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Brother of Moors Murders victim Keith Bennett describes 'anger and pain' amid row with the author who sparked failed police dig for remains

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The brother of Moors Murders victim Keith Bennett has spoken of his 'anger and pain' in an increasingly bitter row with an author who sparked a new police dig for the child's remains.

After a week of painstaking digging and analysis by police-commissioned experts, yesterday (Friday) GMP revealed no human remains have been found following information from author and amateur sleuth Russell Edwards.

A picture he took purporting to show parts of a child's jaw may simply show vegetation, according to GMP as police called off the dig. READ MORE: 'Fridays are not what they were' in Manchester and it's changing life in the city centre Keith's brother Alan Bennett, who said it was 'no surprise nothing was found', has posted a series of criticisms of Mr Edwards on his Facebook page, prompting the author to respond.

Addressing Alan Bennett's criticisms directly in an interview with ITV News, Mr Edwards said: "I've literally dedicated seven years of my life to find justice for Keith, closure for your family and defeating Brady in his ambition to create the most perfect murder and this is the thanks I get. "Why not go and meet me, let me show you what I've got and explain the stories instead of just trying to destroy me and my reputation?

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