Ian Brady is passing notes and whispering to his barrister with increasing frequency as the hospital QC questions the expert's diagnosis of a paranoid personality disorder.
The hospital QC said Brady's behaviour and symptoms are evidence of a mental illness, not a personality disorder.
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