What happened to James Bulger, how was he murdered by killers Jon Venables and Robert Thompson and what did mum Denise Fergus say?

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TWO-year-old James Bulger was tortured and killed by schoolboys in a crime that rocked Britain. The tot was snatched from the Strand Shopping Centre in Bootle, Merseyside, on February 12, 1993 by Robert Thompson and Jon Venables. What happened to James Bulger? Robert Thompson and Jon Venables were only 10 years old when they became […]
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