Jon Venables the KILLER had sex with a children’s unit worker before his release?

Why is this coming out now? First he downloads child pornography and now he has sex with a children’s unit worker? Well, we all know that this kid is sick, however I would like to know your thoughts. Why was this story covered up?

Asked By: - 3/28/2011
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It is really time we quit treating kids that murder as simply a "mistake" that they will fix when they get older. Never ever give them the benefit of the doubt. As far as sex with a worker in prison, I don't see that as a big deal. He was 17 so magically when you turn 18 and do it, there is nothing wrong with it... More
Answered By: X-Democrat - 3/28/2011
Additional Answers (9)
I'm wondering why this is of any interest to anyone?
Answered By: Hugo - 3/28/2011
It is a disgrace, this boy should have kept in prison forever. These bloody kids beat poor James up and laid him across the railway tracks where is body was cut in half by a train.
Answered By: Element - 3/28/2011
It just goes to show the screening of workers within this type of environment is very flawed or doesn't go far enough. As for a cover up who knows how powerful these perverts networks are. And I totally agree with the sentiments of ' Element'
Answered By: ǝuoʎʞɔɐʍ - 3/28/2011
And....? A lot of people love serial killers. Famous killers like Ted Bundy are adored by millions
Answered By: Anonymous Guy - 3/28/2011
Who cares???
Answered By: Cass Adams - 3/28/2011
the worker is the sick one - this is now a criminal offence, having sex with a person 16-17 who is trusted to your care. At the time it might have been not illegal, but the person got sacked. Typical that Venables is being portrayed as the 'culprit' whereas he did nothing illegal in this particular circumstance.
Answered By: The Deighton - 3/28/2011
That is so disgusting.
Answered By: Richard Guenette - 3/28/2011
The lady in questions role was that of a mother figure,how disturbing is this.
Answered By: Patrick S - 3/28/2011
makes you wonder what kind of person this was, sick as he is if you ask me.
Answered By: pauline - 3/28/2011
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