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But the murderer was also using a dating website that is popular with single mothers, sources say. He's been warned repeatedly but thinks he's untouchable,' a source told the Daily Star Sunday.'He has had secret identities, costing ridiculous amounts of money and all at the cost of the taxpayer, and thinks he will continue to be protected.He is now back behind bars after more abuse images with discovered on his computer.Jon Venables was first released from prison in 2001, at the age of 18, and given a new identity to protect him from the risk of vigilante attacks - but he has been returned to jail twi At the time, a psychiatrist ruled that he did not pose a danger to the public and was extremely unlikely to commit any further offences.

They also poured paint into his eyes, stoned him and hit him with bricks before leaving him on a railway line to be hit a train.

James Bulger's twisted killer was also using online dating websites in search of single mothers while amassing a haul of child-abuse images, it has been revealed.

Jon Venables, who was just 10 when he tortured and murdered two-year-old James, was last week recalled to prison over the sick stash of pictures.

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They also poured paint into his eyes, stoned him and hit him with bricks before leaving him on a railway line to be hit a train.James Bulger's twisted killer was also using online dating websites in search of single mothers while amassing a haul of child-abuse images, it has been revealed.Jon Venables, who was just 10 when he tortured and murdered two-year-old James, was last week recalled to prison over the sick stash of pictures.Votre contribution unique à ce projet exceptionnel : cliquez ici.The company estimates that a third of new relationships now arise from the internet.Chiffre obtenu par l’extrapolation des résultats d’une étude Ipsos, réalisée du 16 décembre 2014 au 28 janvier 2015, sur 14000 personnes résidant en Europe (France, Royaume-Unis, Allemagne, Pays-Bas, Italie, Espagne et Suède) âgées de 18 à 75 ans, à la population totale de cette tranche d’âge (Source Eurostat 2013).