Catherine and Curtis

Catherine (born in 1985) and Curtis (born in 1986) Jones did not have an easy childhood. Their mother left when they were just 3 and 4 years old, due to abuse by their father. Sadly their mother, Stacy Parks, could not take the young kids with her. In 1989 a family member moved into the home with the kids and their father. This family member had already served six years for raping a 14-year-old. Over the course of the next few years, Catherine and Curtis were molested by this family member many times. No one believed the two besides each other. State investigators admitted to finding signs of physical and sexual abuse but nothing was ever done and the two were left in that home. 

Catherine and Curtis at this point had decided to make a kill list of who was abusing them, the list included the family member, their father, his girlfriend (Nicole Speights), and a teacher’s assistant at the school they attended. 

On January 6, 1999, Speights was sitting at the kitchen table doing a puzzle and the kids’ father had left. Curtis took their father’s 9mm semi-automatic gun and shot Speights in the chest numerous times. Immediately after killing her, they tried to clean up the mess and quickly realized they could not. So then they fled to a friend’s house whose parents called the police and the siblings fled to a wooded area. The two were found the next day by police. They claimed the killing had been an accident but shortly after being interviewed they admitted to planning it. It was not till several years later that they had admitted to the plan to kill the others, along with that Catherine said that she does not know why they killed Speights and they should have killed the family member. They were sentenced to 18 years in prison and life-long probation.

Sources

https://www.wtsp.com/article/news/local/documents-unveil-history-of-abuse-for-young-brevard-killers/236282393

https://www.leifertlaw.com/blog/questionably-imprisoned-for-murder-at-ages-12-and-13-brother-and-sister-now-set-to-leave-prison-18-years-later/

https://www.floridatoday.com/story/news/local/2015/01/12/documents-unveil-history–abuse–young-brevard-killers/21646415/

10-Year-Old Kiaya Campbell

On Wednesday, June 7, 2017, 10-year-old Kiaya Campbell and 15-year-old Aidan Zellmer went to a shopping center around 7 p.m. The two were step-siblings as Kaiya’s father and Aidan’s mother were in a relationship.
At around 11:50 p.m. Thornton Police officers head over to Kaiya’s father’s house after Aidan’s mother had reported the two missing. Zellmer was picked up on the side of the road by his father without Campbell. When Zellmer was questioned by police he stated that the two went to steal pokemon cards, then went to a second store and then it had started to rain, they then decided to try and wait out the rain in the store, and on the way home had been separated in the rainstorm after they had gotten in an argument as to whether or not they should continue to wait out the rain and walk home.
Throughout the night and into the morning of June 8th police continued to search for the young girl. At 1:37 p.m. an amber alert was released in regards to Kiaya. At around 5:30 p.m. a resident finds her body and the amber alert was withdrawn. On June 9th her death was deemed a homicide by forensic analysis. She had been struck in the head five times with a metal pipe, sexually assaulted, and left in a ditch to die. When Zellmer heard the news during his interview he began to sob uncontrollably. When his clothes and shoes were taken for examination Campbell’s blood was found on them.
On June 10th Zellmer was arrested for investigation of first-degree murder. On February 1st, 2019 Zellmer pleads guilty to first-degree murder in adult court. On March 11 Zellmer was sentenced to life in prison with a chance of parole.

Sources

https://www.thedenverchannel.com/news/local-news/teen-who-pleaded-guilty-to-murdering-kiaya-campbell-10-sentenced-to-life-in-prison

https://people.com/crime/colorado-girl-beaten-to-death-with-metal-pipe-teen-gets-life-in-prison/

Westside School Shooting

Andrew Golden (11) and Mitchell Johnson (13) were behind one of the most devastating school shootings in history. On the morning of March 24, 1998, the boys stole a van from the Johnson family and filled it with clothes, food, and camping equipment, and then stole guns from Golden’s father and grandfather. Later in the afternoon Golden asked to use the restroom during class time and pulled the fire alarm. Then he joined Johnson in a field adjacent to the school. Once all students and teachers were evacuated the boys openly fired on the crowd. They injured 12 and killed 5, a teacher, and 4 students.

