Two men stabbed during fight about alcohol

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Ritual murder: Teen killed two sisters in blood pact ‘to win lottery’

Friends of the sisters made the gruesome discovery of their bodies – their limbs were found intertwined, at a nearby park

Two men stabbed during fight about alcohol

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A grim story is emerging out of the United Kingdom (UK): A 19-year-old man accused of brutally murdering two sisters, is alleged to have made a deal with the devil to sacrifice the women, in exchange for striking it big in the national lottery.

The sisters, 46-year-old Bibaa Henry and 27-year-old Nicole Smallman, were stabbed multiple times in June 2020, in the Saturday wee hours. The man alleged to have been behind the gruesome act is Danyal Hussein.

The sisters had apparently hosted a lockdown party in Fryent Country Park in Wembley north-west London. Hussein allegedly committed the heinous act at a park and the ghastliness of the discovery of their bodies is like no other: Their limbs were found intertwined and concealed in a hedgerow the next day, not far from where the party was.

Sisters murdered: An unthinkable tale of horror

Police allegedly uncovered a handwritten note in Danyal Hussein’s home purporting to make a bargain with a demon to “sacrifice” women for gain. The young man, who was only 18 years-old at the time, had apparently signed the “pledge” with his own blood.

The note was read out in court. “Agreement for the Lucifuge Rofocale,” it said in the beginning.

“Perform a minimum of six sacrifices every six months for as long as I am free and physically capable. Sacrifice only women. Build a temple for you. Do everything that I have promised. For me, win the Mega Millions Super Jackpot, to receive fruitful rewards in return for the future sacrifices I make to you”

“The rewards could consist of wealth and power. To never be suspected of any crimes by the police and also that the police will never know of any crimes that I have done and that I will do.”

Note from Danyal Hussein

Authorities managed to identify Hussein through DNA and CCTV camera footage. He had also purchased a knife matching the murder weapon and police found more evidence at his home.

The prosecutor in the case, Oliver Glasgow told the jury earlier in June, nearly a year since the senseless cult murders, that Hussein was confidence that his plan would work, having purchased several lotto tickets.

“As it turned out, the demon did not come good on the bargain, since not only did the defendant not win the lottery but the police identified all the evidence that links him to these two murders,” Glasgow said.