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moors murders: judge rules on ian brady body disposal


image copyrightpaimage caption ian brady died at ashworth hospital, a secure psychiatric unit on merseyside moors murderer ian brady's remains must be disposed of with "no music and no ceremony", a high court judge has ruled.two councils asked the judge to step in to ensure the disposal of the serial killer's body did not cause "offence and distress" to his victims' families.sir geoffrey vos said brady's executor had failed to make proper arrangements for disposal of his remains.brady died aged 79, on 15 may, but his remains have not yet been disposed of.brady and myra hindley, who died in prison in 2002, tortured and murdered five children in the 1960s.image copyrightpaimage caption keith bennett's body has never been found referring to brady's remains, sir geoffrey specifically banned th






ian brady, reviled 'moors murders' serial killer, dies without revealing final v


london — ian brady, a killer of five children whose role in the 1960s "moors murders" made him one of britain’s most reviled criminals, died monday. he was 79.        






'moors murderer' ian brady, reviled child-killer, dies at 79


london — ian brady, a killer of five children whose role in the 1960s "moors murders" made him one of britain's most reviled people, has died. he was 79.health officials say brady died monday at a high-security psychiatric hospital in northwestern england.brady and his girlfriend myra hindley were convicted in 1966 of the brutal murders of 10-year-old lesley ann downey and 17-year-old edward evans. brady was also found guilty of killing john kilbride, 12.the pair confessed in 1987 to murdering two more children, pauline reade, 16, and keith bennett, 12.the victims' bodies were buried on desolate saddleworth moor in northwestern england.bennett's grave has never been found, and for years brady ignored calls by the boy's family to reveal the location of his remains.hindley died in 2002.






moors murderer ian brady dies


image copyrightpaimage caption serial killer ian brady had been ill for some time moors murderer ian brady, who tortured and killed five children with myra hindley in crimes that shocked the nation, has died.brady was jailed for three murders in 1966 and later confessed to two more.the 79-year-old had been held at ashworth hospital, a secure psychiatric unit in merseyside, since 1985.brady and his lover hindley, who died in prison in 2002, buried four of their victims in graves on saddleworth moor, near oldham, greater manchester.a mersey care nhs foundation trust spokesman said: "we can confirm a 79-year-old patient in long-term care at ashworth high secure hospital has died after becoming physically unwell."brady, who was born in glasgow but later moved to manchester, was jailed at chest






moors murderer ian brady dies


media playback is unsupported on your devicemedia captiondaniel sandford looks back at the life of moors murderer ian bradymoors murderer ian brady, who tortured and killed five children with myra hindley in crimes that shocked the nation, has died.brady was jailed for three murders in 1966 and later confessed to two more.the 79-year-old had been held at ashworth hospital, a secure psychiatric unit in merseyside, since 1985.brady and his lover hindley, who died in prison in 2002, buried four of their victims in graves on saddleworth moor, near oldham, greater manchester.a mersey care nhs foundation trust spokesman said: "we can confirm a 79-year-old patient in long-term care at ashworth high secure hospital has died after becoming physically unwell."brady, who was born in glasgow but later






moors murderer ian brady dies


image copyrightpaimage caption serial killer ian brady had been ill for some time moors murderer ian brady, who killed five children with myra hindley, has died aged 79.a mersey care nhs foundation trust spokesman said: "we can confirm a 79-year-old patient in long term care at ashworth high secure hospital has died after becoming physically unwell."the serial killer was jailed for three murders in 1966.brady had been held at ashworth hospital, a secure psychiatric unit in merseyside, since 1985.notorious murderer who refused to show remorsehe had been on successive hunger strikes since 1999 arguing he should be allowed to die, but had been force-fed because he was considered mentally ill.brady campaigned for several years to be moved from ashworth to a scottish prison, where he would not






moors murderer ian brady dies


media playback is unsupported on your devicemedia captiondaniel sandford looks back at the life of moors murderer ian bradymoors murderer ian brady, who tortured and killed five children with myra hindley in crimes that shocked the nation, has died.the 79-year-old died at ashworth hospital, a secure psychiatric unit in merseyside where he had been detained since 1985.brady, who was jailed in 1966, buried four of his victims in graves on saddleworth moor, greater manchester.one victim's brother said brady's death would not end their "nightmare".a mersey care nhs foundation trust spokesman said: "we can confirm a 79-year-old patient in long-term care at ashworth high secure hospital has died after becoming physically unwell."brady, who was born in glasgow but later moved to manchester, was j






