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Teenager kills two women in hopes to win the lottery

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What lengths would you go to in order to win the Lottery? Everyone knows that gambling winnings are purely based on luck, and there’s not much you can do to win except getting a ticket and hope for the best. Nonetheless, people pray, buy lucky charms, and have their fingers crossed.  Danyal Hussein, a British teen, did a lot more than just pray -  he made a pact with the evil forces in order to win the Lottery. 

Teenager kills two women in hopes to win the lottery
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Danyal signed a blood contract with the kingdom of darkness and promised a demon named "Mighty King Lucifuge Rofocale" to kill six women every six months for as long as he lives if he can get the lucky scratch off.

It seems like the teen wanted to make this number symbolic as 666 is the number of the beast (Lucifer). Danyal was reported to promise the following actions, "perform a minimum of six sacrifices every six months for as long as I am free and physically capable"

A British teenager was found guilty on Tuesday of murdering two sisters, as part of a pact he believed he had made with demonic forces to kill at least six women every six months in exchange for a future lottery win.

Danyal Hussein, now 19, stabbed to death Bibaa Henry, 46, and Nicole Smallman, 27, in a savage attack in a country park in northwest London in June last year after they had celebrated Henry's birthday with friends, police said.

Hussein had carried out the murders to fulfill his side of a "contract" with the demon "Mighty King Lucifuge Rofocale", which he signed using his own blood, promising to "perform a minimum of six sacrifices every six months for as long as I am free and physically capable", police told reporters. After the arrest, he also stated that he was doing this to "win the Mega Millions Super Jackpot". In the contract, Danyal also asked for other “fruitful” rewards, and to never be suspected by the police. But that didn’t work out too well, did it. 

However, he only accomplished a small fragment of the contract, as only two women were found dead. Authorities are convinced that he would keep going if he wasn’t stopped right there and then. 

Henry refused to share passwords to any of his web accounts, but the authorities quickly discovered that he had access to the dark web. Although there is no proof that he got these satanic ideas from the pits of the internet, it’s most likely the case. The dark web is known to contain satanic content. One related detail was brought to light - Danyal was speaking to people online about love spells and witchcraft-related activities. But that is no concrete evidence for how the teen got involved in this mess. 

So, this is what went down. Two sisters, Henry and Smallman were spending time at Wembley's Fryent Park to celebrate with friends. As everyone started to leave the event, the sisters decided to hang out for longer - almost until the sunrise. 

Henry and Smallman took 150 photos before the killer arrived. As the teen approached the sisters, he stabbed Henry eight times, and caused severe bodily harm to Smallman, leaving her with 28 wounds. It appears as if Smallman was fighting back.

Danyal then pulled the bodies into woodland, in hopes to get away with the evil deed. Smallman’s boyfriend grew worried and decided to look for them at the park a day and a half later since he knew that was their last visited location. Unfortunately, he had to find both women dead and covered in blood. 

The police arrived at the scene and managed to trace the bloodstains which led them to Danyal’s mother’s house where he lived. But wasn’t until over a month later that the authorities found the suspect. The teen’s hand was damaged, and the police believe that it was the only reason he didn’t kill more women during that period of time. According to the blood contract, he still had four to go. 

Detectives found the contract signed with Danyal’s blood, and several lottery tickets. They also discovered demonic sigils and a handwritten book of spells. Some of them included rituals on how to get women to be attracted to him. According to the police, the teen was “a very arrogant young man”. He also claimed he was autistic, which was a blatant lie to get out of trouble. Even the police made a comment claiming that he was also a brilliant guy aside from the obvious horrific deeds. Unfortunately, Danyal wasn’t getting any treatment or help from professionals, which could have easily deterred him from this chilling path. 

Danyal denied involvement and stated that all of “this” was an elaborate conspiracy. But of course, he was still found guilty regardless of his claims - the evidence was as transparent as it gets. The jury at London's Old Bailey court concluding the final verdict, and the teen is expected to be sentenced in the following months. 

The authorities managed to do something extremely ridiculous as well, as two police officers took "inappropriate" photos at the murder scene, later sharing them on WhatsApp. The due was charged with misconduct in public office. Not counting this particular incident, authorities did a phenomenal job sorting out the case. The sisters' mother, Mina Smallman, expressed her gratuity on Tuesday for bringing justice to the situation.

"Today we remember our girls as the wonderful strong women they were. We hope that some good will come out of this horrible story," the mother commented. 

The menacing teen was deemed fit to stand trial after several professionals examined him. Needless to say, this was a deliberately thought-out plan. 

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