A distraught mother of two sisters stabbed to death in a park today sentenced their “confused” killer to life imprisonment.
The Venerable Mina Smallman described Satanist Daniel Hussein as a “broken man” who could be killed again after his “savage” attack on his daughters Biba Henry and Nicole Smallman.
Speaking outside the Old Bailey after the 19-year-old’s sentencing, the mother said: “There is nothing wrong with Hussain, he is just an obnoxious person.
“We don’t need to see him. He’s a broken man.
“If he hadn’t been caught, whatever happens to us, the other four families may have suffered. Well he’s not there anymore.”
The deformed teen killed Biba, 46, and her 27-year-old half-sister Nicole in a “frenzied satanic sacrifice” last summer.
Today he was sentenced to at least 35 years in what Ms Smallman described as “justice for his beautiful girls”.
She said: “She’s so confused. Come 35 years, they won’t let her out. I won’t let her out.”
A court heard that Hussein launched a “campaign of vengeance” against random women in an unsuccessful bid to win the £321 million Mega Millions Super Jackpot lottery prize.
Police trace her through DNA and reveal a handwritten vow to a demonic entity named King Lucifues Rofocale to kill six women every six months, which was signed with blood.
Hussain denied the murders and refused to provide evidence at his trial, but pleaded guilty to two counts of murder and possession of a knife.
Sentencing him at least 35 years in the Old Bailey today, Mrs Justice Whipple said: “He has chosen his path and the consequences must come.”
He appeared via video link from Belmarsh High Security Prison for “Covid reasons” wearing a gray tracksuit.
Following Hussein’s sentencing in July, the sisters’ mother, the venerable Mina Smallman, said she had “never found such evil”.
In preparation for the murder, Hussein bought a knife from Asda and a black balaclava on Amazon, and signed up to a lottery betting website.
In the early hours of 6 June last year, they followed their victims as they celebrated Biba’s birthday at Fryant Country Park in Wembley, north London.
Hussain stabbed Biba eight times before killing Nicole 28 times as she fought bravely.
Then he dragged them to the bushes where they lay unnoticed for 36 hours.
‘Satanic Blood Pact’
During the barbaric attack, Hussain cut off his right hand with a 12 cm knife, which he dropped into the grass.
Over the next 10 days, Hussein spent £162.88 on lottery tickets and bets – without much success.
On the evening of June 6, the sisters’ worried loved ones reported them missing, but officers were not stationed at the park until the next day.
Before their arrival, Nicole’s frantic boyfriend Adam Stone, who couldn’t believe she would leave her pet bearded dragon unattended, found the bodies.
Officers then conducted a painstaking search and identified the DNA of an unidentified man from the knife, body and blood on the surrounding scene.
In a major breakthrough on June 30, 2020, a DNA family link was made with Hussain’s father, who had taken precautions in the past.
Within 90 minutes, Hussain was identified on CCTV as he bought a knife at Asda and returned home after the murders.
A search of his bedroom in south east London revealed a book of spells, handwritten demon symbols and two blood pacts.
No one expects their children to die before them, but killing two of your three children overnight is incomprehensible.
The jurors were not told of Hussein’s obsession with demons, spells and medicine.
He came to the attention of the police at the age of just 15 fearing that he was vulnerable to radicalization and violent extremism.
Before the murders, Hussein communicated with others about demons and love potions, and researched far-right and Norse mythology online.
He is believed to have been influenced by the work of an American black magician who has links with a British-based Nazi Satanist group known as the Order of the Nine Angles.
Last week, Facebook removed its Page and Instagram account and YouTube launched a review.
Two police constables have been charged with misconduct in public office after allegedly sharing pictures of the crime scene on WhatsApp, and are due to file the petition on November 2.
Separately, the Independent Office of Police Complaints concluded its investigation on its response to a preliminary missing persons report.
On Monday, the police watchdog found that the level of service provided by the Met over the weekend was “below the standard it should have been”.
In a statement to the court, Adam described the “endless struggle” since the discovery of the blood-soaked bodies of his girlfriend and her sister.
“Nicole was the most beautiful and caring person, both spiritually and physically. I love her with all my heart, every inch of my body and my soul,” he said.
“Nicole is my first thought, my second and every thought after that, and if I’m lucky enough to fall asleep I see her in my dreams. It’s all I’ve left to her.”
“It is almost impossible to put into words how I feel about losing Nicole, especially in this unimaginable and horribly violent way.
“The pictures of June 7 are forged in my mind; Even after a year has passed, I still find it impossible to look at his past. I will never be able to see what I saw.”
And the sisters’ mother echoed his words, condemning Hussein’s “lack of repentance”.
She said: “No one expects their children to die before them, but killing two of your three children overnight is incomprehensible.
“It’s been heartbreaking to be present in court; to hear how my dear Biba was killed along with her sister Nicole; to fear that the two girls are trying to save each other in their last moments.” and will be fighting for her life.
“That boy, Danyal Hussain, has shown not only that he has no respect for the court, but that he has no remorse for what he has done or the pain he has caused.”
The mother also said it was “horrifying” to hear of her daughters’ death in court in detail and that she felt “this man cannot have a heart”.
She continued: “If any good comes out of it then at least four other women will not find the same end in a so-called pact with a so-called demon.”
Speaking about Hussain’s sentencing, Home Secretary Priti Patel said that the government should “ultimately do a lot more in protecting and preventing these heinous crimes”.
When asked why missing person cases disproportionately affect black communities in relation to how the sisters’ case was originally reported, he said: “It’s a horrifyingly terrifying sad, sad case. Yes, it really is.
“And I think it’s really true that questions are being asked within the Metropolitan Police right now.
“We are very clear not only in our determination to do the work we are doing to stop violence against women and girls, but in making sure that we do more in terms of preventing abuse and preventing violence. .
“There is also an important message that everyone in the police must respond properly to complaints of violence, reporting of violence against women and girls, but ultimately do much more in protecting and preventing these hate crimes.”