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According to people who knew the boys, they were not close. Johnson lived with his mother and stepfather after his father and mother had a huge falling out. Students reported that Johnson had an obsession with gangs, drugs, and guns. In the same year as the shooting, he had been assigned to in-school suspension three times and was charged with molesting a three-year-old. Golden on the other hand showed no obvious behavior problems, he was described as well-mannered. He was close to his family and had learned to shoot guns, well enough that he had won marksmanship awards. The boys only knew each other through riding the bus together, almost no one ever saw them together. What is known is that they had been planning this for almost a month.
The boys were caught quickly after the shooting took place. Johnson pleaded guilty to all charges and Golden was found guilty of all charges. The boys could not be charged as adults. After the convictions, both boys were placed in the Department of Youth Services, and even though they could not be charged as adults the judge did add extra time so they were scheduled to be released on their 21st birthdays, 2005 for Johnson and 2007 for Golden.
After being released Johnson was arrested for drug, theft, and weapon crimes. In July of 2015, he was released into the custody of the U.S. Probation Office for the Southern District of Texas and placed in a drug rehabilitation program. Golden changed his name and has not been heard of since his request for a concealed carry was denied. On July 27, 2019 he did in a car accident.

Sources

https://www.history.com/this-day-in-history/a-school-shooting-in-jonesboro-arkansas-kills-five

https://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/arkansas-school-shooter-who-killed-five-1998-dies-head-car-n1035606

Summer Camp

One summer morning Doreen Robie decided to let her 4-year-old son walk to camp alone because it was at the end of their cul de sac and she was dealing with her 18-month-old son. Doreen normally walked him to camp but because she had a bay to deal with and they were already late so she let him walk alone.
Eric Smith had been sent home from camp early on August 2nd, 1993 for bad behavior, so he was riding his bike back home, as Eric was heading home 4-year-old Derrick Robie was heading to camp. Eric then lured Derrick into a nearby wooded area, strangled him, dropped a large rock on his head, undressed him, and sodomized him with a tree limb. Derrick died of blunt force trauma and asphyxiation.
Doreen went to pick up Derrick at 11 am and when she was told he had not been there all day she quickly called the police. After 4 hours of searching, his body was found very close to the camp.
When police questioned Eric he said that he had seen him walking, he was the only one to have seen Derrick. But Eric’s story did not make sense because where he said he was he would not have been able to see Derrick at all, soon after police began to feel uneasy about Eric’s story.
On August 8th Eric confessed to his mother that he had killed Derrick. Later that night his parents informed law enforcement.
During his hearing, Eric stated that he was bullied at school and beaten by his dad along with his sister and so he took his anger out on Derrick. Eric was sentenced on August 16 to 9 years minimum because he was a juvenile. He has been denied parole 10 times, most recently in his January 2020 hearing. He is currently incarcerated at the Woodbourne Correctional Facility.

Sources

https://buffalonews.com/news/teen-will-serve-nine-years-to-life-for-killing-boy-eric-smith-14-sentenced-in/article_2fec6406-41c5-52ec-bae4-50181e225300.html

https://www.cbsnews.com/news/why-did-eric-kill-10-12-2004/

A Tale of Two Sisters

For privacy purposes put in place by Canada’s youth criminal protection act, all names are changed because the murderers were underage. The names come from a book written by Bob Mitchell about the case.
Linda Anderson was a single mother of two girls, Sandra (16) and Beth (15), she worked two jobs to support them and struggled with her drinking and with depression. The family struggled financially and the girls weren’t happy about it. On January 18, 2003, at around 10 pm police received a frantic phone call from Sandra stating that their mother had drowned in the tub while the girls were out with friends. The operator told the girls to give their mother CPR but the girls did not want to touch her, the operator then asked the girls to take her out of the tub but again the girls did not want to touch her. By the time police arrived, it was too late and she was pronounced dead at the scene. The coroner found alcohol and codeine in her system, but the drowning was the final cause of death. At the funeral friends of Linda’s noticed the girls laughing/giggling at the open casket of their mother. In November of 2003, a male friend of Sandra’s went into the police station and said that the girls had admitted to killing their mother.
The police asked the friend to wear a wire to catch the girl’s confessions. Over the following two months he met with Sandra and Beth and got them to talk all the while police were listening intently. Both girls admitted to planning it with their friends and acting it out.
On the morning of January 21st, 2004 a swarm of police picked up Sandra, Beth, and as many of their friends they thought was involved in the murder. The police got warrants for cell phones, laptops, and anything else that might have evidence on it. The girls were interviewed for hours in separate rooms. Sandra confessed but Beth kept quiet. On one of the girls’ laptops, they found a chat with Sandra, Beth, and their friends where the girls stated they would drown their mother after getting her drunk and giving her Tylenol to make it easier, then meet their friends at a restaurant and “discover” that their mother had drowned. On the laptop they found web pages dealing with the effects of alcohol and Tylenol 3, and a document regarding the physiological effects of drowning. In some of the chats, they found the reason for the murder, to get insurance money and travel.
In November of 2005, the girls were sentenced to 10 years. They were released early on good behavior and were put into halfway houses to continue their education. Sandra became an engineer and Beth is now a lawyer.

