US News Moors murderer Ian Brady’s letter removed from online sale

14:11  18 may  2017
14:11  18 may  2017 Source:   Press Association

Brady: The notorious killer in his own words

  Brady: The notorious killer in his own words 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.

- A letter written by Moors murderer Ian Brady from behind bars has been removed from sale by online auction site eBay. The document penned by the child killer was reportedly offered for sale for £310 shortly after his death on Monday aged 79.

A letter written by Moors murderer Ian Brady from behind bars has been removed from sale by online auction site eBay. The document penned by the child killer was reportedly offered for sale for £310 shortly after his death on Monday aged 79.

Moors murderer Ian Brady (PA) © Provided by The Press Association Moors murderer Ian Brady (PA)

A letter written by Moors murderer Ian Brady from behind bars has been removed from sale by online auction site eBay.

The document penned by the child killer was reportedly offered for sale for £310 shortly after his death on Monday aged 79.

The Times reported the letter gave an insight into Brady’s racist views, saying “the only US blacks who become successful in something other than drug pushing, are halfcastes, trying to look whiter than white – the Jackson syndrome”.

Ian Brady © Provided by The Press Association Ian Brady EBay confirmed to the Press Association the item – sent to a man in Australia in 2008 – was removed from sale. A spokesman said: “eBay does not allow the sale of items that cause offence, or relate to high-profile criminals, and we’ll remove any listings that fit that description.”

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

  Ian Brady's ashes must not be scattered on Saddleworth Moor, coroner demands Ian Brady's ashes must not be scattered on Saddleworth Moor, coroner demandsBrady snatched youngsters off the street with Myra Hindley before sexually assaulting them and burying some of their bodies in the south Pennines.

A letter written by Moors murderer Ian Brady from behind bars has been removed from sale by online auction site eBay. The document penned by the child killer was reportedly offered for sale for £310 shortly after his death on Monday aged 79.

A letter written by Moors murderer Ian Brady from behind bars has been removed from sale by online auction site eBay. The document penned by the child killer was reportedly offered for sale for £310 shortly after his death on Monday aged 79.

Brady and Myra Hindley were jailed for life for the killings of John Kilbride, 12, 10-year-old Lesley Ann Downey and Edward Evans, 17. They went on to admit the murders of Pauline Reade, 16, and 12-year-old Keith Bennett. Hindley died in jail aged 60 in November 2002.

Glasgow-born Brady had been held at Ashworth High Secure Hospital in Merseyside since 1985 and his body – which has been under police guard – will be released to his lawyer on Thursday. The 79-year-old had been looked after by a palliative care team for two weeks before his death.

When he opened the inquest on Tuesday, senior coroner for Sefton Christopher Sumner asked for assurances Brady’s ashes would not be scattered on Saddleworth Moor, where four of Brady and Myra Hindley’s child victims were buried. Mr Makin, the executor of Brady’s will, said there was “no likelihood” of the ashes being scattered there.

Moors murderer Ian Brady's body released into executor's custody

  Moors murderer Ian Brady's body released into executor's custody The body of Moors Murderer Ian Brady has been released from the mortuary and is now the property of his lawyer Robin Makin. The notorious paedophile and child killer died on Monday at a secure hospital in Merseyside. The 79 year old killed five children, alongside Myra Hindley, from 1963 to 1965.The pair snatched youngsters off the street before sexually assaulting their victims and burying many of their bodies on Saddleworth Moor in the south Pennines.

A letter written by Moors murderer Ian Brady from behind bars has been removed from sale by online auction site eBay. The document penned by the child killer was reportedly offered for sale for £310 shortly after his death on Monday aged 79.

The document penned by the child killer was reportedly offered for sale for £310 shortly after his death on Monday.

Police using specially trained sniffer dogs on Saddleworth Moor © Provided by The Press Association Police using specially trained sniffer dogs on Saddleworth Moor

At Wednesday’s hearing, coroner’s officer Alby Howard-Murphy said: “I spoke to Mr Makin this afternoon regarding the hearing yesterday and he was unhappy with the comments that were made in court yesterday and suggested that there is no likelihood that the ashes would be spread on Saddleworth Moor.”

Michael Armstrong, representing Merseyside Police, said there were no suggestions Mr Makin had made any funeral arrangements for Brady within the Sefton area.

The inquest was told Brady’s cause of death was cor pulmonale, a form of heart failure, secondary to bronchopneumonia and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, or lung disease. A full hearing is expected be held on June 29.

In 2013 Brady asked to be moved to a Scottish prison so he could not be force fed, as he could be in hospital, and where he could be allowed to die if he wished. His request was rejected after Ashworth medical experts said he had chronic mental illness and needed continued care in hospital.

In February, he was refused permission to launch a High Court fight to have the lawyer of his choice representing him at a tribunal where the decision would be reviewed.

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 https://t.co/5NTOwKxoPy— 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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