstances surrounding the death became clear, tabloid newspapers denounced the people who had seen Bulger but had not intervened to aid Bulger as
he was being taken through the city, as the "Liverpool 38". The railway embankment upon which his body had been discovered was flooded with hundreds
of bunches of flowers.
The crime created great anger in Liverpool. The family of one boy who was detained for questioning, but subsequently released, had to flee the city.
The breakthrough came when a woman, on seeing slightly enhanced images of the two boys on national television, recognised Venables, whom she knew had
played truant with Thompson that day. She contacted police and the boys were arrested.