Sources

https://torontosun.com/news/local-news/bathtub-girls-younger-of-two-sisters-who-killed-mom-in-2003-now-an-articling-student-for-toronto-criminal-lawyer

Why are Violent Children Violent?

For the most part, we can all agree that kids do as they are taught. This is why we discipline children, put them in school, and give them role models. Today I interviewed Jade Marissa, a kindergarten reading and ELD specialist who is going to school for child psychology. The first question I asked does childhood affect adulthood? she said, “to some aspect, it molds who you are, there are environmental factors, but it can be reversed”. She continues to talk about how kids that are underprivileged and neglected are going to have more intense effects than kids who aren’t. Through researching kids who have committed murder it is obvious that kids raised in more violent homes reflect that with their actions such as acting out in school and at home. I asked her then how does society affect children she said “society does have a huge impact on child development. Children in their adolescence become more intrigued with the world…opinions of others greatly affect the way a child will behave…this impacts their views on themselves and the world. Though I do not feel that sheltering a child from the world is a way to bring them up, because even the negatives in the world can positively impact a child.” 

Sometimes it is questioned whether or not people can just be born evil and I have always wondered if we are just born with a preconceived personality. I asked if genetics play a role in the behaviors of a child and she stated, “Yes, I do feel they play a role but not as much as environmental factors. I don’t believe a child is genetically born violent, environmental factors cause an influence such as neglect and a misunderstanding of self, along with lack of love and guidance causes violent behaviors.” When I researched the Robert Thompson and Jon Venables case, the boys had different backgrounds yet they both committed the murder. As Jade states environmental factors play a big role, both boys experienced some form of neglect in the household and they reacted poorly to this. 

In recent years getting therapy and emotional support has been more normalised to help people with what they are struggling with especially during childhood. So, after that I asked what can be done to reverse the effects of this violence to which she responded, “When we start to step back and analyze why the violent behavior is happening and not what the violence is, I feel like that would help a child tremendously with a child who is showing violent signs, children are understanding themselves well into adulthood and labeling them as violent does more harm than good, we should be implementing more therapy/counseling into children’s lives, especially when they show signs of violence.” I think that in many cases if children were helped for lashing out instead of punished we wouldn’t see as many kids who have committed murder. I asked what do you think would make a child want to kill someone, she said, “I believe if there is a child who wants to commit murder it stems from them being neglected, whether it be physically or emotionally. Being emotionally neglected plays a bigger role because they don’t really have any attachment to people so getting rid of someone or something doesn’t seem wrong in their eyes, but with the right help and care it can be reversed.” I feel as though most of my assumptions that children who are raised in violent homes, are neglected, and who don’t receive the correct form of help are more likely to emit violent tendencies. 

Alyssa Bustamante and the Murder of Elizabeth Olten

Alyssa Bustamante and her three siblings were under the custody of her grandparents because her mother had a drug addiction and her father was in prison for assault charges. Alyssa was a very troubled girl. She had attempted suicide a few times, regularly self-harmed, and on her youtube profile listed “cutting” and “murder” as her hobbies.

