Alan West, the step-father of Lesley Ann Downey, one of the victims of Ian Brady, believes it's right he not be allowed to transfer to prison.
West told ITV News Brady is "the worst of the worst".
Moors murder Ian Brady has failed in his bid to be allowed to transfer to prison and will stay at Ashworth Hospital.
The result of Ian Brady's mental health tribunal at Ashworth hospital is expected later today.
The Moors Murderer wants to transfer from a secure psychiatric hospital to a prison, where he says he intends to starve himself to death.
The judgment of the panel is expected this afternoon.
Moors murderer Ian Brady will find out today whether he can be transferred to prison from the maximum security hospital where he is being held. Brady claims he wants to kill himself in jail where he cannot be force-fed.
Brady told the mental health tribunal that he is not psychotic or insane and should be allowed to serve the rest of his whole life term in prison. Officials at the high security Ashworth Hospital argue that he is also a paranoid schizophrenic who still shows signs of chronic psychosis.
Ian Brady's Mental Health Tribunal has ended.
The Moors Murderer wants to be moved from Ashworth Hospital to a normal prison.
Brady claims he is not psychotic. He has referred to killing his victims as an "existential experience".
A judge will make a decision later this week.
Ashley Derricott reports.
The #ianbrady mental health tribunal has concluded. Judge says a decison is expected before the end of the week
However the reasons for the decision of the #ianbrady mental health tribunal will take 'a considerable time to put into writing'
Counsel for Brady: No evidence #ianbrady has had psychosis for over 20 years, inconceivable this diagnosis can be relied on
#ianbrady has paranoia due mainly to an incident in 1999 when he was forcibly restrained by hospital staff it's claimed