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  1. Published on: 17/05/2017 05:08 PMReported by: roving-eye
    Currently no funeral directors have yet come forward to take the body of Ian Brady, an inquest has heard.


    The Moors Murder, 79, who tortured and killed five children with lover Myra Hindley, died on Monday.

    The inquest at Southport town hall was told his body will be released tomorrow and not today because of police concerns over its safety.

    Once released, it will no longer be under police guard.

    Merseyside Police said they had asked for it not to be released until funeral arrangements had been made.

    Coroner Christopher Sumner has said he would deal with an inquest into the death of Ian Brady in a "full, frank and fearless manner".

    Brady's solicitor Robin Makin had called for the inquest to be concluded today as a post-mortem examination showed Brady died of natural causes.


    But the coroner said: "There are some people in England who will wonder why Mr Brady, and now that he has died, why he should have any human rights when he denied human rights to people himself, but we abide and live by the rule of the law."

    Ian Brady was being kept alive by force-feeding at Ashworth high security hospital but the inquest was told it did not contribute to his death.

    The cause of death by "natural causes" was given as cor pulmonale, a form of heart failure, secondary to bronchopneumonia and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, or lung disease.

    Mr Sumner said a full inquest would be held on 29 June.

    In 1966, 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.
     

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  3. Tallboy says:17/05/2017 11:56 PM
    Quote Originally Posted by roving-eye View Post
    Currently no funeral directors have yet come forward to take the body of Ian Brady, an inquest has heard.


    The Moors Murder, 79, who tortured and killed five children with lover Myra Hindley, died on Monday.

    The inquest at Southport town hall was told his body will be released tomorrow and not today because of police concerns over its safety.

    Once released, it will no longer be under police guard.

    Merseyside Police said they had asked for it not to be released until funeral arrangements had been made.

    Coroner Christopher Sumner has said he would deal with an inquest into the death of Ian Brady in a "full, frank and fearless manner".

    Brady's solicitor Robin Makin had called for the inquest to be concluded today as a post-mortem examination showed Brady died of natural causes.


    But the coroner said: "There are some people in England who will wonder why Mr Brady, and now that he has died, why he should have any human rights when he denied human rights to people himself, but we abide and live by the rule of the law."

    Ian Brady was being kept alive by force-feeding at Ashworth high security hospital but the inquest was told it did not contribute to his death.

    The cause of death by "natural causes" was given as cor pulmonale, a form of heart failure, secondary to bronchopneumonia and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, or lung disease.

    Mr Sumner said a full inquest would be held on 29 June.

    In 1966, 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.
    Kindly remove this piece of news! Stop publicising this moronic 'sick' individual who should have dropped on a piece of rope long ago. Try a rememberence item for the five poor children this swine is guilty of murdering..............

  4. Georgio says:18/05/2017 02:17 PM
    Who cares what he died from, he's dead....good enough !


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