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James Bulger's twisted killer was also using online dating websites in search of single mothers while amassing a haul of child-abuse images, it has been revealed.
Jon Venables, who was just 10 when he tortured and murdered two-year-old James, was last week recalled to prison over the sick stash of pictures.
Venables is now on suicide watch in a prison's sex offenders' wing following his arrest last week.
The killer and his friend Robert Thompson were only ten when they killed two-year-old James in 1993, after abducting him from a shopping centre in Bootle, Liverpool.
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But it warned that a quarter of those surfing the web for a partner, particularly men, were already in a relationship.
The Advertising Standards Board deemed the scene unnecessary, saying there is 'no requirement' for the woman to be holding the bat and agreed with complaints which claimed it suggests resorting to violence or an affair is acceptable.
Ashley Madison replied claiming they were pleased the board found no problem with online dating services being advertised in Australia and claimed they would remove the scene of the woman with the bat immediately.
But the murderer was also using a dating website that is popular with single mothers, sources say. He's been warned repeatedly but thinks he's untouchable,' a source told the Daily Star Sunday.
'He has had secret identities, costing ridiculous amounts of money and all at the cost of the taxpayer, and thinks he will continue to be protected.
They were jailed but released with new identities after serving eight years, without spending a day in an adult prison.
In 2010, however, it emerged Venables, 32, was back behind bars for breaking the conditions of his release by downloading and distributing more than 100 images of child abuse, some involving victims as young as two.