moors murderer ian brady 'gravely ill'


image copyrightpaimage caption brady was jailed for three murders in 1966 and has been at ashworth since 1985 moors murderer ian brady is gravely ill and receiving palliative care, the bbc understands.brady, who is 79, is being held at ashworth hospital, a secure psychiatric unit on merseyside.the serial killer has been ill for some time and is being looked after by specially-trained nurses.brady, who now uses the name ian stewart-brady, was jailed for three murders in 1966 and has been at ashworth since 1985.he has campaigned for several years to be moved from the secure unit to a scottish prison, where he would not be force-fed and be allowed to die if he wishes.the 79-year-old has been on successive hunger strikes since 1999 and has previously argued that he should be allowed to die, bu






moors murderer ian brady 'gravely ill'


image copyrightpaimage caption ian brady was jailed for three murders in 1966 and has been at ashworth since 1985 moors murderer ian brady is gravely ill and receiving palliative care, the bbc understands.brady, who is 79, is being held at ashworth hospital, a secure psychiatric unit on merseyside.the serial killer has been ill for some time and is being looked after by specially-trained nurses.brady, who now uses the name ian stewart-brady, was jailed for three murders in 1966 and has been at ashworth since 1985.he has campaigned for several years to be moved from the secure unit to a scottish prison, where he would not be force-fed and be allowed to die if he wishes.the 79-year-old has been on successive hunger strikes since 1999 and has previously argued that he should be allowed to die






moors murderer ian brady 'gravely ill'


image copyrightpaimage caption ian brady was jailed for three murders in 1966 and has been at ashworth since 1985 moors murderer ian brady is gravely ill and receiving palliative care, the bbc understands.brady, who is 79, is being held at ashworth hospital, a secure psychiatric unit on merseyside.the serial killer has been ill for some time and is being looked after by specially-trained nurses.brady, who now uses the name ian stewart-brady, was jailed for three murders in 1966 and has been at ashworth since 1985.he has campaigned for several years to be moved from the secure unit to a scottish prison, where he would not be force-fed and be allowed to die if he wishes.the 79-year-old has been on successive hunger strikes since 1999 and has previously argued that he should be allowed to die






moors murderer ian brady dies


image copyrightpaimage caption serial killer ian brady had been ill for some time moors murderer ian brady, who killed five children with myra hindley, has died aged 79.he had been held at ashworth hospital, a secure psychiatric unit in merseyside, since 1985.brady was jailed for three murders in 1966 and later confessed to two more.a mersey care nhs foundation trust spokesman said: "we can confirm a 79-year-old patient in long-term care at ashworth high secure hospital has died after becoming physically unwell."notorious murderer who refused to show remorsebrady, alongside hindley - who died in prison in 2002 - tortured and murdered five children in the 1960s in crimes that shocked the nation.four of the victims were buried on saddleworth moor, near oldham, greater manchester.image copyri






‘moors murderer’ ian brady, reviled child-killer, dies at 79, takes location of


ian brady, a killer of five children whose role in the 1960s “moors murders” made him one of britain’s most reviled criminals, died monday. he was 79.health officials said brady died at a high-security psychiatric hospital in northwestern england.no cause of death was immediately given. at a court hearing in february, lawyers said brady had been bedridden for the last couple of years and it was “fair to say” he was terminally ill, with emphysema among his ailments.brady and his girlfriend, myra hindley, were convicted and sentenced to life in 1966 for the vicious murders of 10-year-old lesley ann downey and 17-year-old edward evans. brady was also found guilty of killing john kilbride, 12.the pair confessed in 1987 to murdering two more children, pauline reade, 16, and keith bennett, 12.so






moors murderer ian brady's body released from mortuary


image copyrightpaimage caption ian brady tortured and killed five children with his lover myra hindley moors murderer ian brady's body has been released to his lawyer, a coroner has confirmed.the serial killer's corpse was under police guard while arrangements were made to transfer his remains to robin makin, the executor of his will. brady, who tortured and killed five children with lover myra hindley, was jailed in 1966. he died on monday.coroner christopher sumner had delayed the release until "assurances" about brady's funeral arrangements were made.my letters from the moors murdererthe killer who showed no remorsethe five victims of the moors murdersthe 79-year-old serial killer died at ashworth hospital, a secure psychiatric unit in merseyside.a sefton council spokesman confirmed a m






