Satanist who inspired evil double murderer sharing demonic videos on YouTube

A vicious thug carried out the brutal murder of two sisters in a London park after he was inspired by a satanic influencer on YouTube and "made a pact with Satan".

Danyal Hussein stabbed Bibaa Henry, 46, and Nicole Smallman, 27, to death in Fryent Country Park in Wembley in June last year.

The 19-year-old, who was sentenced to life with a minimum of 35 years in prison on October 28, believed he had made a bargain with the devil after claiming he had been inspired to commit the “sacrificial” killing by satanist E.A. Koetting.

According to the Times, a court heard how he used his own blood to draw up a “contract” with a demon to sacrifice women in return for winning the lottery by following one of the American YouTuber's videos on the subject.

Koetting, who practises black magic, has over 87,000 subscribers on the platform that has still failed to remove his videos despite his Facebook and Twitter being removed pending an investigation from the Centre for Analysis of the Radical Right (C4ARR).

The influencer has over 13 million views for his videos, in which he promotes his books, courses, consultations and merchandise.

In a YouTube video that has been viewed more than 17,000 times, Koetting discusses human sacrifice which is believed to reflect similar views to what the murderer was inspired by in this case.

He said: "When you destroy the victim there is a release, a massive explosion of power and energy.

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"If you can harness that and push it towards a goal, it’s powerful beyond most other forms of magic. It’s the blackest magic without a doubt.”

He later added that he does not advocate harming anyone “to cover me legally."

But Professor Matthew Feldman, director of C4ARR, said that some of Koetting’s work could amount to incitement to murder anyway.

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Feldman told the Times: “This is the best example I have come across of someone saying this is what you must do to become strong, powerful, rich. He has 87,000 YouTube subscribers and 128,000 on Facebook.

"If 0.1 per cent of people take that seriously — as Danyal Hussein clearly did — and think, ‘This is what I have to do to become famous’, that’s 200 potential murderers.”

Feldman went on to explain that Koetting’s books "openly discuss and encourage murder" as he quotes the serial killer Ian Brady who lured five youngsters to their deaths in the 1960s in the Moors murders.

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The quote reads: “Always remember the first rule of murder: never kill a person that you have a reason to kill.”

Another passage reads: “What we’re looking for is the knowledge and skill needed to kill with any weapon, with no weapon and from a distance (as with explosives or traps).”

A spokesperson for YouTube said: "Hate has no place on YouTube, and we are deeply saddened by this terrible incident. We have strict policies to ensure that our platform is not used to incite violence and we are in the process of carefully reviewing the content against these stringent rules.”

EA Koetting has been contacted for a comment.

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