On October 21, 2009, in Saint Martins Missouri, 6-year-old Emma and 9-year-old Elizabeth went outside to play and Elizabeth was told by her mother to be home by 6 p.m. When her daughter did not come home on time Patty (her mother) called Emma’s grandmother (Karen) to ask about the girls’ whereabouts, the grandmother stated that she had not seen Elizabeth at the house all evening. Patty then called the police and the police were on the scene in 15 minutes and started to conduct a search with the local police department and other members of the community. The police tracked her phone and found that the phone was in the wooded area near the family’s home. This search then included a dive team for the local pond, helicopters, and search and rescue dogs. The police then started to find the neighboring children’s whereabouts at the time of Elizabeth’s disappearance. They then interviewed Alyssa Bustamante, Emma’s older sister, she seemed very calm so she was not a suspect at this point. During the time of the interview, some locals searching for Elizabeth found a shallow grave. Detectives brought Alyssa there and she said she had dug it because she likes to dig holes and would bury dead animals. While Elizabeth’s body was not in the hole they still got a warrant to search Alyssa’s home. While searching her room the detective noted that there were many disturbing things on her wall, such as poems and writing about self-harm and writing in blood. There they found Alyssa’s diary where the entry from the day Elizabeth died had been scratched out. The next morning they brought Alyssa to FBI headquarters to be interviewed and then they were able to make out the words “slit” and “throat” with a blue light on her diary. When the detectives tell Alyssa they can read the entry she starts to fold. She said that Elizabeth fell and hit her head, but the detectives tell her an autopsy will reveal how she died. Once Alyssa’s grandmother left the interrogation room Alyssa came clean. She says that she got her little sister Emma to go over and get Elizabeth then sent Emma home. She says she then led Elizabeth into the woods. From there Alyssa strangled, stabbed, and slit the little girl’s throat. After the confession, she took the detectives to where she buried the girl in a very shallow grave that she had dug 5 days before the murder. 

Two years and four months later the trial date was set. Then the defense files a motion to get her confession thrown out because she was a minor and the interrogation was done wrong and the judge allows it. Then the U.S. Supreme Court is about to rule out life sentences without the possibility of parole for minors so the prosecution has to set up a plea deal, a range of 10 to 30 years in prison without parole. This led Alyssa to plead guilty. She was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole for murder and 30 years for the armed criminal action conviction. 

Some things that I have noted about the case was that she dug two holes prior to murdering Elizabeth, so who was the other one for? Another is that everyone in her life said she was a normal happy teen but her mental health, room, and internet status all say something else. 

Sources

https://caselaw.findlaw.com/mo-court-of-appeals/1714396.html

https://truecrimedaily.com/2017/03/20/diary-of-a-thrill-kill-missouri-teen-alyssa-bustamante-murders-neighbor-girl-records-event-in-journal/

A Neo-Nazi Mudered by His Son

An American Nazi, Jeff Hall, was murdered by his 10-year-old son, Joseph Hall, in Riverside California with his own gun at 4 am. 

Joseph’s home life was anything but good. His parents divorced when he was young, taking him through a long custody battle. His father regularly beat him and his only real paternal figure was his step-mother he called mom. CPS had been called to his home a total of 23 times starting when he was just an infant. Sadly, no abuse could be substantiated. Throughout school, Joseph had many behavioral issues which resulted in him having to go to nine schools and ultimately being homeschooled by the age of 10. At home, Joseph also got into a lot of trouble. He hit his step-mother and sisters often. Joseph also had developmental disabilities such as attention deficit hyperactive disorder and low average intelligence. Jeff Hall, his father, was part of the Nationalist Social Movement, a neo-Nazi organization. He taught his son how to “patrol” the Mexican-American border and to operate guns at a young age. 

Joseph stated that the day before the murder Jeff had threatened to remove all smoke detectors and burn the house down. Prior to this Jeff had been having an affair that Joseph knew about. Joseph stated that his motivation for killing his father stemmed from watching Law and Order: SVU where a boy kills his abusive step-father and receives no punishment. On May 1, 2011, at 4 am Joseph grabbed the .357 revolver from a shelf in the closet (already loaded) and shot his father in the ear. Joseph said he wanted the abuse to stop and that he hoped his dad was going to learn a lesson and later they could reconcile. Krista, the boy’s step-mother, called the police. The detectives stated that the house was filled with thrash and smelled of urine.

