Murderer Danyal Hussein and The Satanic Sacrifice that wasn't
After the guilty verdict at his trial Danyal Hussein was sensationally
described by the British Press in 72 point headlines as a far-right
Satanic terrorist whose motivation to kill two sisters, Bibaa Henry and
Nicole Smallman, was part of a sacrificial rite to gain a big win on the Lottery.
We are not here to mitigate the disgusting actions of Danyal Hussein and
we hope he rots in prison for his awful crime, however, despite landing
society with the Satanic Panic hysteria of 1990 from which we are still
suffering, it didn't take the Great British Media long to jump back on
that bandwagon and reinterpret the facts to portray this as a case of
Satanic Abuse when it wasn't.
It's the job of the SAFF to research these types of cases and inject
rational and factual debate. When this is done the crimes of
Danyal Hussein can be seen to be nothing more than the actions of a
psychopath whose back-story was replete with warning signs. Warning
signs which the police, local authorities and the anti-terrorism police apparently
missed in the cacophony of outrage about his murderous rampage.
particular this case is important because the mother of the two women
who were so evilly murdered, Mina Smallman, had been an
Arch-deacon of the Church of England and was the first female
Arch-Deacon from a black and minority ethnic background. A fantastic
achievement. These facts have no relevance to the murders
themselves as the victims were chosen entirely randomly, but the Satanic
claims made by the police will have an extra resonance to all those
Christian evangelists who believe in the existence of SRA; and they are
growing in number as Qanon propaganda filters down through the
fundamentalist network. Some of them actually claim, completely
irrationally, that Satanists seek out Christians to
sacrifice! The irresponsible reporting about
this case will exacerbate that irrationality. Our
condolences go out to Mina Smallman and we hope she can come to terms
with this futile crime but I am equally as sure that she will not want
the tragedy of the killing of her daughters to generate a witch-hunt
against innocent people whether they have adopted a philosophical belief
in Satanism or not.
Those who believe in the existence of Satanic Ritual Abuse have had great
difficulty finding cases of it. After 32 years of them trying to do so an army of
fundamentalist agitators still haven't come up with a clear case of what
they term 'Satanic Abuse' and after the Danyal Hussein case they're now queuing up to paint Hussein
as proof of it. Nothing could be further from the truth,
as we will explain in detail below.
1: Hussein wasn't a Satanist.
Police Photographs of Hussein's bedroom show five 'magical sigils'
and a piece of paper which was headlined by the press as as a
'Pact with The Devil' which Hussein had signed in his own blood.
The police said it was an invocation to the demon Lucifuge Rofocale. But that Lucifuge Rofocale ritual was not from any Satanic Book or Rite.
2: The 'pact' he reproduced and signed in blood was taken from an 18th
century Christian grimoire (the Grand Grimoire) and does not constitute a
3: There is no satanic ritual extant which demands human sacrifice and
the Grand Grimoire didn't either. The idea of human
sacrifice came from the twisted mind of Hussein himself, not from the
Grimoire. You might in fact say that he was primed with it by
those who consistently promote the idea of imaginary Satanic
The Sigils / Pantacles which Hussein drew were
taken, originally, from The Lemegeton, (AKA the Lesser Key of Solomon) a
purported mid 17th century manuscript of Judaeo-Christian magic.
This book is a rendition of the Qabbalistic (i.e. Judaic)
'Schemhamphorash', the 72 lettered name of Jehovah, and accordingly there
are 72 seals or pantacles appropriate to the 72 sections of the
zodiacal belt, in which the holy powers are represented by angels
and lesser spirits which are given fanciful and legendary names.
The 'demon name' Lucifuge Rofocale which Hussein chose was in fact an invention of the Grand
Grimoire - it appears nowhere else in esoteric literature. In court the police said they had found a
'a green divider, officers unfolded some green paper to find a note addressed to the demon Lucifuge Rofocale'.
This was a key part of the evidence which the police put forward to
insinuate a Satanic crime, yet the Grand Grimoire is a book of Christian
Magic as can be seen from this extract from the invocation of Lucifuge Rofocale here:
Great Lucifuge, I request that you abandon your dwelling in whatever
part of the world it should be, to come and speak with me. Otherwise I
will force you by the power of the great living God and his dear Son and the Holy Spirit;
So it has nothing to do with Satanism. But a lot to do with the ignorance of police, prosecution, the courts and juries!
