Jun 10, 2021
Tragic last pics of sisters dancing at party before teen ‘killed them in “satanic sacrifice” with knives from Asda’
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TRAGIC last photos of two sisters dancing at a birthday party before they were hacked to death in an alleged "Satanic sacrifice" were shown to a jury today.
Jurors today also saw CCTV of Danyal Hussein, 19, allegedly buying knives in Asda which he is alleged to have used to butcher Bibaa Henry, 46, and Nicole Smallman, 27, in a park last June.9Pictures of Bibaa Henry and Nicole Smallman were found on Bibaa's phone taken in Fryent Country ParkCredit: PA 9This selfie was taken taken just after 1am, minutes before it is believed they were attackedCredit: PA 9Danyal Hussein, 19, allegedly slaughtered Bibaa Henry, 46, and her 27-year-old half-sister Nicole Smallman in a "frenzied" and "savage" attackCredit: PA
The sisters appeared in high spirits on June 5 last year as they prepared for a party in Fryent Country Park in Wembley to celebrate Ms Henry's birthday.
Ms Smallman danced a jig and chatted to a cashier at a Co-op in Kingbury as they bought picnic provision before driving to the park in Ms Henry's purple Audi.
Ms Henry was shown carrying a bulging blue bag as they walked into the park before other guests arrived.9Danyal Hussein allegedly used his bank card to buy five kitchen knives from Asda 9The court was told Bibaa and Nicole had been celebrating the former's birthday with pals in the Wembley parkCredit: PA 9After their guests left, they stayed behind alone to continue the party - playing with fairy lights and dancing togetherCredit: PA
In pictures taken from the party the sisters were dancing and having a good time, the jury heard.
After their guests had left, the women stayed on and took three more selfie photographs early on June 6.
But in the final image shortly after 1am, the sisters appeared distracted by something on the left, out of shot.
Soon after, it is alleged that Hussein launched a ferocious attack, stabbing Ms Henry eight times and Ms Smallman 28 times before dragging them into a hedgerow.
The defendant had allegedly been caught on CCTV walking into the park earlier then returning to his father's house after 4am without his trousers on.
The sisters' bodies were discovered by concerned friends on June 7 last year, along with a bloody knife.
A bottle of tonic water, bought by the sisters at the Co-op, was found dumped in a bush nearby, jurors have heard.
The bottle had blood on it which allegedly matched Hussein's DNA.9Danyal Hussein denies murderCredit: PA 9He reportedly spent £32.29 on the purchasesCredit: PA 9It is claimed that a blood-stained knife found at the scene is identical to the ones in ASDACredit: PA
Jurors were also shown CCTV footage which allegedly showed Hussein buying a set of knives at Asda near Edgeware Road three days before the killings.
It is claimed that a blood-stained knife found at the scene is identical to one of the set and also that it had DNA matching the defendant and Ms Smallman on it.
Hussein used his passport as proof of age and had to take off his face mask at the cash desk to buy the Taylor's Eye Witness block of five knives, jurors heard.
He spent £32.29 on the purchases, which also included chewing gum, pre-mix drinks cans, lemons and two candles, the court heard.
The knife block appeared too large to fit into a blue Nike rucksack so Hussein put it in an Asda Bag for Life, the court heard.
Following the killings, Hussein was seen on CCTV going to hospital with his father Kamal to get a cut to his hand treated.
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Presenting the CCTV evidence at the Old Bailey, Detective Constable Jo Hinchliffe said he had trawled through 450 hours of footage.
Prosecutor Oliver Glasgow QC said: "Mr Hussein does not accept he appears in the majority or all of the footage. This is of course a matter that is in dispute."
Hussein, of Guy Barnett Grove, Blackheath, south-east London, has denied double murder and possessing a knife.
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