Joseph’s interrogation was a long line of him stating that he thought his father wouldn’t die, that he did it because Jeff was abusing Krista and himself, and 

Joseph was convicted in 2013 of second-degree murder and will be 23 when he is released. He will be up for parole when he is 20

Sources

https://www.gq.com/story/joseph-hall-murders-neo-nazi-father-story

Robert Thompson and Jon Venables

On February 12th, 1993, two ten year old’s, Robert Thompson and Jon Venables, kidnapped, tortured, and killed two-year-old James Patrick Bulger in Liverpool England. This is one of the saddest and most devastating stories I have ever heard.
James has been described as a boy who was full of energy and love from the moment he woke up to when he went to sleep.
On february 12th Robert and Jon skipped school and went to the shopping center to steal things as they did per usual. About an hour before they successfully kidnapped James they had attempted to kidnap another boy. Although this mother was able to stop it from happening.
On the day of the abduction Denise (James’ mother), James, her brother’s fiance, and her daughter went to the Strand Shopping Center. After shopping around for a while they went to a butcher shop to get meat for dinner at 3:40 pm. While paying Denise let go of her son’s hand and within seconds James was gone.
Immediately Denise began to search for him. When she realized she could not find him she went over to the information desk to give them James’ information, at 4:15 there was a call put out for him over the speakers in hopes that someone had seen him. Security guards and police then began to look around the entire shopping center for James. The police then started to look in surrounding streets and neighborhoods. There ended up being helicopters, traffic patrols, over 100 officers, friends, and family members looking for James.
Twenty-four hours after James was abducted they were able to look through the shopping center’s security footage. In this footage they found James leaving the center with Robert and Jon. At this point, everyone was relieved because no one believed boys that young would have such malicious intentions. The footage along with a statement from Denise was released to the public in hopes the public knew anything.
Two days later thirteen-year-olds Terrance and James Riley were walking past the train tracks two and a half miles from the shopping center where they found James’ mutilated body. Immediately the boys went straight to the police in hysterics.
A few days later the police got a call from a woman who said that the boys in the footage were Jon Venable and Robert Thompson who had skipped school that day. The police did not believe it was them because they were so young but they questioned them anyway just to rule them out as suspects.
Two separate detective teams went to each of the boys’ houses to question them. During questioning, both boys started to freak out. Both boys were arrested that day.
The boys were sent to different police stations where they were interviewed multiple times for three days. Both boys denied everything. Robert was the first to admit they had abducted and murdered James, but he blamed it on Jon and said he was just a bystander. Once Jon found out that Robert had admitted to it he started to cry. When his parents calmed him down he also admitted to it, but he blamed it all on Robert.
Police were able to piece together the timeline with witness statements and forensics. After the boys had successfully taken James they brought him outside where they attempted to push him in front of a car to kill him, when that did not work they brought him to a nearby canal where they made him lean over in an attempt to get him to fall in and drown. When that did not work the boys began to kick and hit James. They then took him to the train tracks. On the way to the train track, James was bleeding and crying while the boys continued to beat him. Thirty-eight official witnesses said they saw the three boys on their way to the tracks, yet no one helped. Once at the tracks the boys tortured and beat two-year-old James. Due to the extent of the injuries, forensic analysts were not able to tell which was the fatal blow that killed him. Once the boys were done they laid James’ body on the tracks and waited for a train to make it look like an accident.
On November 24th, 1993 Jon Venables and Robert Thompson were convicted to eight years. After that, they were to be released with new identities. Due to public rage, the boys were re-sentenced to ten years.
At this point, most people are wondering why the boys did it and while we may never have the actual answer their childhoods can be partly to blame.
Robert Thompson was the fifth of seven children, to an alcoholic abusive mother and an absent father who before leaving abused their mother in front of the children. All of the seven kids were trouble makers. Robert constantly skipped school. He was then held back a grade.
Jon Venables was the second of three children, to an alcoholic mother and absent father. Both of his siblings were special needs. Jon constantly lashed out at school and home. Due to this he was held back and then transferred to the school Robert went to.
The boys then began to bond over similar home lives, skip school, and steal.
Today the boys are not allowed to have any form of contact, they each have new identities, and are at very different spots in life.
The last time we heard from Robert he had been found in a stable relationship with his boyfriend. Jon on the other hand had been sent back to jail in 2010 and again in 2017 (where he is currently being held), both times had been for possession of indecent pictures of children.

