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Brady was born in Glasgow, the illegitimate son of a waitress.
It was here were Brady recorded the poor girls agonizing cries begging him not to hurt her, as he forced her to strip and pose for pornographic pictures of the vilest nature, which burn't into the memories of all who heard and seen them.
Ian Brady and Myra Hindley were arrested on the morning of October 7, 1965.
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  Ian Brady - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Brady is known primarily for his role in a series of murders that took place in Greater Manchester between 1963 and 1965.
Ian Brady was born at the Rottenrow Maternity Hospital in Glasgow to Margaret ("Peggy") Stewart and grew up in the tough slum neighbourhood of the Gorbals.
Brady spent 19 years in a mainstream prison (at one point befriending serial poisoner and fellow Nazi aficionado Graham Frederick Young) before he was declared mentally disordered in 1985 and sent to a mental hospital.
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 New York Press
Brady was a clerk with a string of petty crimes on his record and a bad booze habit when he met Myra Hindley, a typist, in 1961.
Ian Brady and Myra Hindley were as mediocre and unimaginative in their crimes as they were in all the other aspects of their insignificant little lives.
Brady seems to include him only as an object of worship, and his "analysis" of the case is more like a hymn to the sheer relentless brutality of the man and his iron will than any kind of attempt to uncover occulted aspects of the case.
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 Ian Brady - Famous Criminal - Homepage - Crime And Investigation Network
Ian Brady was born in a Glasgow slum on 2nd January 1938, to single mother Peggy Stuart.
Brady was her first lover, and she was soon completely under his control, dressing and styling herself to please him, accepting his extreme political views, and even posing for pornographic pictures.
Brady tested her blind allegiance by pretending to plan a robbery, and was gratified when she took all the steps necessary to execute the plan, without question.
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 Ian Brady - Monstropedia - the largest encyclopedia about monsters
Ian Brady (born Ian Duncan Stewart on January 2, 1938 in Gorbals, Glasgow, Scotland) is a convicted British serial killer.
Brady is known primarily for his role in a series of murders that took place in Greater Manchester between 1963 and 1965.
Brady spent 19 years in a mainstream prison (at one point befriending serial poisoner and fellow Nazi aficionado Graham Frederick Young) before he was declared insane in 1985 and sent to a mental hospital.
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 Her Precious Secret - chapter 18   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
What stood out most to Brady in all the images was the way his son had been raised; the love Chloe felt for the child was almost tangible in the photos - the few where she couldn't carefully cut her face out of the picture.
Ian, in all his childish naivety, had bloomed with exuberance and excitement.
Ian jumped off the last stair, his khaki knee length shorts and blue and green Hawaiian print shirt proclaiming he had been the one to choose his clothes.
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 Holly's Fight to Stop Violence: MOORS MURDERER IAN BRADY
When Moors Murderer Ian Brady wrote, in December 2005, to the mother of one of his victims, complaining about his treatment at the high-security hospital where he is imprisoned, inevitability saw to it that it would hit the headlines sometime thereafter.
Brady, who is now 68, wrote to Winnie Johnson, whose 12-year-old son Keith Bennett, disappeared back in the 1960’s, and is buried, along with four other victims of the serial killer and his then girlfriend, Myra Hindley, on lonely Saddleworth Moor, near Manchester.
Ian Brady is a highly intelligent man. As a young person, adrift in a world he could never truly feel a part of, his natural creativity was instead channelled into destruction.
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 Murder on the Moors: The Ian Brady and Myra Hindley Story - Crime Library
Ian lifted the axe into the air, and brought it down upon the man's head.
Ian then placed a cover over the youth's head and wrapped a piece of electric wire around his neck.
Ian had told David that he had killed some people before but David thought it was just a sick fantasy.
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 Moors murders - Monstropedia - the largest encyclopedia about monsters
Brady then buried her body, and it would not be discovered for more than 20 years.
He condemned Brady was 'wicked beyond belief' and felt that there was no reasonable possibility of him ever reforming, although he did not think that the same was true of Hindley once she was removed from Brady's influence.
Ian Brady spent nineteen years in a mainstream prison before he was declared insane in 1985 and sent to a mental hospital.
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 Ian Brady - Uncyclopedia, the content-free encyclopedia
Brady was home-schooled by his tutor, Che Guevara, and proved an incredibly intelligent boy.
