Written by Monkey Woods
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Tuesday, 16 March 2010

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The identity of Jon Venables, the killer who was released from prison on licence and given anonimity to protect him from the public after murdering toddler James Bulger in 1993, has been discovered, it has been reported.

Venables, along with his sicko mate, Robert Thompson, killed little James on a railway track on Merseyside, but was released into the community to get on with his life.

Now however, the clown has breached his licence and has been carted back behind bars, and I can exclusively reveal his new identity to my readers, so that he can be properly "taken care of".

Venables, now 27, is around 6 feet tall with mousey brown hair and a spotty complexion. He dresses in jeans and T-shirts and speaks like a Scouser, although he sometimes tries to disguise this. He goes under the name of CENSORED BY EDITOR.

Anyone who spots the dangerous CENSORED BY EDITOR, who is obviously in jail at the moment, should act impulsively and without caution, and should afford him all the heirs and graces afforded little James all those years ago on that lonely railway track where he had been taken after being led away from his Mum when her attention was distracted whilst shopping in Bootle.

Anyone who manages to 'deal properly with' CENSORED BY EDITOR, will be eligible for a reward, and should contact their bank manager for it, taking CENSORED BY EDITOR's scalp with them.

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