US News Ian Brady's ashes must not be scattered on Saddleworth Moor, coroner demands

18:30  16 may  2017
18:30  16 may  2017 Source:

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Ian Brady © PA Ian Brady Ian Brady's body will not be released until the coroner is assured that his ashes will not be scattered on Saddleworth Moor.

Brady snatched youngsters off the street with Myra Hindley before sexually assaulting them and burying some of their bodies in the south Pennines.

The 79-year-old died in Ashworth High Secure Hospital on Monday. Opening an inquest into the death, senior coroner for Sefton, Christopher Sumner, said he also wants assurances that a funeral director and crematorium willing to take Brady's body have been found.

The couple's five victims - Pauline Reade, John Kilbride, Keith Bennett, Lesley Ann Downey and Edward Evans - were aged between 10 and 17.

Fifty years on, 12-year-old Keith Bennett has still never been found - despite the belief that Brady knew the location and buried him on the Moors, where he buried three others.

Brady's death came hours after he was again urged to "do the right thing" and reveal the location of the Keith's body.

Keith's mother, Winnie Johnson, had repeatedly pleaded with Brady to say where he disposed of the body before her own death in 2012.

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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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