moors murderer ian brady's body released from mortuary


image copyrightpaimage caption ian brady tortured and killed five children with his lover myra hindley moors murderer ian brady's body has been released to his lawyer, a coroner has confirmed.the serial killer's corpse was under police guard while arrangements were made to transfer his remains to robin makin, the executor of his will. brady, who tortured and killed five children with lover myra hindley, was jailed in 1966. he died on monday.coroner christopher sumner had delayed the release until "assurances" about brady's funeral arrangements were made.my letters from the moors murdererthe killer who showed no remorsethe five victims of the moors murdersthe 79-year-old serial killer died at ashworth hospital, a secure psychiatric unit in merseyside.a sefton council spokesman confirmed a m






ian brady death: 'lost chance' to find keith bennett's body


media playback is unsupported on your devicemedia captiondaniel sandford looks back at the revulsion caused by brady's crimesthe brother of moors murders victim keith bennett feels he has lost the opportunity to find his remains, the family's solicitor has said.alan bennett told john ainley he felt no sense of celebration following the death of ian brady on monday.brady, 79, tortured and killed five children with myra hindley.but he never revealed where keith's remains were buried, though keith's mother winnie johnson, who died in 2012, had begged brady to do so. writing on facebook, alan bennett, who runs a website, searching for keith, in a continuing attempt to locate his brother's body, said: "we will carry on doing whatever we can to bring keith home". he said support from well-wisher






ian brady death: 'lost chance' to find keith bennett's body


media playback is unsupported on your devicemedia captiondaniel sandford looks back at the revulsion caused by brady's crimesthe brother of moors murders victim keith bennett feels he has lost the opportunity to find his remains, the family's solicitor has said.alan bennett told john ainley he felt no sense of celebration following the death of ian brady on monday.brady, 79, tortured and killed five children with myra hindley.but he never revealed where keith's remains were buried, though keith's mother winnie johnson, who died in 2012, had begged brady to do so. writing on facebook, alan bennett, who runs a website, searching for keith, in a continuing attempt to locate his brother's body, said: "we will carry on doing whatever we can to bring keith home". he said support from well-wisher






moors murderer ian brady dies


media playback is unsupported on your devicemedia captiondaniel sandford looks back at the revulsion caused by brady's crimesmoors murderer ian brady, who tortured and killed five children with myra hindley in crimes that shocked the nation, has died.the 79-year-old died at ashworth hospital, a secure psychiatric unit in merseyside where he had been detained since 1985.brady, who was jailed in 1966, buried four of his victims in graves on saddleworth moor, greater manchester.one victim's brother said brady's death would not end their "nightmare".a mersey care nhs foundation trust spokesman said brady had died at 18:03 bst on monday.brady, who was born in glasgow but later moved to manchester, was jailed at chester assizes 51 years ago for the murders of 12-year-old john kilbride, lesley an






moors murderer ian brady dies


image copyrightpaimage caption serial killer ian brady had been ill for some time moors murderer ian brady, who killed five children with myra hindley, has died aged 79.he had been held at ashworth hospital, a secure psychiatric unit in merseyside, since 1985.brady was jailed for three murders in 1966 and later confessed to two more.a mersey care nhs foundation trust spokesman said: "we can confirm a 79-year-old patient in long-term care at ashworth high secure hospital has died after becoming physically unwell."notorious murderer who refused to show remorsebrady, alongside hindley - who died in prison in 2002 - tortured and murdered five children in the 1960s in crimes that shocked the nation.four of the victims were buried on saddleworth moor, near oldham, greater manchester.brady was ja






moors murderer ian brady dies


media playback is unsupported on your devicemedia captiondaniel sandford looks back at the revulsion caused by brady's crimesmoors murderer ian brady, who tortured and killed five children with myra hindley in crimes that shocked the nation, has died.the 79-year-old died at ashworth hospital, a secure psychiatric unit in merseyside where he had been detained since 1985.brady, who was jailed in 1966, buried four of his victims in graves on saddleworth moor, greater manchester.one victim's brother said brady's death would not end their "nightmare".a mersey care nhs foundation trust spokesman said brady had died at 18:03 bst on monday.body never foundbrady, who was born in glasgow but later moved to manchester, was jailed at chester assizes 51 years ago for the murders of 12-year-old john kil






