A British teenager has been sentenced to life in prison for cold-blooded murder of two brothers in a London park after he allegedly had a blood contract with a demon. 19-year-old Daniel Hussein was sentenced to a minimum of 35 years in prison.
Hussein had used his blood to sign a Luc contract with the demon “Lucifuge Rofocale” to make “six sacrifices” of women every six months in exchange for winning the lottery.
He stayed true to his part of the deal in June 2020 by attacking Biba Henry, 46, and Nicole Smallman’s half-sister, 27, as they were leaving a birthday party.
He sprayed the corpses with his blood
The 19-year-old repeatedly stabbed his victims in Fryent Country Park, cutting off his hand and spraying his blood on their bodies and belongings. He stabbed Henry eight times and Smallman 28 before dragging their bodies behind bushes.
“This was a calculated and deliberate move that was carefully planned and carried out,” Judge Philippa Whipple was quoted as saying by the Guardian.
“As strange as the agreement with the devil may seem to others, this was your belief system, your commitment to the murder of innocent women.”
The teenager refused to testify at the trial and denied responsibility for the creepy demonic contract and the murders.
He was found guilty in July.
Hussein was provocative during the trial as he laughed as he listened to the announcement of his sentence, and when the judge spoke to him, he turned his chair away from the camera as if he wanted to turn his back on the judge, the BBC reported.
Mina Smallman, the victims’ mother, said justice had been served after the conviction. “He is a devastated man who – if he had not been caught – four other families might have suffered what we are going through,” he said.
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