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Brady 'is chronically psychotic'

The care clinician looking after Moors murderer Ian Brady has told his mental health tribunal that he remains "chronically psychotic" and should stay in a hospital environment for treatment.

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Brady should be 'kept alive' until Bennett body revealed

The brother of Moors Murders victim John Kilbride has said that Ian Brady should be "kept alive until he tells where Keith Bennett's body is".

Speaking to BBC Radio 5 Live, Terry Kilbride said: "If he does take it to the grave it's gonna be a real sad ending for the Bennett family".

Twelve-year-old John Kilbride disappeared in November 1963 Credit: PA/PA Archive/Press Association Images

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