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'He shouldn't have been allowed out'

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The Ministry of Justice has launched a review into the way Jon Venables was supervised after he had served eight years in custody for murdering James Bulger.

Venables has been jailed for two years for downloading and distributing indecent images of children.

Home affairs correspondent, Danny Shaw, summarises the court ruling.


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