US News Brady: The notorious killer in his own words

01:05  16 may  2017
01:05  16 may  2017 Source:   Sky News

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Moors murderer Ian Brady in 2013 © PA Moors murderer Ian Brady in 2013

Ian Brady spoke at length for the first time since 1966 at a mental health tribunal in 2013, when he unsuccessfully demanded to be moved from a psychiatric hospital to a prison. 

Below are some of the quotes from his evidence, in which he talked about the "value" he got from his crimes and compared himself to Tony Blair.

:: On mental illness

"Schizophrenia? Science fiction.

"Personality disorder is not even recognised in Scotland. They have different laws. In my view more sensible views than in England.

"They are inventing - daily - disorders for normal behaviour. People are getting sick of everything being classed as a disorder nowadays."

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down in his own words , what he thought of himself and how he became like that, you could see a sign of intelligence in this killer , that you’d normally not expect.В He knew what he was doing For further reading by intelligent killers , I suggest Moors Murderer Ian Brady ’s book Gates Of Janus(Feral House).

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:: On bankers and Tony Blair

"I am as pragmatic as soldiers or a politician. You don't see any regret from Tony Blair. In fact he is minting a future from his war crimes.

"This dichotomy is common throughout all levels of society. Your bankers bankrupting the country, the illegal invasions of Iraq and Afghanistan, people being killed daily."

:: On the Moors Murders

"A criminal in a pursuit of crime is going to gain from the crime. He has given a value to the person he is about to kill."

When asked what value he got, Brady replied: "Existential experience."

:: On his assessment

"To apply risk assessment to me after 50 years is satirical."

:: On "acting" as though he was mentally ill

"Have you heard of Stanislavski?

"If you knew who Stanislavksi is... have you heard of method acting? Does that make it clear to you?"

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In his case, killing really was just a small part of his crimes. Over the course of 13 years, he raped, murdered, dismembered and cannibalized men—choosing, in his words “I ended up doing what I did as my way of feeling in complete control. Creating my own little world where I had the final say.”

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When later asked to explain the system of acting developed by Constantin Stanislavski, he replied: "It's attempting to portray the heart and soul of the character you are trying to portray."

:: On how the public sees him

"If the public want me to stay in prison, they will keep me in prison.

"Whatever I want, the public and the press want the opposite. That's my experience over the last 50 years."

:: On the prison system

"The only record the British penal system holds in Europe is it, per capita, it imprisons more adults than any other country in Europe. It imprisons more children than any other country in Europe."

:: On the Krays

"I had Train Robber Buster Edwards next to me.

"We were all top-security Cat As - the Krays, Train Robbers.

"We had conditions out of this world. Ronnie Kray was cooking for his landing, I was cooking for mine ... we were sick of eating steak."

:: On notoriety

"Why are they still talking about Jack the Ripper, after a century? Because of the dramatic background, the fog, cobbled streets.

"Mine's the same ... Wuthering Heights, Hound Of The Baskervilles."

:: On talking to himself

"If I interact with the TV, Tony Blair or something on, and make any comment, this is interpreted as psychosis.

"And er, who doesn't talk to themselves? This is a question people very rarely ask."

BBC apologises for DJ quiz where answer was Ian Brady .
BBC Radio Leeds ran a news-related feature asking people to guess who the person was after listening to four songs as clues. DJ Nathan Turvey, who was standing in for Radio Leeds’ regular Sunday presenter, played Mott The Hoople’s All The Young Dudes and The Brady Bunch theme song, followed by The Smiths’ Suffer Little Children, which was written in memory of the Moors murders.BBC Radio Leeds – tribute to Ian Brady— Radio Fail (@radiofail) May 21, 2017The last song played was The Talking Heads’ Psycho Killer.The clip is hosted on Radiofail, a website featuring mistakes by DJs.


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