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Moors Murderer Ian Brady dies.
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Well it seems that in a time of easy-called monsters, a real one is finally feeling the flames of Hell.

In a country and in an era where these foul horrors were never even imagined, Ian Brady and
his blonde-haired girlfriend set out to make their mark in history.
I was a child of similar age to those who died at the hands of these two creatures and lived not far
from where the crimes occurred.

Have you ever heard the tapes that this bastard and his girlfriend -Myra Hindley recorded during their
sexual-torture and killing of the kids...? I have and it haunts me still.

Somewhere up on a wind-blown moor in North-West England, a child's remains awaits discovery
and this disgusting mistake of a human knew where Keith Bennett's body is and relished the torment
the lad's mother went through by not telling her where her son lay.

Burn in Hell for eternity, you piece of shit.

Moors Murderer Ian Brady dies.

'Moors Murderer Ian Brady, who tortured and killed five children with Myra Hindley in crimes that
shocked the nation, has died. The 79-year-old died at Ashworth Hospital, a secure psychiatric unit
in Merseyside where he had been detained since 1985.

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Brady, who was jailed in 1966, buried four of his victims in graves on Saddleworth Moor, Greater
Manchester.

One victim's brother said Brady's death would not end their "nightmare".
A Mersey Care NHS Foundation Trust spokesman said Brady had died at 18:03 BST on Monday.

Brady, who was born in Glasgow but later moved to Manchester, was jailed at Chester Assizes 51
years ago for the murders of 12-year-old John Kilbride, Lesley Ann Downey, aged 10, and Edward
Evans, 17.
In 1985 he also admitted to the murders of Pauline Reade, 16, and Keith Bennett, who was 12.

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Keith Bennett.

The children had been abducted by Brady and his lover Hindley, who died in prison in 2002, between
1963 and 1965.
Brady never revealed where Keith's remains were buried. The boy's mother Winnie Johnson, who
died in 2012, had repeatedly pleaded for Brady to do so.

Martin Bottomley, the head of Greater Manchester Police's cold case unit, said the force would never
give up the search for Keith and Brady's death did "not change that".

He said: "Our aim, as it always has been, is to find where Keith is buried and give closure to his
surviving family members so they can give Keith the proper burial they so desperately want.
"Whilst we are not actively searching Saddleworth Moor, we will act on credible and actionable
information that will help lead us to him."..'
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They should have throw out That Garbage years ago.
Both of them should have been executed.

I'm so sorry for the victims and their parents.
So Very Sad.
Once A Rogue, Always A Rogue!
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(05-16-2017, 01:47 PM)guohua Wrote: ...They should have throw out That Garbage years ago.
Both of them should have been executed...

I agree and I wouldn't have had a problem in pulling the lever myself.
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Quote:In a country and in an era where these foul horrors were never even imagined, Ian Brady and

his blonde-haired girlfriend set out to make their mark in history.

Sounds like it could be some of the things I hear about concerning the Satanic Rituals they do on kids in those Illuminati cults.  Could he have been a member?

Well, he is in hell now.  I hope he's over-joyed to finally meet his master.  (Sarcasm)    tinyangry




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The THIRD Moors murderer exposed: Evil Brady and Hindley ‘did NOT act alone’

MOORS murderers Ian Brady and Myra Hindley did not act alone when acting
out the horrific murders of children, Daily Star Online can exclusively reveal.

'Evil Brady has been at the centre of huge interest since his death earlier this week.
Alongside lover Myra Hindley, the monstrous killer was responsible for the death of five
children in the 1960s.

But now, Daily Star Online can exclusively reveal that the infamous criminal couple
may not have been acting alone, they could have even been part of a murderous
gang of four.

Erica Gregory, who has devoted years of her life to investigating the Moors murders
-believes the pair enlisted the help of Hindley’s sister Maureen and her husband David
Smith.

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To justify it, she claims that Brady and Smith were good friends, that they knew each
other before the first murder took place and that Smith was complicit in all five killings.

