US News Brady’s will: Moors Murderer ‘asked for ashes to be scattered in River Clyde’

02:35  20 may  2017
02:35  20 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.

Child killer Ian Brady asked for his ashes to be scattered in his native Scotland. Moors Murderers Ian Brady and Myra Hindley documented their lives with a camera, these images are taken from a photo album seized by police.

The body of Moors Murderer Ian Brady will not be released by the coroner until assurances are made that his ashes will not be scattered on the moor where his last missing victim, Keith Bennett, remains buried.

Ian Brady: Moors murderer Ian Brady died on Monday (PA) © Provided by The Press Association Moors murderer Ian Brady died on Monday (PA)

Moors Murderer Ian Brady reportedly asked in his will for his cremated ashes to be scattered in Glasgow’s River Clyde and for money raised from publishing his memoirs to go to charity.

The 79-year-old child killer died on Monday after spending more than five decades behind bars for murders committed with partner Myra Hindley.

According to The Sun, Brady asks in his will to be cremated to the sounds of Hector Berlioz’s Symphonie Fantastique, music which tells how a young artist dreams of killing his beloved and is condemned to death.

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.

Moors Murderer Ian Brady ' s body will be under police guard to 'protect the safety of his body' at Ashworth Hospital until the child killer's funeral arrangements can be made. I think it would be offensive if Mr Stewart- Brady ' s ashes were scattered on Saddleworth Moor ."

Moors Murderer Ian Brady dies of lung cancer 54 years after killing first child. Moors Murderers Ian Brady and Myra Hindley documented their lives with a camera, these images are taken from a photo album seized by police. Evil Ian Brady asked for ashes to be scattered in Scotland.

  Saddleworth Moor © Provided by The Press Association Saddleworth Moor

The killer’s will – seen by the newspaper – also calls for his paintings and photos of himself to be auctioned to pay for the publication of his autobiography, entitled Black Light – with any spare money to go to charity.

In the document, Brady reportedly says: “I do not wish to be viewed by relatives or friends. The coffin is to remain closed. I do not wish any of the staff of Ashworth Hospital to be present at my funeral or cremation.”

Brady’s body has been released to his lawyer, and the paper said he had asked to be cremated in a non-religious ceremony in his native Glasgow, with his remains to be scattered on the Clyde near the Gorbals area, where he grew up.

But Glasgow City Council has said it would refuse any request for the notorious murderer to be cremated in the area.

Moors murderer Ian Brady’s letter removed from online sale

  Moors murderer Ian Brady’s letter removed from online sale The document penned by the child killer was reportedly offered for sale for £310 shortly after his death on Monday.The document penned by the child killer was reportedly offered for sale for £310 shortly after his death on Monday aged 79.

Ian Brady requested his ashes be dumped in Glasgow’ s River Clyde . Moors Murderer Brady again lays bare his contempt for people as he goes on: “I do not wish to be viewed by relatives or friends. Lawyers for Ian Brady says monster' s ashes won't be scattered on Saddleworth Moor .

Lawyers for Ian Brady says monster' s ashes won't be scattered on Saddleworth Moor . Moors Murderer Ian Brady demanded to be cremated to a symphony charting a murderer ' s decent into hell - then have his ashes dumped in Glasgow’ s River Clyde .

The River Clyde © Provided by The Press Association The River Clyde

A spokesman for the authority said: “We have not had such a request but we would refuse that request. We would advise the private crematoria not to accept the request or any such request should it be forthcoming. There has not been any request made.”

Terry Kilbride © Provided by The Press Association Terry Kilbride

Brady and 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, whose body has never been found.

Terry Kilbride, 63, brother of John, condemned Brady’s plans, telling The Sun: “It upsets me that this monster is trying to make money on the back of what he did to our John and those other kids. It’s sickening that he’s planned this.”

Brady’s body had been held under police guard since his death at Ashworth High Secure Hospital in Maghull, Merseyside, at 6.02pm on Monday.

Opening an inquest into his death on Tuesday, senior coroner for Sefton Christopher Sumner delayed the release of his body to ask for assurances that a funeral director and crematorium willing to take it had been found.

He also asked for an assurance the ashes of Brady would not be scattered on Saddleworth Moor, where the remains of four of Brady and Myra Hindley’s five child victims were found.

At a reconvened hearing on Wednesday the coroner’s court heard solicitor and executor of Brady’s will Robin Makin had said there was “no likelihood” the ashes would be scattered there.

Mr Sumner delayed the body’s release until Thursday to allow Merseyside Police to negotiate with Mr Makin about arrangements for the funeral.

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