Danyal Hussein trial: 19-year-old found guilty for murder of sisters

Danyal Hussein, 19, has been found guilty at the Old Bailey of murdering sisters Bibaa Henry, 46, (far left) and Nicole Smallman, 27 (Picture: PA)

An ‘evil’ 19-year-old has been found guilty of murdering two sisters as they celebrated a birthday in a park.

Danyal Hussein repeatedly stabbed Bibaa Henry, 46, and sister Nicole Smallman, 27, as part of a demonic act in Fryent Country Park, Wembley, last year.

Hussein used his own blood to sign a pact with a mythical demon before stalking and stabbing the sisters as they celebrated Ms Henry’s birthday on June 6, heard the Old Bailey.

Jurors were told that the sisters’ killings were part of a plot in which Hussein believed that if he pledged to kill six women every six months, he would get rich by winning the Mega Millions Super Jackpot of £321 million.

A jury today found Hussein guilty of murder and possession of a knife after eight hours of deliberation.

He crossed his arms as the verdicts were delivered in front of the victims’ parents.

It can now be reported that he had come to the attention of police aged just 15 over fears he was vulnerable to radicalisation and violent extremism.

Detective Chief Inspector Simon Harding revealed that Hussein had been on a de-radicalisation programme between October 2017 and May 2018 after being referred to the Prevent scheme by his school.

Bibaa Henry (left) and Nicole Smallman.

The sisters were celebrating Ms Henry’s birthday in the park at the time of the attack (Picture: PA)

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