By: Deborah Orr | Society did right by James Bulger’s killers | Deborah Orr | Neuroscience | The Guardian
They were Child A and Child B. The public weren’t told the names of the boys, Robert Thompson and Jon Venables, until they had been found guilty of the murder of two-year-old James Bulger in 1993. The decision by the judge to reveal the identities of the pair was controversial, causing complications and difficulties that were outlined by Sir David Omand in his 2010 review of the probation service’s handling of the case.
Liberals like to believe in the perfection of the newborn human as much as Christians do