The sigils (spiritual monograms) were normally drawn in the centre of magic circles
containing ancillary sigils and other complex calligraphy. I
append to the right an example for talisman 31 from Lemegeton which is for the spirit called Bune .
sigils which Hussein drew (see left) contained only the sigils and
omitted the extra detail. This would suggest he was either working
from Arthur Edward Waite's Book of Ceremonial Magic (a
compilation work of several grimoires which contained the sigils only
from the Lemegeton ) or a modern book which had plagiarised Waite's
Similarly, as the photo on the left shows he drew them exceedingly large and beyond any practical use. Normally such
pantacles / talismans are drawn approximately 10cm in diameter and
sometimes smaller so that they can be carried around in an inside pocket
close the bearer's skin so that the 'magic' works on them throughout
It is therefore clear
that Hussein didn't really know what he was doing and was probably simply
copying the sigils from a book, or from on-line information. The police said that Hussein invoked the spirit Lucifuge Rofocale to make a blood pact to sacrifice humans but Lucifuge Rofocale is not mentioned in any of the Grimoires he drew sigils from.
Indeed Lucifuge Rofocale is peculiar only to the Grand Grimoire,
a spurious manuscript dating from around 1700. The content has little
authenticity and so is not valued by occult scholars. However, an even
more important insight is that there are very few actual sigils shown in
the Grand Grimoire yet one of them which is crucial is the Sigil of Lucifuge Rofocale which must be added to any pact.
Here it is on the left but from what we've seen Hussein had no clue about it and didn't use it on his 'pact'. It appears Hussein didn't know what he was really doing and was just a dabbler.
Byleth, Beleth and Hussein's Ignorance of Occult Matters.
The BBC reported that
Hussein's bedroom, near the contract with Lucifuge Rofocale, police
found another handwritten letter pledging to "offer some blood" in
exchange for making a girl at his school "fall deeply in love with me". The
note, addressed to Queen Byleth and signed "Danyal", asked that this
girl would "believe and see that I am the only one for her" and that he
would be "more attractive to women romantically". In exchange, he promised to "burn insense [sic] in your name, offer some sweet drink, offer chocolate" and "offer some blood".' [source: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-london-57722035]
Even in Grimoires stuffed with the names of legions of spirits there is no Queen Byleth.
Female spirits are extremely rare in the grimoires ( one minor spirit
is mentioned in passing in The Black Pullet Grimoire, which is
hardly a demonological treatise!). Indeed, the only Queen Byleth we know of is a fictional character in the Nintendo Fantasy Game Fire Emblem.
There is however a male spirit-King called Beleth in the Lemmegeton
Grimoire, and indeed Beleth's seal/sigil is one
of those shown on the police photo taken in Hussein's room, see
left. This is another indication of the fact that Hussein
was not a genuine occultist but a dabbler who was just
guessing. Here are Beleth's powers.
Which brings me to the problem of
paraphernalia. All working occultists will have not only a large
library of magical reference works and copies of the most well-known
grimoires but according to the police only one spellbook was found in
Hussein's room. Similarly, in the text of the Grand Grimoire specific
instructions are given for magical paraphernalia and tools which are
required to be made by the operant before invoking Lucifuge
Rofocale. Where are those magical tools? The police
did not find any.
XIII. BELETH, a terrible and mighty king, riding on a
pale horse, preceded by all manner of musicians. He is very furious
when first summoned, and must be commanded into a triangle or circle
with the hazel wand of the Magician pointed to the South-East. He must
be received courteously and with homage, but a silver ring must be worn
on the middle finger of the left hand, which must he held against the
face. He procures love between man and woman and is of the Order of the
Another sigil used by Hussein was that for the spirit Focalor
which is again taken from the Lemegeton. We have reproduced Hussein's
drawing of it to the left and a section of the appropriate part of the
Lemegeton to the right.
Clearly none of this is Satanism and
as you can see by reading the 'powers' of the spirit, none of it
involves or demands any form of human sacrifice. Neither is Human Sacrifice mentioned in the Grand Grimoire.
The Crucial History of Magical Grimoires
During the 17c there was a healthy trade in hand-written/hand-drawn
manuscripts. They were often written to sell at princely sums to
collectors from the nobility. Occultists and
occult scholars know not to trust them. Most of them were an
extension of the 'confessions' gained under torture during the trials
of heretics and witches which created the 'demonology' of 'Devil
Worship'. Ecclesiastical courts would torture innocent
people until they 'confessed' their work for the devil.
