A teenager was convicted and sentenced for the brutal stabbing murder of two women over a satanic pact he believed he had made with a demon to win the lottery.
Police said 19-year-old Danyal Hussein attacked the two sisters, Bibaa Henry and Nicole Smallman, in June 2020 as they were celebrating a birthday in a park in London.
Hussein stabbed Henry eight times and stabbed Smallman 28 times.
He later said to police that he had made a pact with a demon to kill six women every six months. In return, he believed that the demon would make him win the Mega Millions Super Jackpot lottery.
When police searched his home, they found a hand-written "agreement" where Hussein outlined what he believed Satan wanted in return for the lottery victory.
"Perform a minimum of six sacrifices every six months for as long as I am free and physically capable," the note read.
"Sacrifice only women," the chilling note continued. "Build a temple for you."
Hussein signed the pact in blood and left a signature spot for the demon open to sign.
Part of the pact also asked for protection for Hussein from police investigation. He was convicted in July 2020 for the two murders.
On Thursday, Hussein was given two sentences of 35 years in prison each, to be served concurrently. In Britain, people under the age of 21 cannot be sentenced to life in prison. The court also said that it decided on a shorter sentence for Hussein because he was diagnosed on the autism spectrum.
A report from the BBC documented how Hussein might have been directly inspired to commit the murders through an online forum dedicated to magic spell casting that specifically tells how to make online pacts with demons.
Here's a news report about the brutal satanic killing:
London teenager who murdered sisters influenced by satanic beliefs - BBC News www.youtube.com