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It comes as the Daily Star reports that Venables claimed he was 'possessed by the devil' when he murdered James.He is said to have made the boast to prison guards while awaiting sentencing for child porn offences.They had been together 13 months.'One of Miss Hayes' ex-colleagues Gordon Campbell, 44, paid tribute to the mother saying he would always remember the sound of laughter when they worked together.Describing her as 'a little slip of a girl' with 'an absolute heart of gold', he added: 'She will be most definitely missed by everybody that knew her.'Yesterday a video emerged showing Miss Hayes in the shop where she was attacked, joking with colleagues.He told the Sunday Mirror the child killer said abducting and murdering the toddler was 'easy..like going to the shop'.The labourer added: 'The look on ­Venables' face as he laughed about the murder will stay with me forever.'He's got this mad face when he grins, the most evil little face you've ever seen.'That was enough for me – I didn't want to hear any more of that.'An 11-year-old Venables allegedly gloated about taking James from the New Strand Shopping Centre in Bootle, Merseyside in February 1993, saying: 'I done it easy'.

The content is supposed to have been based on the experience of the author with his own two daughters.'My heart is breaking for them more than anything.'Cassie lost her dad when she was young so it was just the three girls – her mum, sister and Cassie.'She added that despite their split the two women remained close and that she had promised her family she would look after her.'She was very funny and witty. She was literally the best thing that I could have had in my life.We were just best mates.' Writing earlier on Facebook she described the victim as 'my absolute world from the first moment we met'.Meanwhile, Heap's revelation comes a week after Venables was sent back to prison for being in possession of child pornography for the second time since his original release on licence in 2001.The Old Bailey heard the killer, who was given a new identity by the Home Office, hid his laptop with the disturbing images behind his bed.

The content is supposed to have been based on the experience of the author with his own two daughters.'My heart is breaking for them more than anything.'Cassie lost her dad when she was young so it was just the three girls – her mum, sister and Cassie.'She added that despite their split the two women remained close and that she had promised her family she would look after her.'She was very funny and witty. She was literally the best thing that I could have had in my life.We were just best mates.' Writing earlier on Facebook she described the victim as 'my absolute world from the first moment we met'.Meanwhile, Heap's revelation comes a week after Venables was sent back to prison for being in possession of child pornography for the second time since his original release on licence in 2001.The Old Bailey heard the killer, who was given a new identity by the Home Office, hid his laptop with the disturbing images behind his bed.James Heap, 39, of Birmingham, served time at the same Merseyside secure unit as Venables back in 1994.