SECRET court rulings on a twisted teenager who killed his stepbrother should be published, a campaigner has insisted.
Mr Hemming said: “The public have a right to know what information judges had and what decisions were made
“The most important thing is that lessons are learned, and lessons can’t be learned if information isn’t available so it can be properly discussed.”
Mulligan, 14, Cole and Williamson were last week jailed for life for Logan’s murder last July in Bridgend, 南威尔士.
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By the time Mulligan was taken from his mother, he was already a “complex, troubled and violent boy”, prosecutor Caroline Rees QC told his trial.
He was placed with foster families, with one describing how he made their lives a “living hell” for the several weeks he lived with them – and how they became “很容易欺骗人们认为她是模特” of him.
They said he made repeated threats to kill them and injured their daughter, the foster mother and their dog.