moors murderer ian brady dies


media playback is unsupported on your devicemedia captiondaniel sandford looks back at the revulsion caused by brady's crimesmoors murderer ian brady, who tortured and killed five children with myra hindley in crimes that shocked the nation, has died.the 79-year-old died at ashworth hospital, a secure psychiatric unit in merseyside where he had been detained since 1985.brady, who was jailed in 1966, buried four of his victims in graves on saddleworth moor, greater manchester.one victim's brother said brady's death would not end their "nightmare".a mersey care nhs foundation trust spokesman said brady had died at 18:03 bst on monday.body never foundbrady, who was born in glasgow but later moved to manchester, was jailed at chester assizes 51 years ago for the murders of 12-year-old john kil






moors murderer ian brady dies


media playback is unsupported on your devicemedia captiondaniel sandford looks back at the revulsion caused by brady's crimesmoors murderer ian brady, who tortured and killed five children with myra hindley in crimes that shocked the nation, has died.the 79-year-old died at ashworth hospital, a secure psychiatric unit in merseyside where he had been detained since 1985.brady, who was jailed in 1966, buried four of his victims in graves on saddleworth moor, greater manchester.one victim's brother said brady's death would not end their "nightmare".a mersey care nhs foundation trust spokesman said brady had died at 18:03 bst on monday.brady, who was born in glasgow but later moved to manchester, was jailed at chester assizes 51 years ago for the murders of john kilbride, aged 12, lesley ann d






moors murderer ian brady dies


media playback is unsupported on your devicemedia captiondaniel sandford looks back at the revulsion caused by brady's crimesmoors murderer ian brady, who tortured and killed five children with myra hindley in crimes that shocked the nation, has died.the 79-year-old died at ashworth hospital, a secure psychiatric unit in merseyside where he had been detained since 1985.brady, who was jailed in 1966, buried four of his victims in graves on saddleworth moor, greater manchester.one victim's brother said brady's death would not end their "nightmare".a mersey care nhs foundation trust spokesman said brady had died at 18:03 bst on monday.brady, who was born in glasgow but later moved to manchester, was jailed at chester assizes 51 years ago for the murders of john kilbride, aged 12, lesley ann d






why the moors murders 'should never be forgotten' | uk


glasgow, united kingdom - he met his death from ill health at a high-security psychiatric hospital in northwest england where he had been detained for the past three decades.the passing of ian brady, 79, on may 15 signalled not only the end of a life, but the end of a grim chapter in modern british history.brady had been in jail since 1966, when he was given life in prison for the torture and murder of three children - 12-year-old john kilbride, 10-year-old lesley ann downey and 17-year-old edward evans. they were crimes that saw his accomplice and girlfriend myra hindley also jailed for life. in 1985, the glasgow-born killer admitted to the murders of a further two children - 16-year-old pauline reade and 12-year-old keith bennett, whose remains have not yet been found.the child killings,






moors murderer ian brady dies


media playback is unsupported on your devicemedia captiondaniel sandford looks back at the revulsion caused by brady's crimesmoors murderer ian brady, who tortured and killed five children with myra hindley in crimes that shocked the nation, has died.the 79-year-old died at ashworth hospital, a secure psychiatric unit in merseyside where he had been detained since 1985.brady, who was jailed in 1966, buried four of his victims in graves on saddleworth moor, greater manchester.one victim's brother said brady's death would not end their "nightmare".a mersey care nhs foundation trust spokesman said brady had died at 18:03 bst on monday.body never foundbrady, who was born in glasgow but later moved to manchester, was jailed at chester assizes 51 years ago for the murders of 12-year-old john kil