Interrogators of the inquisition would 'put the question' and in order
to stop their suffering victims who were being tortured would naturally
implicate others. The questioner would continue to gather 'names
of devils' from the tortured and anything they made up was written down
in church annals only to be stitched together into a comprehensive
'demonology' at a later date, and often used by the churches (which
controlled printing and publishing) to condemn other 'heretics' or
dissenters. The Malleus Maleficarum written by two
German priests, Kramer and Sprenger, was published in 1484 and is the
classic example for it acted as a training manual for other priests to
torture and obtain confessions from 'witches' and more or less created the 'science' of demonology.
In 1801 the first English language version of these ancient demonologies, termed 'grimoires' (grammars of demonology) was
published by Francis Barrett under the title of The Magus.
Barrett's idea was to amalgamate all the authenticated
and corrected books of ancient magical practice which had been
suppressed by the Church so that 'modern'
esotericists could investigate their NON-SATANIC methods. Remember,
all these grimoires came originally from Church libraries. The Magus also contained potted
biographies of historical personages connected with Christian Magic such
as Paracelsus, Raymond Luly, Flammel, John Dee, Francis Bacon
and many others.
Barrett omitted the nonsense from the Grand Grimoire, The Book of
Honorius, The Grimorium Verum, and
other spurious forgeries such as The Black Pullet as being a trap for
the unwary scholar.
In 1889 the esotericist and occult scholar Macregor Mathers was the first to
publish an English language version of The Key of Solomon, which is considered the 'father of all grimoires', in a limited edition of 500 copies. The Key of Solomon
was supposed to be the actual spiritual workbook which King Solomon used
and had been passed down through the Hebraic priestly line. The Key of Solomon,
or something like it, has a very ancient pedigree and though nobody
believes that the 15c manuscripts still extant contained anything other
than spurious admixtures, occult scholars seek to find in them gems of
wisdom left over from biblical times. Note that all of this is Judaeo-Christian magic, not Satanism. Mathers was writing for other esoteric scholars, not for
public consumption. This was when the modern
English occult renaissance was in progress. He based his book on
several 16C manuscripts in the British Museum.
In 1898 a Church of England vicar Arthur Edward Waite, published a
moral treatise titled The Book of Ceremonial Magic, which
tried to trace a lineage in the old Grimoires. He compiled information
from the earliest extant manuscripts and amalgamated each step of their
magical rites to see if there was any underlying ancient foundation or
method. He included The Grand Grimoire in his compendium though consistently
discredited it as disingenuous in his comments.
Even so, it is important to underline that NONE of these grimoires of
magical practice, call for or insist upon any form of human
sacrifice. There is no mention of human sacrifice in any of
them. If Hussein read human sacrifice into them it was his own
So Hussein appears to have cobbled together some misconceived idea of
what Ritual Magicians are supposed to do. Here is the actual invocation
of Lucifuge Rofocale from the Grand
Grimoire, and by its side we have printed the 'Satanic Pact'
written by Danyal Hussein and presented in court as evidence. You will see that his 'pact' is an
ill-informed, and spurious invention of his own.
'Emperor Lucifer, master of all the rebel spirits, I ask you to be
favourable in my summons of your Great Minister Lucifuge Rofocale, since
I wish to make a pact with him.
I also request that you, Prince Belezebuth, protect me in any undertaking. Count Astaroth be propitious and ensure
that the great Lucifuge appears to me tonight in human guise and without
emitting foul odours and that he grant me as per the pact that I will
present to him, all of the riches which I require.
O great Lucifuge, I request that you abandon your dwelling in whatever
part of the world it should be, to come and speak with me. Otherwise I
will force you by the power of the great living God and his dear Son and
the Holy spirit, obey now or I will eternally torment you by the
authority of the
powerful words of Solomon's great Clavicle of which he made use to
oblige the rebel Spirits to receive his part; therefore, appear as
quickly as possible or I will continually torment you by the authority
of the powerful words of the Clavicle,
Aglon, Tetagram, vancheon,
stimulamathon, expherts, tetragrammathon, riporan, icion, esition
existien eryone, onera erasyn moyn messians soter Emanuel Sabaoth,
Adonay te adoro et invoco.
