I think it's kind of bizarre, not to mention ironic, that Christians' "The Potter Box Model of Reasoning" contains a few considerable errors. He identifies the killers as Robert Thompson (correct) and Jan Venables (incorrect--its Jon). Even more surprising, he repeatedly says the victim's name is Jason Bulger-- it's James Bulger. I found this particularly odd based on the subject matter. Within the same article, Christians notes that the Potter Box "Insists that we always treat the specifics very carefully" (p. 9).
Was this done on purpose? Am I missing something?
Here's a link to the Guardian's collected materials on the murder, which use the (presumably) correct names: http://www.theguardian.com/uk/bulger