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A teenager Danyal Hussein killed two sisters Bibaa Henry and Nicole Smallman in a brutal knife attack after seeking a deal with the devil to “sacrifice” women to win the lottery, according to a court heard today.
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Danyal Hussein, 19, allegedly stabbed Nicole Smallman, 27, and Bibaa Henry, 46, several times at Wembley, northwest London, in the early hours of June 6 last year.
That same night, Mrs. Henry had celebrated her birthday with her sister and her friends at Fryent Country Park. The corpses of the women were tangled up and found hidden in a hedge the next day.
Police allegedly discovered a handwritten note at Hussein’s home claiming that they had made a deal with a demon to “sacrifice” women for profit. The defendant also bought lottery tickets, three of which were folded on the note, the jury said.
At the opening of Hussein’s murder trial at the Old Bailey, Attorney General Oliver Glasgow told QC how the women had chosen to go to the park due to restrictions during the initial closure.
He said the sisters had so much fun that they decided to stay after their guests left and turned on colored lights, listened to music and danced.
When they didn’t make it home, loved ones became concerned and some of their closest friends returned to the park to watch.
Police were alerted after searchers discovered the women’s glasses. Moments later, a knife was found lying in the grass.
A trail of squashed grass led to the “shocking” discovery of the bodies, Glasgow said. The prosecutor said that the women were “massacred” one at a time.
He described the scene: “The bodies of Bibaa Henry and Nicole Smallman were lying on their side, head to toe and with their limbs entwined, both had been repeatedly stabbed and were clearly dead.
“The attack on her was brutal and devastating.”
Ms. Henry was stabbed eight times and Ms. Smallman 28 times, the jury heard.
Mr. Glasgow suggested that Ms. Henry be shocked and overwhelmed first, then Ms. Smallman tried to defend herself from her attacker.
“After the two sisters were brutally murdered, her killer dragged their bodies through the grass and hid them in a hedge,” he said.
The court heard that a combination of forensic evidence and CCTV footage led police to see Hussein.
His DNA was at the scene, on the bodies of the victims and on a bloodstained knife found nearby, he said.
Furthermore, Hussein is said to have bought a set of knives at Asda and was hospitalized the day after the killings with cuts to his hand with a knife.
Investigators also discovered handwritten notes at the defendant’s home detailing his intention to kill women “as part of a victim for personal gain,” Glasgow said.
He told the jury: “While searching the defendant’s bedroom, the police found a handwritten document that was supposedly an agreement between the defendant and a demon that promised to sacrifice women to win the lottery and not suspect that anyone would convert. Crime that he committed.
“The defendant apparently had confidence that his plan would work because after the fatal attacks on Bibaa Henry and Nicole Smallman, the defendant bought several lottery tickets and three folded lottery tickets in the agreement that he had written with the devil.” .
Mr Glasgow added: “It turns out the demon was no good, as the defendant not only did not win the lottery, but the police identified any evidence linking him to these two murders.”
Hussein, from Blackheath, South East London, has denied the double murder and possession of a knife.
The trial before Judge Whipple is said to last up to four weeks.