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#1037456 - 16th May 2017 11:04pm Re: Ian Brady [Re: cools]
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Final act of evil this thing wants is his ashes to be scattered on Saddleworth Moor, trying to have the last laugh!! .... They should be thrown onto a rubbish dump, eventually go into landfill with all the other rubbish. He shouldn't even have a funeral just burn him and get rid...


Throw them down the loo in prison and hope they get stuck in the u-bend yes
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#1037457 - 16th May 2017 11:11pm Re: Ian Brady [Re: cools]
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Ye that's a good one DD, only trouble is they may end up in our water system and thats a horrible thought..

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#1037458 - 16th May 2017 11:18pm Re: Ian Brady [Re: cools]
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Regarding finding Keith Bennetts body and perhaps others that may be buried on the Moor, you would think they could find them in this day and age. I remember watching a programme where they used all kinds of techo stuff even flying over areas to find ancient bodies of Romans or some historic remain from hundreds of years ago and they did pinpoint them. Surely these aids should be used for cases like this.

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#1037459 - 17th May 2017 12:28am Re: Ian Brady [Re: cools]
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Cools, that has crossed my mind too, at times. They can locate so much now, but unless they know where to start, it could be too costly. Bones could have been scattered, there could be animal bones that show up. Such a vast area, and I don't think his body ever will be found. Poor Winnie.......

That Brady just showed how twisted and evil he was to the last. His ashes should never be allowed out of the urn.
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#1037460 - 17th May 2017 6:45am Re: Ian Brady [Re: cools]
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Why do anything with his so called ashes,just dispose of them with the rest of the waste from the furnace. There should be no funeral in any way shape or form.

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#1037461 - 17th May 2017 8:20am Re: Ian Brady [Re: cools]
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Perhaps the ashes should be disposed in the sea. The middle of nowhere, unmarked and meaningless.

This happened to Bin laden, so there is no place for the nutters to go and worship.

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#1037463 - 17th May 2017 8:55am Re: Ian Brady [Re: lollipop]
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[quote=lollipop]Perhaps the ashes should be disposed in the sea. The middle of nowhere, unmarked and meaningless.

This happened to Bin laden, so there is no place for the nutters to go and worship.

Not the sea lollipop, we don't wan't to contaminate the ashes, bodies and memories of our sailors that have had that done, maybe a sewage plant.

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#1037464 - 17th May 2017 10:05am Re: Ian Brady [Re: cools]
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Originally Posted By: cools
Regarding finding Keith Bennetts body and perhaps others that may be buried on the Moor, you would think they could find them in this day and age. I remember watching a programme where they used all kinds of techo stuff even flying over areas to find ancient bodies of Romans or some historic remain from hundreds of years ago and they did pinpoint them. Surely these aids should be used for cases like this.


It was tried a few years back:

http://www.standard.co.uk/news/spy-satel...dy-6865470.html

Sadly, soil movement, plus Brady's vague idea of where it might have been means they were literally looking for a needle in a haystack.

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#1037478 - 17th May 2017 1:29pm Re: Ian Brady [Re: cools]
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Iam liking the sewerage plant Casper!!

I understand fully, I just was putting it out there. What we would like and what will happen........is unfortunately out of our hands.

Now no more oxygen, thoughts or feelings am I going to waste on that scumbag.

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#1037483 - 17th May 2017 2:52pm Re: Ian Brady [Re: Gibbo]
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they were literally looking for a needle in a haystack.


That probably explains why they couldn't find what they were looking for.

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#1037485 - 17th May 2017 3:07pm Re: Ian Brady [Re: Spellbinder]
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they were literally looking for a needle in a haystack.


That probably explains why they couldn't find what they were looking for.
Love it.

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#1037510 - 18th May 2017 11:13am Re: Ian Brady [Re: cools]
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What they should do with the ashes is flush them down the nearest public bog to send them with all the rest of the shoit.
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#1037522 - 18th May 2017 7:46pm Re: Ian Brady [Re: cools]
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apart from his lawyer is there anyone else out there going to willingly send him on his way to Hell. Im so glad Im not a Priest,a mortuary attendant,a funeral director or a crematoriam attendant. Are these people allowed to say NO & refuse to handle him. Will his ashes be scattered on consecrated ground .Where to put him is a big problem. Rocket him to the moon maybe cos wherever he goes it wont be far enough.Evil pure evil

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#1037524 - 18th May 2017 8:45pm Re: Ian Brady [Re: cools]
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i wouldnt mind going, always wanted to dance on someones grave, just never hated anyone enough before,

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