Jamie was in a shopping centre with his mother near Liverpool when he was abducted by two 10 year old boys, Jon Venables and Robert Thompson.
They had been planning to abduct a child and had tried to take a child earlier that day. The child's mother intervened.
Jamie was not as lucky.
The detail of Jamie Bulger’s murder is far too emotionally scarring to describe. The two year old boy experienced torture and a death that leaves people who know of it deeply struck with such shock that they will never forget.
James’ body was found severed on a railway track.
He was dead before the train hit him.
After being found guilty of the murder of Jamie, Venables and Thompson were sent to different prisons for eight years, in which time they were TREATED. They had playstations in their rooms, as well as £60 ‘’pocket money’’ a month.
That is triple what the average monthly pocket money is.
They were treated to trips out shopping. There was even at least one occasion when Venables was taken to Old Trafford to see Manchester United play a football match.
Both the men have now got new identities and it has been leaked that they currently have very big homes as well as being rather wealthy men. Some have even suggested that they currently both live in mansions in Australia.
WHY AM I DOING THIS PETITION?
I want to start a petition to remove the special treatment of these two men. It is unfair that they were able to do things that good honest people may never be able to do.
My goal is to receive as many signatures as possible so that I may take them to somebody in power, preferably send them to David Cameron, and at least try to make a difference.
I am Courtney Williams, if there is any questions please email me at email@example.com
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