Ian Brady has been shifted to Ashworth high security psychiatric hospital. Before being shifted to the hospital, he underwent a series of medical tests, which were conducted by NHS general hospital.
Detailed reports unveil that past this Monday Brady have had an attack, while conversing with his legal officer via telephone. He was immediately rushed to Fazakerley hospital in Aintree, Liverpool. He was kept under tight observation and security for two nights in the hospitals, after which he was released this Wednesday.
Previous reports suggest that Ian Brady, who has been long since known as the Moors murderer, was found guilty in the killing of five children in the 1960s. It has been reported that Brady, 74 was taken into custody with his partner in crime, Myra Hindley.
Since, then for the past 27 years this serial killer has been detained in Ashworth. A spokeswoman for Ashworth said, “He was to appear for the hearing via videolink from Ashworth hospital, regarding his application to be transferred to a Scottish prison and be allowed to die”.
However, test reports suggest that Ian is still physically unwell, so it is being suspected that he might not be able to attend the court hearing at Manchester's Civil Justice Centre scheduled to be held this Monday.