The mother of murdered toddler James Bulger has urged a parole board not to release killer Jon Venables. Denise Fergus said he "remains a danger to society".
She addressed the parole board earlier today by videolink from Probation Service offices near her home in Merseyside.
Speaking afterwards Denise said:
"I still believe Venables is a danger to the public. He has proven that his rehabilitation didn't work by the offences he has committed since he murdered James.That's why I am here today, I want to do my best to keep him where he is."
Denise Fergus will speak via video link at Jon Venables parole hearing this morning, he was jailed on child pornography charges in 2010.
Denise has called for a re-examination of evidence omitted from the original 1993 trial which could suggest a sexual motive behind her son's killing.
She believes Venables should be in a psychiatric hospital and, if released should lose his anonymity.
James Bulger's mother will make a statement at the parole hearing of one of his killer's.
Denise Fergus will appear by videolink before Jon Venables' parole board. She's calling for them to re-examine whether there was a sexual element to James' killing.
Denise Fergus will later give a victim statement to a parole hearing for one of her son's killers, Jon Venables.
James Bulger's mother has previously said that she would do, "whatever it takes" to stop his killers release.
Earlier this year Mrs Fergus spoke to ITV Daybreak and said that even 20 years after her son's murder she still could not believe what happened to him.
The mother of murdered toddler James Bulger has said it is 'far too early' to release Jon Venables.
Venables and Robert Thompson were convicted of killing her son in Bootle in 1993.
He was recalled to prison after being found with indecent images of children in 2010 but is now applying for parole.
Denise Fergus has until January 20 to submit her objections to him being released.
James Bulger's mother is devastated that her son's murderer is appealing his jail sentence.
Denise Fergus has until the 20th of January to submit objections to Jon Venables being released from prison.
He killed the two year old almost twenty years ago.was jailed in 2010 after being caught with child abuse images.
it's just three weeks until the 20th anniversary of her son's murder.