A TEENAGER accused of killing two sisters after allegedly making a blood pact with a demon is not giving evidence in court.
Danyal Hussein, 19, allegedly launched a ferocious knife attack on Bibaa Henry, 46, and Nicole Smallman, 27, in the early hours of June 6 last year.
The siblings, who had been celebrating Ms Henry's birthday, were found dead in bushes in Fryent Country Park, North London the following day by Ms Smallman's boyfriend.
A note found by cops written by Hussein with three lottery tickets next to it pledged to "sacrifice" women in exchange for winning the Mega Millions Super Jackpot, which the Old Bailey heard was £321 million.
Cops moved to arrest him after DNA found at the scene was related to a member of his family on the national DNA database.
Police then linked Hussein with CCTV that allegedly shows him buying knives in ASDA just days before the murders.
They also flagged an image of a figure returning to his father's address, located near the Wembley park, within hours of the killings.
The court heard how he was then arrested on July 1 at his mother's home in south-east London with cuts to his hand.
Upon searching his bedroom, officers discovered the "agreement" signed in blood, jurors were told.
Riel Karmy-Jones QC, told the court on Wednesday she would call no evidence for the defence.
Hussein, of Guy Barnett Grove, Blackheath, south-east London, has denied two counts of murder and possessing a knife.
Proceedings were adjourned until Thursday ahead of prosecutor Oliver Glasgow QC giving his closing speech.
Jurors were told by Mrs Justice Whipple that she expected to send them out to deliberate on verdicts on Monday.
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