James Bulger’s mum Denise Fergus blasted a Channel 5 documentary proven final night time concerning the murderers of her two-year-old son.

Within the programme, one of many killer schoolboys, Robert Thompson, stated “his life turned out higher than it might have” if he had not murdered the toddler.

The now 36-year-old’s sick boast got here as he apologised for murdering two-year-old James, as he tried to win his freedom.

Denise Fergus took to social media after the programme was aired final night time, tweeting: “I can truthfully say I am upset, fuming with the 1 sided sympathy with the evil killers of my stunning son who was solely 2 yrs previous after they kidnapped & murdered him.”

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The publish, which appeared alongside a household snapshot of Denise and James, was “favored” 1,800 occasions and re-tweeted greater than 360 occasions.

Thompson and Jon Venables have been simply 10 years previous after they tortured and murdered James within the heinous crime which shook Merseyside and the nation.

Jon Venables and Robert Thompson

The documentary, James Bulger: The New Revelations, allowed viewers to listen to, for the primary time, what Thompson stated to the parole board aged 18 when pleading for launch, and the way Venables was “haunted” by little James.

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The toddler was led away from his mum Denise whereas she was within the Strand buying centre in Bootle in February 1993.

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Harrowing CCTV footage confirmed little James being led away by two boys – who then walked him two and a half miles throughout town to the Leeds-Liverpool Canal.

James Bulger who was murdered in 1993
James Bulger who was murdered in 1993

James was discovered useless two days later, on railway tracks in Walton – he had suffered greater than 40 separate accidents.

The pair grew to become the youngest convicted murderers in fashionable English historical past and have been in custody till they reached 18. They have been then launched below new identities and on a lifelong licence in June 2001.


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