James Bulgar killer Jon Venables possibly starting a new life abroad Watch

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Apparently at our tax payers expense https://metro.co.uk/2019/06/24/child...e.top.facebook
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Why he was allowed to live is beyond me, him and his partner in murder are disgusting
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Would another country really allow him to migrate there?

New Zealand has already said no.
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Would another country really allow him to migrate there?

New Zealand has already said no.
That's what I wondered and surely can't see Canada saying yes either
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*shrug* I don't really see much difference, he was at taxpayers expense already.
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Why is he even being sent abroad?
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The fact that Robert has managed to move on with his life and not reoffend (and presumably is still on his first new identity) and this cretin hasn't does show that for some people there really is no hope, even with the best rehabilitation. It is unfair that we are literally sending a British problem off for another country to deal with because we all know this guy is going to reoffend again and again.
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I don't know why are we spending money to keep this waste of oxygen alive, the man literally has no guilt or remorse for the crimes he did over 2 decades ago, and still has none to this day, at least his partner felt guilt. The man has not changed one bit, he keeps on committing crimes that are motivated in a similar way to that murder (Paedophilia)
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Just throw him in prison, he clearly hasn’t reformed, at least Thompson hasn’t done anything since.
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Why he was allowed to live is beyond me, him and his partner in murder are disgusting
Probably because unlike certain countries we dont execute 10 year olds.
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Why he was allowed to live is beyond me, him and his partner in murder are disgusting
Because this country abolished the death penalty and has moved beyond the "an eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth" mentality.
But those two are so horrifyingly vile and should have been sent to broadmoor for life.
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Ten year olds know what they’re doing; they knew what they did was wrong and evil
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Probably because unlike certain countries we dont execute 10 year olds.
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Ten year olds know what they’re doing; they knew what they did was wrong and evil
Go about killing off all the kids who do wrong and evil things and we'll likely have a shortage,
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I wouldn’t mind if he was at least somewhat repentant; instead he has showed no remorse and continues to commit paedophilic offences; I don’t see how giving him a new identity; a fully funded life and protection at the taxpayers expense is in any sense of the word a punishment
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Go about killing off all the kids who do wrong and evil things and we'll likely have a shortage,
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No source, probably total rubbish.
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(Original post by AngryRedhead)
I wouldn’t mind if he was at least somewhat repentant; instead he has showed no remorse and continues to commit paedophilic offences; I don’t see how giving him a new identity; a fully funded life and protection at the taxpayers expense is in any sense of the word a punishment
It's not supposed to be a punishment?, that's the prison bit, it's to stop him being dismembered, regardless of who thinks he kinda has it coming or how good value in £££ it is. Lifelong anonymity was the judgement so that's what they need to stick to. I see no sense in people kicking off about it again.

TBH I also feel it's bit tricky to say he's shown no remorse, because he's not legally allowed to, is he?. Not denying his guilt for a second, but we only get a v one sided view of this.
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The guy deserves to get dismembered; he should have gotten the death penalty at the age of 18. His lack of remorse is obvious in his continuous committing of child pornography offences. Clearly prison has not worked. He is a total waste of space
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It's not supposed to be a punishment?, that's the prison bit, it's to stop him being dismembered, regardless of who thinks he kinda has it coming or how good value in £££ it is. Lifelong anonymity was the judgement so that's what they need to stick to. I see no sense in people kicking off about it again.

TBH I also feel it's bit tricky to say he's shown no remorse, because he's not legally allowed to, is he?. Not denying his guilt for a second, but we only get a v one sided view of this.
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(Original post by StriderHort)
It's not supposed to be a punishment?, that's the prison bit, it's to stop him being dismembered, regardless of who thinks he kinda has it coming or how good value in £££ it is. Lifelong anonymity was the judgement so that's what they need to stick to. I see no sense in people kicking off about it again.

TBH I also feel it's bit tricky to say he's shown no remorse, because he's not legally allowed to, is he?. Not denying his guilt for a second, but we only get a v one sided view of this.
That is correct, but socially he has to doesn't he? He is a danger to society with the crimes he has committed and not a single society anywhere in the world will allow a child murder to be free without consequences, and as AngryRedhead said this guy has shown no signs of remorse or changing, clearly prison has not worked so he needs to get dismembered.
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Couldnt care less really.

If the meddling public hadnt plasterd him on social media in breach of the court order, then people wouldnt know and he would be in this country at tax payers expense.
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Apparently at our tax payers expense https://metro.co.uk/2019/06/24/child...e.top.facebook
Well no, according to the very limited information in the article, this idea is being considered because it is at our expense to keep him here. This implies that it would save to move him abroad. It is due to the other lawbreakers that keep revealing his identity that this is happening.
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