Sobre O CASO BUlGUER:
Jon Venables- What went Wrong (full)-
James Bulger- Eyes Of The detective (full) -
James Bulger- A Mother’s History (full)-
James Bulger- A Father’s History (full)-
- The Sleep of Reason: The James Bulger Case - David James Smith
Friday, February 12 1993. Two outwardly unremarkable ten-year-old boys, Robert Thompson and Jon Venables, began their day playing truant and ended it running an errand for a local video shop. In between they abducted and killed the toddler James Bulger. The Sleep of Reason is the harrowing, sensitive, definitive account of this terrible crime and its consequences. In a new Preface (which considers the re-arrest of Jon Venables in February 2010) David James Smith writes: 'It is as true now as it was then that the murder has never really been explained and the motive for the crime remains a mystery. This book, the result of considerable research and a painstaking, sometimes distressing assembly of the facts, was my attempt to offer some insight and understanding.' 'Surprisingly evocative, even moving. . . immensely valuable.' Times 'Dramatic and disturbing.' Anita Brookner, Observer 'Compelling and compassionate.' Times Educational Supplement
Author: David James Smith
· Paperback: 264 pages
· Publisher: Faber and Faber (November 3, 2011)
· Language: English
· ISBN-10: 0571282709
· ISBN-13: 978-0571282708
- Every Mother`s Nightmare: the Murder of James Bulger - Mark Thomas
Abstract: More than almost any recent crime, the killing of two-year-old James Bulger shocked and horrified all those who witnessed its unfolding on security camera footage. The discovery that the killers were but boys themselves forced a national (and international) self-examination: what kind of society could breed such a monstrous act? Reporter Mark Thomas tells the story of this unthinkable crime and its aftermath. He asks the questions: How did it happen? and How can we make sure it will never happen again?
Author: Mark Thomas
Paperback: 304 pages
Publisher: Ibooks, Inc. (February 1, 2006)
- My James
A powerful, heartfelt and moving account of his son's murder and his fight for justice by Ralph Bulger
James Bulger was just a few weeks shy of his third birthday when, on 12 February 1993, he wandered away from his mum Denise in a shopping mall in Bootle. Grainy images from a security camera showed him trustingly holding the hand of ten-year-old Jon Venables as they walked away. Venables and his friend Robert Thompson murdered James, in a crime that shocked the world.
In this haunting book, James' father Ralph describes how his world fell apart in the days that followed. In his darkest hours he drank to numb the pain, and the stress tore his marriage apart. He tells how he learned to cope with his grief, but the sorrow of James' death has never left him. He discusses the long legal battle to see justice for his son, as he tried to prevent his killers being released early, and his continuing fight to see them behind bars where they can't hurt anyone else. Above all, he pays tribute to his son, an adorable, cheeky boy whose bright smile brought joy to his family's lives.
Author: Ralph Bulger / Rosie Dunn
Number of pages: 336
Rights summary: WELXUSCN
- Children Killing Children (The Murder of James Bulger) [Kindle Edition]
There is nothing worse than the act of murder. Child murder is the worst of the worst, but what happens when children kill children? It was the crime that shocked a nation. and had every parent fearing that their children were not safe anywhere. 2 year old James Bulger was kidnapped, tortured and killed by two ten year olds in Liverpool. This book is a full account of what happened on that day, the story and background of the two boys that did the crime, the arrest with full police interviews, the trial and early release. One of the killers got re arrested for child porn and is back in prison, the book covers his re arrest and what has become of him. A full, up to date account of The children who killed a child.
Author: J C S Butler
File Size: 146 KB
Print Length: 33 pages
Publisher: jbpress (February 18, 2012)
- Evil from Birth ( The Murderers of James Bulger)
The world watched in shock as the news broke of the death of baby James Bulger. Child murder is the worst of the worst but what set this case apart was it was pre planned and carried out by two ten year old boys. They set out to kidnap and murder a baby, and succeeded doing it in the most brutal and evil way. This book looks at the background of the boys and why they did what they did. The police interviws will shock you and the nation was in diselief when the murderers were let out in the youth only to re offend again. Were they born evil...you decide.
Author: John McCoist
Publication date: 8/20/2012
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
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