James Bulger's mother recorded on Channel 5 about the brutal murder of a little son



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The mother of James Bulger was threatened by a new documentary film that promised to shed the murder of her son.

Denise Fergus tweeted her abomination on Channel 5 show James Bulger: New Revelations after it was released tonight.

James was only two years old when he was kidnapped and murdered by Robert Thompson and Jon Venables, and then 10 years later.

In Twitter she wrote: "I have to look disgusting channel5_tv karavana__media, to know what I need to deal with.

"I can honestly say that I am concerned that I am unilaterally sympathetic with the criminals of my beautiful son, who was only two years old when he was kidnapped and murdered."

James Bulger's mother, Denise, and her son, who was only twenty-two when he was murdered

Kanal 5 showed that it will present "surprising new evidence" about a case in which James was kidnapped and murdered by Robert Thompson and Jon Venables, and then 10 years later.

School children were abducted completely from a shopping center in 1993 and went over two and a half kilometers across Liverpool before they were beaten and tortured to death.

However, the motive for murder has always remained unclear.

Neither did the guy prove at the trial and their lawyers did not offer any defense.

Jamie Bulger
Dams Bulger

James Bulger kidnapping
James Bulger kidnapping

But 25 years after the trial was over, the documentary said that he would investigate what killed boys and killed an innocent child.

In the documentary, a statement by Robert Thompson was revealed, in which he spoke of his "shame and disgust" over his crime when he tried to conquer his freedom.

Thompson said: "I am deeply embarrassed to have done it, and that I had a role in this terrible murder."

In his 2001 statement, Thompson said he was "desperately sorry", but he accepted his concern that Ralph and James' mother Denise should not be genuine.

The decision of the Parole Board in June this year recommended that Thompson and Venables, both 18 years old, be issued a lifelong license and be freed from new identities.

Robert Thompson, 10 years old, is a mugshot for the British authorities on February 20, 1993
Robert Thompson, 10 years old, is a mugshot for the British authorities on February 20, 1993

Thompson said when he and Venables left the Strand shopping center in Bootle, Merseyside, "he was aware that Jon Venables had a little boy with him".

From the CCTV recordings on which James led, Thompson said: "I very much regret that I did not do anything to stop it at the moment, and the look of these photographs makes me shy with disdain and disgust."

But he denied James sexually assaulted before killing him.

He added, "Jon Venables and I did not talk to each other, as I recall, during the attack. And we did not talk about it after we left James Bulger on the railway track."

Jon Venables
Jon Venables, 10 years old, is a mugshot for the British authorities on February 20, 1993

In his statement, he said: "At that time of my life I was completely out of control and I spent time with a group of friends whose main intervention was committed and caused trouble.

"I was under surveillance because my life on the streets was better than me than my life at home – there was nothing for me at home."

Asked for his release, he said: "I am aware that I am now a better person and I have a better life and better education than if I did not commit murder.

"There is obviously an irony for this, but it is also part of my shameful feelings. I personally want the lady and Mrs. Bulger and their families to know that I am very sorry for what I did, and I am aware of the size of what I have done.

"Mr and Mrs Bulger made statements in the media that show that any deception statement will be seen as a cynical maneuver to ensure my release. It's hard, given how to see how I can communicate with someone on effective way. "

The grave of a murdered little boy at the Kirkdale cemetery

The program, in which the "new interviews and testimonies of those directly involved in the case" were presented, revealed the details of Thompson's domestic life and claimed that he was the victim of violence.

Little is known for Thompson's life, as his permission was issued already at the age of 18. Venables, 36, was imprisoned for the second time because of child abuse.

He is currently serving a 40-month sentence.

The mirror online contacted Channel 5 for comment.

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