The stepfather of a Moors Murder victim has told Daybreak that he was sickened by Ian Brady's remarks where he described his killings as "recreational".
Alan West, whose 10-year-old stepdaughter Lesley Ann Downey was killed by Brady and his partner Myra Hindley in 1964, said he wanted the "monster" to remain in a maximum security hospital.
He said: "I think he's talking a load of rubbish, he's definitely mental."
Mr West added that Brady should get "all the punishment he deserves rather than all the freedom of a prison."
"He's just a monster to be honest, a monster," he said.