The mother of murdered toddler James Bulger has said the young brothers who sadistically tortured two other boys should be named.
Denise Fergus, whose two-year-old son was killed by two 10-year-olds in 1993, said the brothers' parents should also be identified to show "justice has been done".
The siblings - aged 10 and 11 at the time of their attack - were locked up last week for at least five years for torturing and sexually humiliating the nine-year-old and 11-year-old boys in Edlington, South Yorkshire.
Writing in The Sun, Ms Fergus said: "These two boys should be named - and so should their parents. Unless they are fully identified, how can people be satisfied that justice has been done?"
She added: "The parents in particular should be named and shamed. They bear a lot of the blame for what their sons did.
"If they are not named, it means they have got away with it and that is completely wrong."
The young victims were strangled, hit with bricks, made to eat nettles, stripped and forced to sexually abuse each other.
It emerged during the court case that the elder attacker watched ultra-violent movies as part of a home life of "routine aggression, violence and chaos".
Ms Fergus wrote: "Boys like this who are so evil by the age of 10 and 11 will never be changed into decent people.
"In the children's homes they will just learn how to play the system with the anonymity and protection that they will be given for life."