The Pact with Lucifuge Rofocale from the Grand Grimoire pp26
Note Well, there is no mention of nor demand for any form of
sacrifice in the above nor in any of the rest of the Grand Grimoire.
For the Mighty King Lucifuge Refocale
Perform a minimum of six sacrifices every six months for as long as I am free and physically capable.
- Sacrifice only women
- Build a temple for you
- Do everything that I have promised.
- Win the Mega Milliions Super Jackpot
Receive To receive fruitful rewards in return for the future sacrifices I make to you, the rewards could consist of wealth and power.
- To never be suspected of any crimes by the police, and also that the
police will never know of any crimes that I have done and that I will
Me: Danyal King Lucifuge Rofocale.
Hussein's father was Iraqi and presumably Moslem.
Observers might ask, why would a dark skinned man of Iraqi extraction get involved
with a 'far right group'? The police said that Hussein
considered himself Aryan. That's a different thing to being a
Neo-Nazi. Encyclopaedia Britannica explains:
So having done research on Nordic races it would make sense perhaps for
Hussein, whose ancestors were Iraqi, to ally himself with Aryans.
That's a different thing to being a Neo-Nazi. Neo-Nazi groups are almost
exclusively racist. Would they have entertained Hussein?
'Aryan: name originally given to a people who were said to speak an archaic Indo-European language and who were thought to have settled in prehistoric times in ancient Iran and the northern Indian subcontinent.
The theory of an “Aryan race” appeared in the mid-19th century and
remained prevalent until the mid-20th century. According to the hypothesis,
those probably light-skinned Aryans were the group who invaded and
conquered ancient India from the north and whose literature, religion,
and modes of social organization subsequently shaped the course of
Indian culture, particularly the Vedic religion that informed and was eventually superseded by Hinduism.
Hussein's father left the family home during his teenage years and he
stayed sporadically at each of their homes. His school reported him as
having been radicalised or being a
candidate for radicalisation, when he was 15.
In October 2017, aged 15, he was referred to the de-radicalisation
scheme because of 'content he had accessed on school computers',
far-right material'. We are not told what that 'far right
material' consisted of nor what other radical groups he had accessed
were interested in but presumably none were Satanic otherwise they would
have been mentioned would they not?
Prior to this Hussein had been diagnosed with Autism but apparently was not receiving any treatment [Source:]
So Hussein was in the Prevent de-radicalisation program during 2017 - 2018 and
was supposedly checked every six months or so after that, yet went out
and killed these poor sisters on 6 June 2020. Obviously the
de-radicalisation program didn't work and I'm of the opinion that
blaming his evil psychopathic actions on Satanism is an easy get-out to
avoid public scrutiny of the failures of these radicalisation
programs. Some estimates say that 95% of radicalisation programmes
fail. In other words they have little or no effect on curbing the
psychopathic tendencies of people who are on them. This 2018
study, published whilst Hussein was being 'deradicalised' shows just how
bad they can be. https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/most-programmes-to-stop-radicalisation-are-failing-0bwh9pbtd
'He was put on the "Channel programme" - for the most concerning Prevent
cases - which discharged him in 2018, although he was seen again six and
12 months later.' [source]
radicalisation programs were set up specifically to deal with
radicalised Moslems. A
handful of disconnected racially motivated right-wing attacks in
recent years have seen the terrorism police work-up the idea that there
is an equal number of
terrorist dangers from people on the far-right. Yet clearly the
number of terrorist
attacks and plans stemming from Islamic extremists far outweighs those
from the right both in frequency and in seriousness.
We are not told how Hussein was radicalised.
Although it was made much of during the trial and in the publicity afterwards
this Extreme Right-Wing terrorism link has not been proven in any way,
the police have suspicions but no actual evidence.
In other words the police have no actual evidence that he was linked
with, followed or took part in any far-right or Satanic group
activities, or had any cult-like ideology at all, they just suspect that
had researched Norse mythology and the far-right on the dark web, while
discussing demons and love potions to others online. But the true
depths of his cult-like ideology remain largely
unknown because Hussein refused to hand over his passwords
The idea that there is a phalanx of Extreme
Right wing Nazi Satanists conspiring to commit murderous terrorist acts
first floated by the anti-fascist magazine 'Searchlight' in the 1990s during the Satanic Panic hysteria.
