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Forgotten password Use the form below to recover your username and password. He said: "Eclectic, I can't stand robotic, feeble, whether psychologists or just ordinary people, if I think they are just going through a list of checkpoints.

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I don't choose the subjects. She asked Brady how he explained supposed hallucinations and episodes of talking to himself.

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  5. I was in solitary confinement for a time. I would memorise whole pages of Shakespeare and Plato and other people and recite them all to myself while walking up and down exercising in the cell.

    This is a question people very rarely ask. Ian Brady and Myra Hindley were jailed for the murder of five children in Brady said he had "more freedom" in prison - he spent time in Durham, Parkhurst and Wormwood Scrubs - before being transferred to Ashworth in , Miss Lieven asked Brady how he would feel being segregated from other prisoners in jail and with limited contact with prison staff. Brady replied: "You adapt to the reality.

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    I never did like Parkhurst, I liked [Wormwood] Scrubs because it was in the middle of a busy city. Although you are having no contact with the people over the wall, there is the psychological advantage.


    If you put anyone in a cage and pin labels on them He said he dealt with conflict by picking up his pen and writing complaints. Brady said talking about whether he would commit suicide if transferred back to prison was not "sensible", saying: "In prison you are a monkey in a cage being poked with a stick. How can you pretend to be omnipotent?

    As I say, a monkey in a cage being poked by a stick.