Sources

https://www.crimeandinvestigation.co.uk/article/born-evil-what-drove-james-bulgers-underage-killers

https://www.theguardian.com/uk/2000/nov/01/bulger.familyandrelationships

Robert Thompson and Jon Venables

On February 12th, 1993, two ten year old’s, Robert Thompson and Jon Venables, kidnapped, tortured, and killed two-year-old James Patrick Bulger in Liverpool England. This is one of the saddest and most devastating stories I have ever heard.
James has been described as a boy who was full of energy and love from the moment he woke up to when he went to sleep.
On february 12th Robert and Jon skipped school and went to the shopping center to steal things as they did per usual. About an hour before they successfully kidnapped James they had attempted to kidnap another boy. Although this mother was able to stop it from happening.
On the day of the abduction Denise (James’ mother), James, her brother’s fiance, and her daughter went to the Strand Shopping Center. After shopping around for a while they went to a butcher shop to get meat for dinner at 3:40 pm. While paying Denise let go of her son’s hand and within seconds James was gone.
Immediately Denise began to search for him. When she realized she could not find him she went over to the information desk to give them James’ information, at 4:15 there was a call put out for him over the speakers in hopes that someone had seen him. Security guards and police then began to look around the entire shopping center for James. The police then started to look in surrounding streets and neighborhoods. There ended up being helicopters, traffic patrols, over 100 officers, friends, and family members looking for James.
Twenty-four hours after James was abducted they were able to look through the shopping center’s security footage. In this footage they found James leaving the center with Robert and Jon. At this point, everyone was relieved because no one believed boys that young would have such malicious intentions. The footage along with a statement from Denise was released to the public in hopes the public knew anything.
Two days later thirteen-year-olds Terrance and James Riley were walking past the train tracks two and a half miles from the shopping center where they found James’ mutilated body. Immediately the boys went straight to the police in hysterics.
A few days later the police got a call from a woman who said that the boys in the footage were Jon Venable and Robert Thompson who had skipped school that day. The police did not believe it was them because they were so young but they questioned them anyway just to rule them out as suspects.
Two separate detective teams went to each of the boys’ houses to question them. During questioning, both boys started to freak out. Both boys were arrested that day.
The boys were sent to different police stations where they were interviewed multiple times for three days. Both boys denied everything. Robert was the first to admit they had abducted and murdered James, but he blamed it on Jon and said he was just a bystander. Once Jon found out that Robert had admitted to it he started to cry. When his parents calmed him down he also admitted to it, but he blamed it all on Robert.
Police were able to piece together the timeline with witness statements and forensics. After the boys had successfully taken James they brought him outside where they attempted to push him in front of a car to kill him, when that did not work they brought him to a nearby canal where they made him lean over in an attempt to get him to fall in and drown. When that did not work the boys began to kick and hit James. They then took him to the train tracks. On the way to the train track, James was bleeding and crying while the boys continued to beat him. Thirty-eight official witnesses said they saw the three boys on their way to the tracks, yet no one helped. Once at the tracks the boys tortured and beat two-year-old James. Due to the extent of the injuries, forensic analysts were not able to tell which was the fatal blow that killed him. Once the boys were done they laid James’ body on the tracks and waited for a train to make it look like an accident.
On November 24th, 1993 Jon Venables and Robert Thompson were convicted to eight years. After that, they were to be released with new identities. Due to public rage, the boys were re-sentenced to ten years.
At this point, most people are wondering why the boys did it and while we may never have the actual answer their childhoods can be partly to blame.
Robert Thompson was the fifth of seven children, to an alcoholic abusive mother and an absent father who before leaving abused their mother in front of the children. All of the seven kids were trouble makers. Robert constantly skipped school. He was then held back a grade.
Jon Venables was the second of three children, to an alcoholic mother and absent father. Both of his siblings were special needs. Jon constantly lashed out at school and home. Due to this he was held back and then transferred to the school Robert went to.
The boys then began to bond over similar home lives, skip school, and steal.
Today the boys are not allowed to have any form of contact, they each have new identities, and are at very different spots in life.
The last time we heard from Robert he had been found in a stable relationship with his boyfriend. Jon on the other hand had been sent back to jail in 2010 and again in 2017 (where he is currently being held), both times had been for possession of indecent pictures of children.

Sources

https://www.crimeandinvestigation.co.uk/article/born-evil-what-drove-james-bulgers-underage-killers

https://www.theguardian.com/uk/2000/nov/01/bulger.familyandrelationships

https://www.unfortunatehistory.com/podcast/episode-4-the-murder-of-james-bulger/