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One of the monsters who killed toddler James Bulger in one of the most shocking crimes in England in the early 1990s is back in prison after being caught with vicious child images again in a top secret police operation last week.
The evil Jon Venables, now 35, was arrested last week after authorities found a stash of indecent material on his home computer during a routine visit.
The disgusting haul includes sickening child abuse images similar to those found in 2010 that sparked strong calls for him to be sent back to jail.
Venables is now under heavy guard at a maximum category A jail. He is being held at the said undisclosed top security jail for violating the terms of the life license handed to him and his friend Robert Thompson after the abduction, torture, and murder of two-year-old Bulger on Merseyside in 1993.
While no fresh charges have been filed against Venables for any offense, he is now the subject of a major police investigation. He is, however, placed in an “immediate recall” procedure which means he has been returned to prison twice in the last decade despite spending hugely for his rehabilitation. It is estimated that more than $6 million dollars have been spent to get him on the road to recovery and reform.
Venables was just 10 when he killed toddler James Bulger along with fellow !0-year-old co-murderer Robert Thompson. The two were found guilty, and they became the youngest convicted murderers in modern English history. They were sentenced to custody until they turned adults at 18, and were released under new identities and a lifelong license in June 2001.
Bulger’s dad was so enraged in 2013 when the killer and pedophile was freed on parole that he warned: “It is only a matter of time before he caves into his lust for young children again.”
His recent arrest is also being viewed as such a big blow to those who believed that he will change and worked hard the past 25 years to achieve that goal. A source shared to the publication The Sun: “Every expense has been afforded him, every expert opinion offered, every opportunity given. And yet here we are again and by anyone’s standards, the question has now to be asked whether he has finally run out of chances. If he is found to have committed a new offense, then why should the public continue to pay through the nose to protect his anonymity any longer?”
Venables has been living in a secret location in the North of England under a second new identity given to him after his release from jail in 2013.
As a convicted pedophile, Venables has always been regarded as an ultra-high risk ex-offender and has been constantly monitored by probation officials the past years.
Venables will be held in prison indefinitely while the new allegations against him are being probed.