Brady: Killing Was An 'Existential Experience'

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Ian Brady has referred to his torture and murder of children as "recreational killings" from which he derived an "existential experience".
Brady: Killing Was An 'Existential Experience'
 
 
Ian Brady has referred to his torture and murder of children as "recreational killings" from which he derived an "existential experience".
 
Speaking at his mental health tribunal, the Moors murderer compared the crimes he committed in the 1960s to the acts of soldiers and politicians and said that a "criminal" would have "given a value to the person he is about to kill".
 
 
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