Dr Maggie Atkinson, the Children's Commissioner is in the papers again. This time she has issued a public/private apology to Denise Fergus (the mother of murdered James Bulger) for describing his horrific death after torture as 'particularly unpleasant'. However, what exactly is the point she is trying to make? Two or three weeks in to the job, and she seems to be just spouting arrant nonsense. She claims that the two sadistic, feral pieces of sh1t who tortured and left James for dead were too young for trial in an adult court room. And as children should have been given theraputic hugging sessions or some such b0110cks instead of prison. I don't understand her arguement. Other than the trial bit, the two scummers got exactly what she is asking for. ie luxery accomodation, with all manner of services laid on. they ahve received 'education' regarding their 'particularly unpleasant' hideous act. They have even received taxpayers money to hide their true identities so that they never have to be scared or face up to their past acts. So other than the adult trial, what exactly is her beef? Genuine question. As reading the Times, Guardian, and a number of other papers, I can't make head nor tail of her hot air expuslion... Re the Adult trials of the two evil yobs, I have no problem with it. If they were scared, good. I thing that little James would have been too, the difference being, James was alone. The two scum that killed him had their parents, reletives and a number of legal types holding their hand during their 'trauma'. Confused of Perplexia. PS, her answer to a question in the Times Quickfire quiz is strange when compared to her stance on children and criminal procedings. Tough love or tender loving care? Tough love.