John Ainley, solicitor for Winnie Johnson, the mother of Moors victim Keith Bennett, said:
"I think Winnie would have been satisfied by the decision.
"She always felt that Ian Brady did not give the children any choice and consequently he should not have the choice to leave the hospital environment."
I think Winnie would have been very stressed and angry at some of the evidence she would have heard from Ian Brady - in particular the references to the murders as recreational activities and an existential experience. To think that murdering children could be compared in that way... it beggars belief."
A Merseyside NHS trust is to pay £200,000 legal fees for the failed tribunal brought by Moors Murderer Ian Brady.
Moors Murder brother gives his reaction to the findings of the Brady Mental Health Tribunal.
Alan Bennett, the brother of 12 year old Moors Murders victim Keith Bennett, shares his views on Ian Brady's Mental Health Tribunal.