ian brady 'did not want his ashes scattered on moor', inquest hears


image copyrightpaimage caption ian brady died at ashworth hospital in merseyside on monday ian brady's ashes will not be scattered on saddleworth moor, the inquest into his death has heard.the hearing was told the moors murderer's solicitor, robin makin, had given assurances "there is no likelihood" it would happen. on tuesday, coroner christopher sumner said brady's body would not be released until such a guarantee was made.brady, who tortured and killed five children with his lover myra hindley, buried four of his victims on the moor. the body of the serial killer who died at ashworth hospital, a secure psychiatric unit in merseyside on monday, is under police guard at a mortuary.mr sumner said the remains of the 79-year-old will be released at 14:00 bst on thursday. my letters from the






ian brady 'did not want his ashes scattered on moor', inquest hears


image copyrightpaimage caption ian brady died at ashworth hospital in merseyside on monday ian brady's ashes will not be scattered on saddleworth moor, the inquest into his death has heard.the hearing was told the moors murderer's solicitor, robin makin, had given assurances "there is no likelihood" it would happen. on tuesday, coroner christopher sumner said brady's body would not be released until such a guarantee was made.brady, who tortured and killed five children with his lover myra hindley, buried four of his victims on the moor. the body of the serial killer who died at ashworth hospital, a secure psychiatric unit in merseyside on monday, is under police guard at a mortuary.mr sumner said the remains of the 79-year-old will be released at 14:00 bst on thursday. my letters from the






moors murderer ian brady dies


media playback is unsupported on your devicemedia captiondaniel sandford looks back at the revulsion caused by brady's crimesmoors murderer ian brady, who tortured and killed five children with myra hindley in crimes that shocked the nation, has died.the 79-year-old died at ashworth hospital, a secure psychiatric unit in merseyside where he had been detained since 1985.brady, who was jailed in 1966, buried four of his victims in graves on saddleworth moor, greater manchester.one victim's brother said brady's death would not end their "nightmare".a mersey care nhs foundation trust spokesman said: "we can confirm a 79-year-old patient in long-term care at ashworth high secure hospital has died after becoming physically unwell."brady, who was born in glasgow but later moved to manchester, was






bbc news daily: corbyn reveals plan


moors murderer ian brady diesrelatives of some of brady's five child victims say his death does not end their "nightmare".16 may 2017






ian brady's ashes 'not to be scattered at saddleworth moor'


image copyrightpaimage caption ian brady died at ashworth hospital, a secure psychiatric unit ian brady's body will not be released until assurances are made his ashes will not be scattered on saddleworth moor, a coroner has ruled.brady, 79, who tortured and killed five children with lover myra hindley, buried four of his victims on the moor. he died of obstructive pulmonary disease on monday, an inquest heard.senior coroner christopher sumner said he knew he did not have the legal power to make such a request but believed it was the "correct moral judgement".brady, who along with hindley became known as the moors murderers, was jailed in 1966 for the killing of john kilbride, aged 12, lesley ann downey, 10, and edward evans, 17.image copyrightpaimage caption saddleworth moor has been the






ian brady's ashes 'not to be scattered at saddleworth moor'


image copyrightpaimage caption ian brady died at ashworth hospital, a secure psychiatric unit ian brady's body will not be released until assurances are made his ashes will not be scattered on saddleworth moor, a coroner has ruled.brady, 79, who tortured and killed five children with lover myra hindley, buried four of his victims on the moor. he died of obstructive pulmonary disease on monday, an inquest heard.senior coroner christopher sumner said he knew he did not have the legal power to make such a request but believed it was the "correct moral judgement".brady, who along with hindley became known as the moors murderers, was jailed in 1966 for the killing of john kilbride, aged 12, lesley ann downey, 10, and edward evans, 17.image copyrightpaimage caption saddleworth moor has been the






ian brady 'did not want his ashes scattered on moor', inquest hears


image copyrightpaimage caption ian brady died at ashworth hospital in merseyside on monday ian brady's ashes will not to be scattered on saddleworth moor, the inquest into his death has heard.the hearing was told brady's solicitor, robin makin, had given assurances "there is no likelihood" it would happen. on tuesday, coroner christopher sumner said brady's body would not be released until such a guarantee was made.brady, who tortured and killed five children with lover myra hindley, buried four of his victims on the moor. the body of the serial killer, who died on monday aged 79, is under police guard at a mortuary and will be released at 14:00 bst on thursday, mr sumner said. the inquest at southport town hall heard merseyside police asked for the release of the body to be delayed in ord






