Bulger killer on dating site
He said: ‘The horrific nature of James’s murder should mean that his killers should remain under constant supervision and be unable to freely roam the internet.
They were jailed but released with new identities after serving eight years, without spending a day in an adult prison.
He was jailed again in 2010, this time serving two years after he admitted downloading and distributing child abuse material, and released in 2013.
The discovery of his dating profile has sparked concerns that women who use the same website, including young mums, could start contacting and possibly arrange to meet the killer while being oblivious to his previous convictions.
One of James Bulger’s killers has joined a dating website using a different name.
The Sunday Mirror revealed through an investigation that Jon Venables has joined a site under a new name, and will be able to connect with potential partners, giving them no indication of his past.