Hindley must never go free, says Brady

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Moors murderer Ian Brady has said Myra Hindley should never be freed, striking a blow to her public campaign to gain her freedom.

In a letter from high security Ahsworth hospital, near Liverpool, 59- year-old Brady accused his former lover of making `self-serving' confessions to further Moors Murders.

The letter, sent to an Oxford University Law Society magazine, said that Hindley had mastered the psycho-babble used by those campaigning on her behalf.

Brady said that her statements over the years used "illogical extension, the circular argument, the red herring and argumentum ad hominem''.

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