SputnikNews.com ————— By Staff————– Tues., July 06, 2021
In June 2020 Nicole Smallman and her sister Bibaa Henry were stabbed to death as they celebrated the latter’s birthday in Fryent Country Park in north west London. The murders took place during the first coronavirus lockdown, when pubs and restaurants were closed.
A teenager has been found guilty of murdering two sisters after signing a contract with a demon to “sacrifice” women in returning for winning Britain’s National Lottery.
Danyal Hussein, 19, from Blackheath, south London, was convicted on Tuesday, 6 July of murdering Nicole Smallman, 27, a hospitality industry worker, and her sister Bibaa Henry, 46, a social worker, in Fryent Country Park in north west London on 5 June last year.
The killings took place during the first lockdown and, with pubs and restaurants closed, the sisters chose to celebrate Bibaa’s birthday in the park with a group of around 10 friends.
Prosecutor Oliver Glasgow QC told the jury the sisters were “brutally” stabbed to death in the early hours of Saturday 6 June 2020 after their friends had left and the pair danced and played with lights in the darkness.
Mr Glasgow said they were “taken by surprise” when Hussein attacked them for no reason.