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>> One of Britain's most notorious murderers is dead at 79. So called Moors murderer Ian Brady passed away in a secure hospital. He and partner Myra Hindley jailed for a notorious killing spree 50 years ago. They were put away for life in 1966 for abducting, torturing, sexually abusing, and then murdering five children, before burying them on the Saddleworth Moore in Manchester.
Remains were eventually located for four of the five victims, but never for 16 year old Keith Bennett. His mother when he died in 2012 after years of pleading with Brady to reveal the whereabouts of her son's remains. She wanted to give him a Christian burial. Brady had been on successive hunger strikes since 1999 arguing he should be allowed to die.
But he was force fed and was considered mentally ill. Brady died at Ashworth secure hospital in Liverpool when he'd been held since 1985 after being diagnoses with paranoid schizophrenia. Decades on from his crimes, the revolution felt by the British public is not diminished.