And chillingly, in a sickening recording of one of the Moors victims, Lesley Anne Downey,
she claims that a fourth voice can be heard as the horrific events unfold.

Speaking exclusively to Daily Star Online, she said: “Smith knew Brady before 1963,
before he met Maureen and they were partners in crime. “Smith was the violent one with
the background of abuse, Brady had the ideas while Myra and Maureen went along with
it all.

“In the Lesley Anne Downey recording, a fourth voice can be heard in the room 
-I think it was Smith.

“In that murder, they took Lesley Anne nine miles in a car but Brady was waiting in
the house setting up cameras. There’s no way Myra abducted a child and drove her
nine miles on her own, she will have needed help.

“These were intricate, well thought out murders. Smith and Maureen spent so much time
with them, they have to have been involved helping to plan and execute the crimes.

Smith and Brady’s friendship is no secret, it was Smith who reported the pair to police
after witnessing the murder of Edward Evans in 1965.

He was the Crown’s chief witness and key to the prosecution’s case against the Moors
murderers after convincing police that his association with Brady stopped at casual friendship.
And despite admitting to being at the scene of Evans’ murder, he was cleared of any
wrongdoing, paving the way for Brady and Hindley’s conviction.

Crucially, Smith’s testimony claimed he met Brady after he started seeing Maureen in
Gorton, Greater Manchester. But Daily Star Online can reveal otherwise.

Marylin Timberlake, who knew Smith well after attending the same school as him,remembers
a young Ian Brady waiting at the gates for his friend on his lunch break, months before Smith
met Maureen. Speaking exclusively to Daily Star Online, the 67-year-old said: “I spent my last
year at St James’ School in Gorton with David Smith.

“He definitely knew Brady before he was seeing Maureen.
They met on a daily basis, they were close. I didn’t see him with Maureen until months later.

“Brady used to stand at the gate every single lunch time waiting for Smith after the school bell
sounded, he always had a camera round his neck and girls used to run over to him.
“For me, he was definitely involved in the murders, probably all of them – he was so close to Brady.

“Smith knew exactly what was going on but they had no proof with him so he pushed Brady
under a bus. He saw an opportunity to get out and he took it.”
It doesn’t stop there, though.

Marilyn claims she saw Brady with Smith carrying a large sack in the dead of night in November
1963, the same month Moors victim John Kilbride was reported missing.
She continued: “I remember looking outside my window one night and saw two men, one of them
was carrying a big hessian sack on his back, the other was carrying a torch.
“They opened a grave at St James’ church and put this sack in it.
One was definitely Brady, the other was Smith.

“I’ve no idea what was in it or what they were doing and when I approached the local Priest
he just told me to forget about it." Another Gorton resident, Tommy Rhattigan, who claims he
escaped the Moors murderers, also said he saw Brady with Smith that night.

He told Daily Star Online: “Smith was pushing an old barrow which seemed full.
Whatever they had it was hidden out of sight either inside or covered by hessian sacking
with blue material “It was only a brief moment, but I know it was Brady and he was with Smith."

Erica Gregory went further still and points out that she has found a hessian sack on Saddleworth
Moor, believing it could be the same mentioned by Tom and Marilyn.
She said: “Smith wasn’t a hero for turning Brady in, it was what Brady wanted.

“He wanted to make his protest from inside prison. I think Smith turned him in on Brady's request.
“Brady needed the trial and the prison term to get the notoriety he craved.
Why kill if you can’t be famous? That was his line of thinking.
“Smith was a nasty piece of work, he was no hero.”

There were five confirmed victims in the Moors murders:
Pauline Reade, John Kilbride, Keith Bennett, Lesley Ann Downey and Edward Evans, between
July 1963 and October 1965. Keith Bennett’s body has never been found.

David Smith died in 2012 at the age of 64 while Maureen died of a brain haemorrhage in 1980.
When contacted by Daily Star Online, Greater Manchester Police have so far declined to comment.
Erica has written a book called The Secret Key to the Moors Murders, available at all major booksellers.
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