View gallery A linguistics expert believes he has cracked The Shugborough Code — a random sequence of letters on a stately home monument that has baffled historians for over years. According to legend, the code was created by the Knights Templar, fanatical and feared fighting unit of the Crusades. Some of the nation’s greatest minds have tried to break the code, including Charles Dickens and Charles Darwin but all have failed — until now — possibly. Mr Massey, a public school Latin teacher, said: I believe my proposal provides a sensible and credible interpretation to this long-standing mystery. AJ Morton, an expert in graves and monuments, dismissed the inscription as nothing more than 19th century graffiti, left by Shugborough residents George Adams and his wife, Mary Vernon-Venables.
Murder of James Bulger
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The two-year-old was abducted, tortured and killed by 10 year olds Jon Venables and Robert Thompson in Liverpool in February The two boys were jailed for life but released on licence with new identities in Venables then had his parole revoked in and jailed for a further two years after admitting downloading and distributing indecent images of children. Earlier this year James’s mother Denise Fergus and father Ralph Bulger addressed Venables’ parole hearing and pushed for him to remain in prison.
But yesterday the Parole Board confirmed the decision has been made to grant Venables parole. Mr Bulger’s solicitor Robin Makin said: If such occurs then Ralph will feel guilty of not having done enough to have prevented such an obvious tragedy. It is not known what has changed. No reasons for the decision have been given. Nothing has been indicated as to what is proposed and, as is well known, the supervision previously attempted was inadequate and led to Jon Venables breaching his licence conditions and entering Merseyside,” Mr Makin said.
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Jamie Bulger killer Venables jailed for child pornography Independent. Jon Venables, who was released on licence in after serving eight years for the murder of two-year-old James, was returned to prison last November after he was caught with the pictures. James’s mother Denise Fergus and father Ralph Bulger were in court yesterday to see one of their son’s killers sentenced for his latest offences.
Venables and his friend Robert Thompson tortured and killed James in Liverpool in when they were both aged They were granted lifelong anonymity with new identities when they were freed on licence.
Jon Venables, who was just 10 when he tortured and murdered two-year-old James, was last week recalled to prison over the sick stash of pictures. But the murderer was also using a dating website that is popular with single mothers, sources say.
GTV The father and uncle of murdered toddler James Bulger have launched a legal challenge against an order made almost two decades ago which has allowed killer Jon Venables to live under a cloak of anonymity. Sir James Munby, the most senior family judge in England and Wales, was asked to deal with preliminary issues in the case which relates to an order originally granted in Two-year-old James Bulger was abducted and murdered in Merseyside in February Press Association The father and uncle are represented by solicitor-advocate Robin Makin, who told the judge he needed material relating to the proceedings dating back 18 or 19 years to prepare his case properly.
Sir James said he did not understand the relevance of that material to the application. Mr Makin said it was because the injunction was granted on the basis that Venables was rehabilitated and would not re-offend. The situation has changed as he has since been convicted on two separate occasions, most recently in February.
‘Surprise’ over public’s reaction to Bulger case
Click to playTap to play The video will start in 8Cancel Play now Get daily updates directly to your inbox Subscribe Thank you for subscribingWe have more newsletters Show me See our privacy notice Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email The harrowing story of the murder of James Bulger will be explored in a brand-new TV documentary tonight.
Two-year-old James, from Kirkby, Merseyside, was murdered nearly 25 years ago, after he was abducted, tortured and murdered by two ten-year-old boys, Robert Thompson and Jon Venables. Bulger was led away from the New Strand Shopping Centre in Bootle whilst his mother was distracted, before his body was found on a railway line two-and-a-half miles away, two days after his murder. In this documentary, key individuals involved in the trial are brought together for the first time in 25 years to debate whether justice was truly served, with the programme including excerpts from police interview tapes, footage from the time and interviews to examine the press, public and political influence on the prosecution of the case.
Read More James Bulger killer released from prison Harrowing CCTV footage showed the tiny toddler being led away by the two boys – who then walked him two and a half miles – where his body was found two days later on a railway line. The boys Venables and Thompson became the youngest convicted murderers in modern English history and were sentenced to eight years in custody until they reached
James Bulger murderer Jon Venables chillingly ‘used a dating site in search of single mothers’ while trawling the web for sick child-abuse pictures.
I doubt it will ever be safe to be let him out under another false identity. They should keep him locked up for a long time yet. Despite this, a spokesman for the Parole Board last night confirmed Venables was to be released. The date of his release has not been disclosed. On her Twitter page, Mrs Fergus said: Shortly after the first tweet, Mrs Fergus posted on her Twitter page: Murder a child equals 8 years give or take.
