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Two agents of the Metropolitan Police admitted to sharing photos of two murdered sisters on WhatsApp, and one of them superimposed her own face in one of the shots.
Pc Deniz Jaffer and Pc Jamie Lewis were assigned to guard the scene after sisters Bibaa Henry, 46, and Nicole Smallman, 27, were found dead in the bushes at Fryent Country Park in Wembley, northwest London.
But instead, they broke the cordon to take ‘inappropriate’ and ‘unauthorized’ photographs of the bodies, which were later shared on WhatsApp.
Jaffer took four pictures and Lewis took two and one of the pictures sent to a colleague had Lewis’s face superimposed.wikipedia
In a hearing at the Old Bailey on Tuesday, officers admitted misconduct in a public office between June 7 and June 23 of last year.
The London registrar, Judge Mark Lucraft, rescued the officers ahead of sentencing on a date to be set.
He said: ‘The essential part of his duty was to remain in his posts and preserve the integrity of the crime scene.
“You took pictures of the crime scene … You superimposed the head on another one.”
Arrested and Charged
Jaffer, 47, of Hornchurch, East London, and Lewis, 33, of Colchester, Essex, had been arrested as part of a criminal investigation by the watchdog of the Independent Office of Police Conduct (IOPC).
The accusation against each of them said that “without authorization, he entered the crime scene that he had been assigned to protect, sending information about his attendance to the place to the citizens through WhatsApp and taking photographs of the crime scene.”
The sisters’ mother, Mina Smallman, who described the officers as “despicable,” sat in court for the hearing.
CPS ‘Paul Goddard said outside court
CPS ‘Paul Goddard said outside court:’ The senseless conduct of Pc Jamie Lewis and Pc Deniz Jaffer fell far short of what was expected of police officers.
These officers were tasked with protecting the scene of a tragic crime, but instead violated it for their own purposes, regardless of the dignity of the victims or the harm they could cause to a murder investigation.
His thoughtless and callous actions have undoubtedly caused immeasurable anguish and pain to the heartbroken family and friends of Nicole Smallman and Bibaa Henry, who were already reeling from the loss of their loved ones. Our thoughts are very much with them right now. ‘
The couple, attached to the Met’s northeast command unit, were suspended from their duties following their arrests on June 22 last year.
Jaffer, from Hornchurch, East London, and Lewis, from Colchester, Essex, are on unconditional bail.
On Thursday, Ms. Henry’s mother and Ms. Smallman vowed to avoid being released from prison.
Mina Smallman said that she had done herself justice for her ‘beautiful girls’ since her murderer ‘cheated’ on her was locked up for at least 35 years.
Ms. Smallman had watched as Danyal Hussein sat with his back to the court as he was imprisoned for life via video link from Belmarsh Prison.
Speaking outside the Old Bailey in central London, Mrs Smallman condemned the 19-year-old, who had stabbed her daughters to death after making a pact with a devil.
On her behavior in court, she said: ‘Everything is a performance. Nothing happens to him. He is just a detestable human being.
She continued: ‘He is a shattered human being that, had he not been caught, four other families could have been suffering what we have.
‘Well he’s not there right now and I think he’s so deluded, when he reaches the age of 35, they won’t let him out.
I will not let you.
Ms Smallman continued: “There will be no celebrations here, but justice has been done.”
She asked for a review of the law, after the court heard that Hussein could not receive a life order due to his youth.
She praised the Metropolitan Police for bringing Hussein to justice, saying that she did not “throw out an entire organization for a particular type of incident.”
But in the wake of a critical police surveillance report on the sisters’ handling of the missing persons report, she said that there was a ‘clandestinity that has infiltrated and is growing in our Metropolitan Police’.
She also thanked the media who had followed the case, saying, “Everyone is worth meeting.”
About her daughters, she said
About her daughters, she said: ‘They were beautiful, beautiful girls.
“Bibaa left behind a daughter who gave birth to a son in the last year and I am a great-grandmother.”
She said that Ms. Henry had been an “amazing” social worker, but that she regretted her youngest daughter, Ms. Smallman, more because she “was 20 years younger than Bibaa.”
She added, ‘Good girls, I’m so proud of you.’
PCs Deniz Jaffer Quick and Facts
- PCs Deniz Jaffer, 47, and Jamie Lewis, 32, admitted wrongdoing and said sorry
- The two police officers had both been charged with misconduct in public office
- They were in court after an Independent Office for Police Conduct investigation