Prosecutors argued in a controversial case in the UK that the deaths of the two sisters in Wembley Park last year were human sacrifices made to win the lottery. According to the public prosecutor’s office, a handwritten contract with the devil was found in the suspect’s home, promising to sacrifice blood for the winning lottery ticket.
Last June, 46-year-old Bibaa Henry celebrated her birthday in the park with friends and her 27-year-old sister Nicole Smallman. After that, the two sisters stayed to take pictures with LED lights. In the middle of the night, they became victims of knife attacks.
The next morning, relatives found their bodies in the bushes of the park. The eldest sister was stabbed 8 dollars, the smallest 28 dollars.
The case caused a sensation, and the family argued that the police had no interest in the disappearance of the two black women. In addition, two police officers were condemned for taking and sharing selfies at the crime scene.
One month after the murder, an 18-year-old boy was arrested. According to the police, he bought a set of knives, which may be used for murder. He also appeared in surveillance images around the park, where his DNA material was found, and a day later he reported the wound to the hospital.
The suspect insisted that he was innocent, even though the house search revealed a contract with the devil, with his fingerprints on it and his blood on it.
It seems that the devil has not fulfilled the agreement.
The document promises that if the devil can provide the winning ticket for the Mega Million Super Jackpot and ensure that no murder will ever be discovered, multiple human sacrifices will be made. Some lots are folded in the contract.
“It seems that the devil has not fulfilled the agreement,” the prosecutor said of the murder at the beginning of the trial. “Not only did the suspect fail to win the lottery, the police also found all the evidence linking him to these murders.”
This process is expected to take one month.