Have disgraceful child porn on ur pc equals 3 years. Venables and classmate Robert Thompson were ten when they abducted the two-year-old from a shopping centre in Bootle, Merseyside, in February , and tortured and murdered him. They were given life sentences for the crime, but released on licence in with new identities, to a huge public outcry. Police search the train track in Merseyside where the body of James Bulger was found in Dad and mum: On February 22 , there were violent scenes outside South Sefton Magistrates’ Court in Bootle, when the two primary school pupils, then known as Child A and Child B, made their first appearance Grieving: James’s father Mr Bulger right helped carry the coffin of his murdered son from a church in Kirkby, Merseyside, in March He was also arrested over a drunken brawl and for cocaine offences, but the then Justice Secretary Jack Straw allowed him to remain at large.
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Supplied ALL child murders are horrific but the James Bulger case is one that seems to stick in the mind more than most. Who can forget the CCTV image of Robert Thomson and Jon Venables leading the trusting two-year-old through a British shopping centre to his death, Venables clasping one tiny hand in his? The image that haunted the world:
Jan 25, · In his dating profile Venables, who pays a monthly subscription to the site, says he has a good sense of humour and loves music and football.
These are external links and will open in a new window Close share panel People who tweeted photos allegedly of child killer Jon Venables are being charged with contempt of court. It’s the latest in a long line of cases that suggest that ordinary social media users need to have a grasp of media law. Journalists from traditional media are used to going on courses and reading works like McNae’s Essential Law for Journalists.
Those regularly covering court may have another level of knowledge. But the final resort is always to the expert advice of a media lawyer. Here are some of the categories of law on which social media users in England and Wales are coming unstuck. Libel on Twitter Case: Lord McAlpine falsely accused Alleged offence: Libel A tweet is potentially libellous if it damages someone’s reputation ‘in the estimate of right thinking members of society’ What can and can’t you say on Twitter?
Cases against most tweeters dropped but action still being taken against Sally Bercow, wife of Commons speaker John Bercow In November, Conservative peer Lord McAlpine announced his intention to seek libel damages from Twitter users over incorrect and defamatory insinuations linking him to child sex abuse.
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James Bulger killer Jon Venables has removed his profile from a dating website after a Sunday Mirror probe discovered he was trawling the internet for love. We exclusively revealed last week how.
Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email Spice Girl Geri Horner has welcomed a new baby – and given him a very unique name. The singer and her husband Christian Horner announced the arrival of their first child together on Saturday morning and later revealed his Shakespeare-inspired moniker. Alongside an adorable black and white picture of his tiny foot, Geri wrote on Instagram: Read More Geri and husband Christian have welcomed their first child Image: Instagram The couple are the latest in a long list of celebs to give their children unique names.
After finding themselves at the centre of silly internet rumours they would name their newborn after a compass point, the proud parents decided it wasn’t such a bad idea, after all. North West is now three, and has been joined by little brother Saint. Splash News The Beckhams are also fans of stand-out names for their brood. They’ve got Brooklyn, Romeo and Cruz, and pulled out all the stops when they welcomed a daughter – naming her Harper Seven.
Seven is a lucky number and was also David’s number in the England football team. Michael explained the choice of name when he said: I say ‘You should blanket me or you should blanket her’, meaning like a blanket is a blessing. It’s a way of showing love and caring. Although Reese herself admitted that it was a “redneck” name, at least her son will have the best spelling skills in class.
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Monster Jon Venables, now 35, was arrested last week in a top secret police operation. Officials are understood to have found the stash of indecent material on his home computer during a routine visit early last week and swiftly alerted cops. And chillingly, the grim haul is thought to include “sickening” child abuse images similar to those that sparked his recall to jail in Just hours later Venables was taken under heavy guard to a maximum category A jail, which we cannot identify for legal reasons.
Click to playTap to play The video will start in 8Cancel Play now Get daily updates directly to your inbox Subscribe Thank you for subscribingSee our privacy notice Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email The Attorney General is investigating a possible legal breach amid claims the new identity of child killer Jon Venableswas revealed on social media. Venables and Robert Thompson were both 10 when they abducted, tortured and killed two-year old James Bulger in Identifying the killers anywhere in the world breaches an anonymity order put in place before their release from prison in A spokesman for the Attorney General’s office said: Breaking the injunction carries a punishment of up to two years in prison.
Venables has been sent back to prison twice since his release in He was sent back in and again earlier this month, in both cases for possessing indecent images of children. Read More Download our all-new mobile app to get the latest news, sport and what’s on. Click here for iPhone and here for Android Looking for an older story? Search our archives Search for jobs, motors and property, or place an advert or family notice here Like us on Facebook.