A petition has been launched calling for Ian Brady to be buried at Ashworth Hospital - the “one place he tried desperately to get out of”.
The campaign, launched online, aims for Brady’s remains to be kept permanently at the Maghull site so that he is kept locked up “even in death”.WTAF..?
His death has sparked controversy about what should happen to his body. Sefton coroner Christopher Sumner sought assurances Brady’s ashes would not be scattered on Saddleworth Moor - the resting place of four of his and partner Myra Hindley’s victims - before releasing the body on Thursday.What on earth does it matter? He's dead. Isn't this supposed to be the age of reason?
Councils across the UK have publicly refused to cremate his body.Well, why not? There's a precedent. But do we have to follow the strange superstitious customs of the excitable Johnny Foreigners? Aren't we better than that?
But then, they already demolish perfectly good housing for ridiculous reasons, after all...
With uncertainty remaining about what will happen, Brad Savidge has launched a campaign pushing his own proposal.
Writing on campaign website Change.org, Mr Savidge wrote: “Nobody wants Ian Brady’s remains anywhere. Quite rightly so. If we could simply make the monster disappear we would.”He's dead. You don't get more 'disappeared' than that.