They couldn't make a connection then and I haven't seen any proof of it
since. Some Satanists will be racists. Some will be from the
far-right, but to suggest that there is a Satanic racist far-right
on a parallel with ISIS is over-egging it.
research shows that the REAL threat from the
far-right comes from extreme fanatical fundamentalist Christians, not
Satanists. See Anders Breivik's mass killing of 70 young people at Utoya Island in 2011 which the SAFF analysed in detail here
and which the authorities have learned little from. Breivik was a
confirmed and evangelical Christian. How misguided and
duplicitous then is the
following piece of evil propaganda from BBC hack Daniel De Simone after
Satanism and the far right
Analysis by Daniel De Simone, BBC home affairs (SAFF comments in Red)
is a crossover between elements of the extreme right wing and certain
forms of Satanism and the occult, meaning Danyal Hussein's ideological
journey is perhaps less unusual than it might seem.' (Prejudiced unfact: Satanists tend
to be from the right of the political spectrum. Some Satanists are
Neo-Nazis, but the majority are simply Hedonists with a Goth lifestyle. There is only one form
of philosophical Satanism, which is comprehensively explained in Anton LaVey's book,
The Satanic Bible (1966) and his group, The Church of Satan has never
been involved in any crime of any kind, terrorist or otherwise and SAFF records over three decades prove that
so-called 'Satanic Crime' is exceedingly rare. Rarer than any other form
of criminal activity by far.)
'Misogyny is also a common theme of this world, generating a deeply toxic blend of beliefs.'
(If De Simone repeated that to most lady Satanists they'd come back with a retort that would wither his scrotum! You would soon learn, De Simone, that genuine Neo-Satanism empowers
women and does not subjugate them. Lady Satanists are self-reliant , the last thing they need is protection from patronising men like De Simone)
2019, six young men - five of them teenagers - have been convicted of
extreme right-wing terrorism offences connected to a violent form of
Satanism. Two neo-Nazi groups recently banned as terrorist organisations
have promoted the ideology.'
(More BBC untruths. Why has De Simone tracked back three years to find a year which featured Satanic Far-Right convictions? Five of these young men were convicted of being
members of an outlawed Far-Right group (not for committing an actual
terrorist act). They also had passing interests in the Occult which were worked-up to
discredit them in court. In 2017 there were twice as many Islamic plots uncovered as Far-Right. Far-Right = 8, Islamic = 16. Still very small when compared with, say, knife crime murders which numbered 275 (two hundred and seventy five deaths) the same year. One must try to get a sense of proportion here. Note that these Far-Right plots were said to have been foiled, there were no actual terrorist attacks committed. As far as we can ascertain none of the 2017 eight were Satanists. Clearly , the death toll for Islamic attacks over the past 20 years is astronomically higher than those done by people accused of being Far-Right and falsely accusing them of being Satanists doesn't alter this. In 2017 Islamic State terrorist Naa'imur Zakariyah Rahma, tried to kill
the prime minister Theresa May and later the same year Mohiussunnath
Chowdhury slashed police officers with a knife outside Buckingham Palace. Chowdhury was tried but astonishingly found not guilty of terrorism, he was later discovered in 2018 to be planning further terrorist attacks so was arrested again. . This Wikipedia page has a list of actual terrorist attacks. The media's focus on Far-Right terrorism began after the 2018 Finsbury Park Mosque attack by racist Darren Osborne in which an Asian man was killed when Osborne drove his van into a crowd 'because he hated Moslems'. Osborne had no interest in Satanism or the Occult. To imply that all Satanists are likely terrorists is a downright and some may say, a convenient lie.
boy, who was convicted in 2019 of planning a terrorist attack, had
written of hunting for women in a forest, in a disturbing echo of
A 'disturbing echo'? Really? Well we don't have to go back to 2019 Simone. Here's a 'disturbing echo' of Hussein's Crimes
from just a few weeks before Hussein's trial in which a Pakistani man
choked a 14 year old girl to death and then set alight to the house and
killed her mother as well. (see image on the right) I
think that a double-killing of two females is more of a 'disturbing
echo' of Hussein's crimes than someone who had written that he might
hunt for women in a forest don't you? Particularly when Hussein
didn't kill his victims 'in a forest' anyway, it was parkland, not a
words 'Satanist' and 'Far Right' do not appear in this 'Handyman',
case because Shahbaz Khan was not a Satanist, he killed because he had robbed his victims of gold jewellery. However there was a supernatural dimension to the case because this evil double-murderer tried to blame his
killings on 'Djinns - Islamic spirits - whom he
claimed had slayed his victims instead of him! A bit like when, in the absence
of a motive, the police implied that it was Hussein's belief in Satanism
that caused him to kill when in reality he killed because he was a
psychopath who wasn't stopped by the mechanisms of State when he came to their notice earlier.
