At one level the convictions of the child murderers Ian Huntley (December 2003) and Francisco Montes (June 2004) have allowed the British public to close the book on a traumatic chapter in the nation’s recent history, for two of the most reviled men of modern times have been safely locked away from the children they prey on. But underlying the sense of relief is a deeper fear. When, we wonder, will it happen again?
|Number of pages||7|
|Specialist publication||History Today|
|Publication status||Published - Jan 2005|