Michael Jackson said he would like to hug Robert Thompson and Jon Venables.
Michael Jackson, who is thought to have been the victim of a child abuse ring, often talked about the Bulger case during a series of interviews with Rabbi Shmuley Boteach eight years ago.
Child killer Jon Venables is being released from prison again.
Fury as judge who gave Bulger killers secret identities casts doubt on links between child porn and sex crimes
In CIA mind control, children are trained to kill other children.
"On CCTV footage which captured the moment of his abduction frame by haunting frame, we saw him being taken through the mall by a pair of shadowy silhouettes.
The interviews: Robert Thompson/Jon Venables
"An aggressive alcoholic, he would beat Ann mercilessly.
"On one occasion, she suffered a miscarriage when she was jammed in a door during a violent row.
"The boys did not escape the beatings. They were punished by their father with sticks and belts.
"'See the evil in my eyes, tw*t,' he'd say to them when he was angry.
"In 1988, he abandoned his family for another woman. Ann Thompson was unable to cope and turned to drink.
"At the Top House pub in Walton, neighbours recalled her fights with other women, and sometimes even with men."
When Jon Venables stayed with his father Neil, there were videos to watch, including Child's Play 3.
In Child's Play 3, the spirit of a serial killer enters a doll named Chucky.
Chucky kills people.
There is a struggle on a railway track.
In 1993, ten year-old Jon Venables grabbed a two year-old boy called James Bulger and tortured him and battered him to death.
James Bulger's mutilated body was found on a railway track.
Jon Venables accomplice was 10 year-old Robert Thompson.
Jon Venables spent 8 years in the care of the state and was then released. (The Sun)
Jon Venable's father Neil separated from his wife Susan when Jon was four.
After his parents separated Jon began to have problems at school.
Jon's mother Susan Venables has been described as a loose woman whose neighbours "noted a procession of men friends for Mrs Venables".
Reportedly, Susan was prone to hysterics.
"She came from a 'strict and disciplined' background, and had been observed physically and verbally assaulting Jon."
Jon had a terror of being rejected by his mother.
Jon was afraid of his mother.
(Did bad parenting turn Thompson and Venables into killers?)
Back in 1991, when Jon Venables was eight, his teacher reported that the quiet, timid boy would "rock back and forth in his chair, holding onto his desk, moaning and making odd noises." (Death of James Bulger)
"He banged his head on the furniture... cut himself with scissors... tore down the displays and artwork of other students...
"He approached another classmate from behind and began choking the boy with a wooden ruler...
"No one thought of Jon as a 'bad' kid ... some teachers thought of him as a sweet child, and felt sympathy for him. They thought he was pleading for help."
"Jon was an easy target for the other kids, and they teased him mercilessly, because he was so easily worked up by their provocations...
Jon met Robert Thompson, a manipulative kid who reportedly had psychopathic tendencies.
The two became bullies.
Robert Thompson's parents, Ann and Robert, were heavy drinkers and there was violence in the home.
Ann had got married to Robert in order "to escape the severe beatings from her father."
Ralph and Denise Bulger
Ann's husband Robert Thompson beat Ann in front of the boys.
And, Ann Thompson beat her sons with sticks and belts.
Young Robert was beaten by his older brothers.
After Jon had met Robert, "Jon disrupted the class...
"Robert was quiet, but seemed to be a shrewd liar, and able to manipulate other students."
When Jon confessed to killing James Bulger, he showed hostility toward his father, "particularly when the issue of sexual assault on James came up.
"He walked over to his father and began punching him, crying 'me dad thinks I know and I don't.'"
How the military treat people
If Jon Venables had come from a posh family, joined the military and gone off to Afghanistan to kill children, he would have been treated as a hero by the Sun newspaper.
"Reports ... emerged that he was given dispensation to join the Army at 18."
http://twelfthbough.blogspot.com/ has written about Venables and Thompson - treat the criminals like princes and the people like criminals
The Jamie Bulger murder took place in LIVERPOOL
On 23 March 2010, we learn that Matthew Byrne, the children's charity boss from LIVERPOOL, has admitted a string of sadistic sex attacks on children in a 'torture chamber bedroom'
Some of his victims thought they were going to die.
The Liverpool Echo, 4 February 2008, had a news story entitled Monsters ruined my life (uk)
Shy Keenan, as a child, was in the hands of a child-abusing paedophile ring.
Stanley Claridge and his ring abused children in Wirral’s Noctorum estate, near Liverpool in the UK.
At the age of four, Shy Noonan became Claridge’s step-daughter.
She was then raped every day and was often being beaten by her mother.
When she was 10, Shy was attacked by the local gang of child abusers and left for dead in a field, her skull fractured.
Schools, social services and police failed to protect Shy.
The abuse occurred mainly on the Noctorum estate between 1971 and November 1982.
Photo from Liverpool in the UK by Man vyi
The Phoenix survivors website features a suicide note which a child-abuse victim wrote to his mother.
It reads: "What that b**tard did to me I will never forget.
"I will come back and haunt him I hope.
"Did I ask to be done by a paedophile? Did I ask to be sick for 10 years?"
Now says Shy: “None of us want his death to be in vain and we will never forget him. This country has got a long way to go when it comes to really helping victims. The lack of counselling is appalling.
Shy was filmed and photographed during the rapes until she was 14.