‘No cer­e­mony’ for Moors killer Brady

Evening Telegraph (Late Extra Edition) - - PUZZLES -

MOORS Mur­derer Ian Brady’s body must be dis­posed of with “no mu­sic and no cer­e­mony”, a judge at the High Court ruled.

The de­ci­sion was an­nounced in Lon­don to­day by the Chan­cel­lor of the High Court, Sir Geoffrey Vos.

Brady, who used the name Ian Ste­wart-Brady, died aged 79 on May 15, but his re­mains have not yet been dis­posed of.

Sir Geoffrey had been asked by two lo­cal au­thor­i­ties to make de­ci­sions re­lat­ing to the dis­posal of the se­rial killer’s body so that it can be “law­fully and de­cently dis­posed of with­out fur­ther de­lay”.

Brady and Myra Hind­ley, who died in prison in 2002, tor­tured and mur­dered five chil­dren in the 1960s.

Four of the vic­tims were buried on Sad­dle­worth Moor in the south Pen­nines.

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