James Bulger's mother says she is 'in touching distance' of bringing one of son's killers to justice
The mother of James Bulger has said she is within ‘touching distance’ of bringing one of her son’s sadistic killers to justice.
Denise Fergus said she hoped that new laws being worked on by the Justice Secretary Dominic Raab would mean Jon Venables would never ‘see the light of day again’.
‘I don’t want him to ever see the light of day again. I don’t think he deserves to.’
This year will mark 30 years since James’ death in February 1993.
To mark the milestone, Mrs Fergus is re-releasing her autobiography with updated chapters to detail her ordeal and fight for justice to keep Venables in jail.
Talking about whether Mr Raab should intervene with Venables’ parole application, Mrs Fergus told the presenters: ‘I would like something to be put in place, which I think Dominic is going to work on.
‘I think he’s going to bring in new laws, and I’m hoping he does.
‘I’m hoping, what was said to us in that room, I’m sure he will carry it through because I trust him.’
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