Although in the guise of a hamster, Brady continued to be a part of the burgeonig Punk scene, finding his way into the bathroom of John Lydon, AKA Johnny Rotten.
Ian Brady's coffin is visible from the top of Mount Everest in it's position 6-ft below the ground the courtyard of the Kremlin.
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 BBC - Crime Case Closed - The Moors Murderers   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Brady later claimed she was lured on the pretext of helping Hindley find an expensive glove on nearby Saddleworth Moor and was offered a stack of records in return.
Brady was immediately charged with murder, but Hindley was only charged four days later when a notebook, containing a "murder plan", was found in her car.
Brady meanwhile has sought permission in vain to be allowed to starve himself to death.
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 Murder in the UK
Brady, 60, now a patient at Ashworth Special Hospital in Merseyside, responded saying that "33 years of duplicity" had driven "her into the realms of psychotic delusion and absurdity".
The cooperative type, Brady has said he would release "sick" letters to the highest bidder that she wrote to him up to six years after they were convicted.
Brady goes to court to appeal that the Staff at the secure unit, Ashworth Hospital, where he is serving life, do not have the right to force feed him.
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 Ian Brady force-fed after 30 days on hunger strike
THE Moors murderer Ian Brady is being force-fed in Ashworth psychiatric hospital after 30 days on a hunger strike, his lawyer said yesterday.
Brady, 61, began refusing food on Sept 30 in protest at being moved to a different ward within the hospital, on Merseyside.
Brady was jailed for life in 1966 with Myra Hindley for the murders of Edward Evans and Leslie Ann Downey.
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Brady, 60, now a patient at Ashworth Special Hospital in Merseyside, responded saying that "33 years of duplicity" had driven "her into the realms of psychotic delusion and absurdity".
Brady has condemning Hindley's attempt to blame him for the killings and released a six-page letter he sent to the Home Secretary.
On September 21, 2001, Brady was given permission to publish his book on serial killers by the hospital for the criminally insane where his is serving his sentence.
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 Inside the mind of Ian Brady; In a shocking new book, the Moors Sunday Herald, The - Find Articles
Brady's crimes made him the UK's most hated man, but the 63-year- old is also one of the most intelligent and well-read criminals in Britain.
In Brady's words it is "a modest manual for helping to track and capture the greatest and most dangerous animal in existence: the human predator".
Brady reveals that "to my certain knowledge, a minimum of six impressionable individuals have emulated my crimes: two killed, were caught and committed suicide; two are serving life sentences for multiple murder; the remaining two are still free and the body count continues to mount".
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 Ian Brady
In a case that horrified the British public, Brady and Hindley documented their activities, to the extent of taking photographs and recording the torment of their victims.
Brady is now in a maximum security hospital on Merseyside.
At Chester Crown Court in Britain, Moors murderers Ian Brady and Myra Hindley are found guilty of torturing and killing several children before burying their bodies on the Moors north of Manchester.
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 disinformation | murder by numbers: the gates of janus   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Ian Brady doesn't go into specific details; he had already 'mind-read' his audience in advance to craft what topics to talk about.
On the surface, Brady's analyses of serial killers seems banal: his prose focuses on voyeuristic details of the crime scenes at the expense of acknowledging the violence perpetuated against the victims.
Brady's details can be found in his commentaries after outlining each case.
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 Serial Killer Ian Brady and Myra Hindley
Ian Brady was the invoice clerk, and Myra fell for him on sight, penning endless professions of love in her diary, afraid to approach him directly.
Brady impressed her as an intellectual, reading Mein Kampf at lunch in the original German, and she was thrilled when he finally asked her out.
Brady was sentenced to concurrent life terms on each count, while Hindley received two life terms plus seven years in the Kilbride case.
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 Brady and Hindley   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Brady was charged with the murder of John Kilbride, Edward Evans and Lesley Ann Downey.
As Brady had sprained his ankle in the struggle, they could not dispose of the body that night, and so they arranged for Smith to return the next day.
Hindley and Brady are often in the press even now, with things like Brady going on a hunger strike, and Hindley applying for parole.
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 Her Precious Secret - chapter 19   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Chloe sat at in the booth across from Brady and their son, watching as the two carefully examined the four Hot Wheels Ian had brought.
Brady was being very deliberate with his speech, making sure Ian's eyes were on him when he spoke.
