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A TEENAGER who murdered sisters Bibaa Henry and Nicole Smallman in a west London park last year was handed a life sentence today.
Danyal Hussein murdered the sisters in a random attack which he believed would act as a “sacrifice” to a demonic entity called King Lucifuge Rofocale in order to win the lottery.
Handing down the sentence at the Old Bailey on Thursday, Ms Justice Whipple told Mr Hussein: “You committed these vicious attacks. You did it to kill. You did it for money and a misguided pursuit of power.
“Bizarre though your pact with the devil may appear to others, this was your belief system, your own commitment to the murder of innocent women.”
He was jailed for life with a minimum term of 35 years after being found guilty of two counts of murder and possession of a knife. The judge said she could not give him a whole-life order because of his age.
Speaking outside the court, the sisters’ mother Mina Smallman said that she had justice for her “beautiful girls.”
Ms Smallman vowed to fight him ever being released, saying “come 35 years’ time they will not let him out. I will not let them.”
Smallman and Henry were killed in a park in Wembley while celebrating a birthday.
It is believed that Mr Hussein was influenced by the work of a US black magician who has associated himself with a British-based Nazi Satanist group known as the Order of Nine Angles.
The murders have sparked renewed calls for the government to ban the group.
Hope Not Hate chief executive Nick Lowles said: “We have been warning of their promotion of terrorism and sexual violence, and called on ministers to act by banning the group.
“The Order of Nine Angles is determined to promote and inspire terrorism. They must be banned.”
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