Didn't you remember this Handyman case when you were writing your self-righteous nonsense De Simone?
Violent psychopaths are violent psychopaths and you do our
society a great disservice in trying to float despicable stereotypes of
Satanists and shibboleths of the far-right to confuse the issue. ) [source]
people start with a far-right ideology, explore the extreme right, and
wind up - typically via the culture of certain online spaces -
influenced by cruel and violent occult ideas, encouraging the very worst
of human nature.' (
Bit like BBC staff eh De Simone? Bashir? Savile? Do you know how many murders
and crimes have been committed by Christian Pastors and churchmen , De
Simone? Take a look here: After seeing this are you going to condemn Christianity as well as Satanism? Are
you going to blame all Christians for 'encouraging the worst of human
nature' or just the actions of a few of them? Are you going to
blame the whole of Christianity for what some maverick Christians have done? More and more you seem to be driven by bigotry. Perhaps by referring to 'the very worst of human nature' you meant the Silesian Christian inquisitor who built a special oven in which he roasted alive 42 innocent women accused of heresy in 1651? Get off your puritanical self-righteous high-horse De Simone, there have never been any Satanic Crimes to compare with what the orthodox religions have achieved.
'The raid on Hussein's home came almost a month after the bodies of the sisters were discovered intertwined, as if laid out as a sacrifice, in the undergrowth of Fryent Country Park in Wembley, north-west London.'
last egregious misinterpretation from De Simone is typical of the kind of unprofessional
reporting we have come to expect from the BBC. Firstly
there is no prior example of people being 'laid out as a sacrifice' and
no extant rituals or liturgy which demand that, it is a fiction. This evil
justification was tried in the tragic case of poor Rikki Neave
which the SAFF first exposed in 1996 when other evil people used
that same lie to succeeded in imprisoning Rikki's mother for 'ritually
sacrificing him'. See http://saff.nfshost.com/rikkineave.htm
Twenty four years later, after years in prison, and when Ruth Neave's
life had been destroyed by that lie, the police found the REAL killer of Rikki and banged him up. There was no sacrifice involved in any of it, it was plain murder, no occult or satanic connection at all.
Trying that trick again is a despicable act of journalistic cowardice
De Simone and you should forever hang your head in shame for using it.
Lastly, it is interesting to see the police and the courts work-up the
'Satanic' connections and beliefs of Danyal Hussein in order to demonise
him and sway the jury. This is EXACTLY what the SAFF said
happens on a regular basis. When there is a shortage of actual
forensic evidence links with the occult are quite often dragged in to
discredit the accused and ensure a conviction. Our files are full
of examples. Be sure to
understand that we are not in any way decrying the result of the trial
or defending Hussein's actions.
This man was obviously guilty on the forensic evidence alone,the police
did a remarkable job and Hussein should
spend a very long time in prison. What we repudiate is the idea
that he did it because he was a Satanist. That is entirely unproven.
However the fact that the police presented 'Satanic' evidence does rather throw a spotlight on
the perennial claims made by those who believe in SRA that 'police and
prosecutors refrain from bringing in evidence linked to the occult for
fear it won't be believed by the jury and work against them getting a
conviction'. This propaganda has been trotted out hundreds of
times over the past three decades and it is simply untrue, as this case
and the Rikki Neave case proves.
To Recap. The above insights show that:
1: Hussein never declared himself to be a Satanist.
2: There are no extant Satanic rites or ceremonies that demand or encourage human sacrifice.
3: Hussein's pacts and spells came from ancient Christian Grimoires, not Satanic ones as the police said.
4: There is no categorical evidence to suggest that Hussein was radicalised by a Satanic Group or was even a member of one.
5: A spell to attract love is not a Satanic Ritual whether or not it was signed with a pin-prick of blood.
6: Hussein was an amateur dabbler in magic and didn't really know what he was doing.
7: There has been no instance where Satanists have been involved in acts of Terror.
8: A psychopath does not need a motive for killing.
By John Freedom, Mortlake 2021.