He was sure the self-sacrificing woman would gladly share Ian with him, even though it had to be hard, since she'd taken sole responsibility for the little boy since day one.
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 BBC News | UK | Ian Brady: A fight to die
Ian Brady, together with his former partner-in-crime, Myra Hindley, have remained British society's benchmark for evil since the appalling Moors murders they committed in the 1960s.
The High Court's refusal to allow Ian Brady to starve himself to death will postpone the closing of a chapter in a sorry saga of a man hateful of society and hated by society.
The final straw for Brady, as he outlined in a recent letter to the BBC, came when a knife was discovered in the washroom at his hospital, Ashworth, near Liverpool, last September.
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 The Moors Murders
Brady's childhood was entirely disfunctional and he came to Manchester as an adolescent, with a record for petty crime to his name and a developing obsession with being a loner.
Brady and Hindley drove him to their council house in Hattersley, East Manchester, where the youth was brutally and mercilessly axed to death.
At their 1966 trial in Chester, Brady was sentenced to life imprisonment for the murders of Edward Evans, Lesley Ann Downey and John Kilbride.
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 IAN BRADY BIO IN THE SERIAL KILLER CALENDAR
Ian Brady was born, on 2 January 1938 in Gorbals, one of the roughest slums in Glasgow at the time.
Hindley's partner in crime, Ian Brady, now 64, is currently being held at the high security Ashworth Hospital on Merseyside, where he is on a continual hunger strike and being force fed through a plastic tube after failing in several legal attempts to be allowed to starve himself to death.
One major impediment to Brady's fight for the right to die is the fact that he was diagnosed as being mentally ill which may have a detrimental affect on his fight for the right to refuse medical treatment.
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 Moors killer Ian Brady bids to end his life - Telegraph
Ian Brady, the moors murderer, has begun a legal bid to be allowed to end his own life.
Brady, 69, who was jailed alongside Myra Hindley in 1966 for murdering five children, has been on hunger strike for several years, but is being kept alive by being force-fed.
Mr Di Stefano believes Brady should be allowed to do so as he serves "no purpose in life" and is costing up to £1 million a year through legal fees and health costs.
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 Amazon.ca: The Gates of Janus: An Analysis of Serial Murder by England's Most Hated Criminal: Books: Ian Brady
Brady's conception of moral relativism owes much to the theory of the superman Raskolnikov espoused in Crime and Punishment (Dostoyevsky is one of Brady's enthusiasms).
Both Bolitho and Brady were groundbreakers in their books, both focus extensively on case studies while injecting a good deal of person insight into the cases, both are exceptionally easy to read and understand.
Ian Brady and Myra Hindley are known as the "Moors Murderers" - 40 years ago they committed what is thought to be the most savage series of crimes in England ever - the...
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 Ian Brady in The AnswerBank: Phrases & Sayings
Brady does not directly discuss his own crimes, however, though he apparently believes that he can offer insight into some unsolved murders and feels that the book may go some way towards protecting society from people like him.
Brady, with his accomplice Myra Hindley, tortured, sexually assaulted and murdered at least four young people aged between 10 and 17 before being apprehended, tried and sentenced to life imprisonment in 1966.
Given Brady's personal experience, he may be able to claim some knowledge of the subject, but he was also given access to books and articles on serial killers in order to research his work and was allowed personally to interview Peter Sutcliff in prison.
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 Ian Brady & Myra Hindley
Dubbed "The Moors Murderers" Ian Brady and Myra Hyndley are still caged for killing children in the 60's.
Ian Brady and Myra Hindley are the most notorious British Child Killers and they are probably going to spend the rest of their lives in prison.
Myra Hindley met Ian Brady whilst working as a Secretary and became besotted with him, she did anything he wanted, he was besotted with Hitler and Nazis.
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 IAN BRADY in the Serial Killer Calendar
SERGE A. Ian Brady (born Ian Duncan Stewart on January 2, 1938 in the Gorbals, Glasgow, Scotland) is a notorious Scottish serial killer.
Ian Brady was born at the Rottenrow Maternity Hospital in Glasgow to Margaret ("Peggy") Stewart and grew up in the tough slum neighbourhood of the Gorbals.
Brady took nine obscene photographs of her, showing her naked, bound and gagged (which were later found in a suitcase in a left luggage locker).
www.serialkillercalendar.com /Brief_Bio_of_IAN_BRADY.html   (3671 words)

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