A ‘mysteriously evil’ 19-year-old teenager has been found guilty of murdering two sisters as they celebrated a birthday in a London park.
Danyal Hussein repeatedly stabbed Bibaa Henry, 46, and sister Nicole Smallman, 27, in Fryent Country Park, Wembley, as part of a ‘demonic pact’ to win the lottery.
Ms Henry, a social worker from Brent, and photographer Miss Smallman, from Harrow, had met with friends in the park to celebrate the former’s birthday in June last year.
Hussein fatally attacked the women in the early hours of the morning, before hiding their intertwined bodies in the bushes. They were found the following morning by Miss Smallman’s boyfriend during a family search for the missing women.
Jurors were told that the sisters’ killings were at the heart of a ‘twisted deal’ Hussein made with an imaginary demon, promising to kill six women every six months in exchange for winning the Mega Millions Super Jackpot of £321 million.
Hussein bought a set of knives at Asda and used his own blood to sign the so-called agreement with mythical demon Lucifuge Rofocale, before stalking and fatally stabbing Ms Henry and Miss Smallman.
Police did not rule out that racism played a part in the way the killer chose the victims, despite referring to only ‘women’ in his demonic plot.
A jury today found Hussein guilty of two counts of murder and possession of a knife after eight hours of deliberation.
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He shook his head and crossed his arms as the verdicts were delivered in front of the victims’ sobbing parents, mother Mina Smallman and fathers, Chris Smallman and Herman Henry, who had listened to the details of their daughters’ murders during the month-long trial.
In a victim impact statement read to court, the sisters’ mother Mina Smallman said: ‘No one expects their children to die before them but to have two of your three children murdered overnight is just incomprehensible.’
She added: ‘If any good comes out of this, at least another four women will not meet a similar end in a so-called pact with a so-called demon.’
Separately, the Independent Office of Police Complaints (IOPC) is investigating the Met Police’s response to the missing persons reports of Ms Henry and Miss Smallman.
Two police constables have also been charged with misconduct in public office after they allegedly shared pictures of the crime scene on WhatsApp. They are due to enter their pleas later this month.
Referring to the investigations while speaking outside the Old Bailey following the verdict today, Mrs Smallman said: ‘This is an unbelievable day for us but it’s the first, and there are two more battles to go.