Bootle inquest is told 79-year-old serial killer’s death was caused by heart failure and lung disease

The Moors murderer Ian Brady died of natural causes relating to heart failure and lung disease, a coroner has ruled.

The inquest, overseen by the coroner Christopher Sumner at Bootle town hall in Merseyside, heard that the 79-year-old Brady had been on end-of-life care before his death at Ashworth high secure hospital in Maghull on 15 May.

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