ian brady: moors murderer 'would remove feeding tube'


image copyrightpaimage caption ian brady died at ashworth hospital, a secure psychiatric unit where he was detained in 1985 moors murderer ian brady would remove his own feeding tube while he was on hunger strike, an inquest heard. dr noir thomas, consultant forensic psychiatrist for mersey care, told a hearing at bootle town hall this act was a "symbol of his need to control". brady, 79, who tortured and killed five children with myra hindley, died at ashworth hospital on 15 may.he died of natural causes unaffected by the hunger strikes, senior coroner christopher sumner ruled. neglect or self neglect did not contribute to his death, mr sumner added. no plans for his burial were revealed at the inquest, although dr thomas told the hearing that in the final hours of his life brady "decline






moors murderer: ian brady 'would remove feeding tube'


image copyrightpaimage caption ian brady died at ashworth hospital, a secure psychiatric unit where he was detained in 1985 moors murderer ian brady would remove his own feeding tube while he was on hunger strike, an inquest heard. dr noir thomas, consultant forensic psychiatrist for mersey care, told a hearing at bootle town hall this act was a "symbol of his need to control". brady, 79, who tortured and killed five children with myra hindley, died at ashworth hospital on 15 may.he died of natural causes unaffected by the hunger strikes, senior coroner christopher sumner ruled. neglect or self neglect did not contribute to his death, mr sumner added. dr thomas told the inquest that in the final hours of his life brady asked for his lawyer to be notified and locked briefcases he had in his






bbc radio leeds ian brady music quiz 'unacceptable'


image copyrightpa/bbca light-hearted music quiz about the moors murderer ian brady broadcast on bbc local radio has been described as "unacceptable" by the corporation.the segment, on bbc radio leeds, was hosted by presenter nathan turvey during sunday's breakfast programme.listeners were asked to guess the identity of a person "who'd been in the news" from a series of musical clues.turvey played excerpts from tracks including the brady bunch theme song and the smiths' suffer little children.the presenter, who was standing in for the station's regular sunday host, also played mott the hoople's all the young dudes and talking heads' psycho killer before saying: "they were four songs all linked to someone in the news this week, all you've got to do is work out who it is," and asked listeners






ian brady's ashes 'not to be scattered at saddleworth moor'


image copyrightpaimage caption ian brady died at ashworth hospital, a secure psychiatric unit ian brady's body will not be released until assurances are made his ashes will not be scattered on saddleworth moor, a coroner has ruled.brady, 79, who tortured and killed five children with lover myra hindley, buried four of his victims on the moor. he died of obstructive pulmonary disease on monday, an inquest heard.senior coroner christopher sumner said he knew he did not have the legal power to make such a request but believed it was the "correct moral judgement".the serial killer was jailed in 1966 for the murders of john kilbride, aged 12, lesley ann downey, 10, and edward evans, 17.in 1985 he also admitted to the murders of pauline reade, 16, and keith bennett, who was 12.he died at ashwort






judge who let brady play offers his congratulations on win


new york — the federal judge in new york who ruled against the national football league in "deflategate" says the new england patriots showed with their super bowl victory "never to quit."judge richard berman in manhattan made the comment monday in an email to the ociated press.berman nullified tom brady's four-game suspension in 2015, finding that the nfl had overstepped in its investigation of new england's quarterback. the suspension resulted from claims the patriots deflated footballs to gain a competitive a ntage.a federal appeals panel reversed berman's decision. brady served the suspension at the start of the season capped by sunday's 34-28 overtime victory against the atlanta falcons.berman offered his congratulations to the patriots, saying they showed "us all never to quit, every






what kind of team can we expect from the first year of white sox rebuild?


with escalators inoperative after the opening ceremony of soxfest on friday, security ushered fans to a nearby stairwell and had them exit in groups of about 30, leading to gridlock and grumbling in the hallway.it was a fitting image for a franchise that has been stuck in neutral for years, promising a contender every offseason only to play out the string by september.this year promises to be different as the sox have pushed their rebuild while offering a realistic outlook on the season ahead. contending while rebuilding isn't doable."it's tough to serve two masters," general manager rick hahn said. "the focus of our scouting department, of our player development people, of the major-league staff is on building something that's sustainable. in the short term we might have to pay some price