Moors murderer Ian Brady is dead.



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The americans have the right idea with legalised torture, might have got the location of the missing. Good riddance toerag.......
 

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The americans have the right idea with legalised torture, might have got the location of the missing. Good riddance toerag.......
Torture is not legal in America.

As for Ian Brady, good riddance. The family of Keith Bennett have been wasting their time all these years trying to get him to tell where their loved one is buried, Saddleworth Moors shift constantly so its unlikely Brady would have been able to find the spot even if he'd wanted to.
 

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What an evil fnck he was. I remember reading a book about the Moors Murders and the key police discovery of the ticket concealed in one of Myra's books I think.

The ticket was for a check in luggage locker and when the police examined the contents of the locker, they found the Lesley-Anne Downey horror pics in a suitcase, as well as the infamous tape recordings.
 

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TBH I thought he died years ago. But no doubt some Tory fool will call for the reintruction of the death penalty.
 

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Feed him to rats.
 

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There is a series on Stitcher (podcast search thing) three parter. Just heard about it elsewhere.

Called Casefile Moors Murderers.

I sound ghoulish but that's not the intention.
 

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What an evil fnck he was. I remember reading a book about the Moors Murders and the key police discovery of the ticket concealed in one of Myra's books I think.

The ticket was for a check in luggage locker and when the police examined the contents of the locker, they found the Lesley-Anne Downey horror pics in a suitcase, as well as the infamous tape recordings.
That book is titled "Beyond belief" written by Emlyn Williams.

Can be purchased on Amazon.

As for Hendly and Brady, good riddence to both of them.
 

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God let those children be killed, and one never to be found.

The perpetrators lived on albeit incarcerated, but they were alive.

I don't get that.
It just proves what Stephen Fry said about "God".Only a very sick being could come up with a script like that.
 

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God let those children be killed, and one never to be found.

The perpetrators lived on albeit incarcerated, but they were alive.

I don't get that.

If you hold the Christian faith, you accept that every soul exists for eternity and you accept that justice and judgement is dispensed after the physical death of every single person.
 

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May he burn in hell.
And so say all of us. I wonder what he'll say to Martin McGuinness when they encounter one another.
 

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That book is titled "Beyond belief" written by Emlyn Williams.

Can be purchased on Amazon.

As for Hendly and Brady, good riddence to both of them.
That was the one. The tape was one of the key things which prevented Hindley from getting parole. Her stern warnings to the frightened child gave her away as a monstrous ogre who had never really changed, despite all the stuff about her finding her Catholic faith again.
 


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