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Met PCs who spread pictures of murdered Wembley sisters face jails

The Metropolitan police officers had been selected to secure the scene late after Bibaa Henry and Nicole Smallman were found dead.

PC Deniz Jaffer and PC Jamie Lewis

PC Deniz Jaffer, 47, and PC Jamie Lewis, 33, took sickly photos of the two killed sisters bodies and distributed them on WhatsApp. They are standing in jail.

Met PC s who spread pictures of murdered Wembley sisters face jails

The Metropolitan police officers had been selected to secure the scene late after Bibaa Henry and Nicole Smallman were found dead. They discovered it at Fryent Country Park in Wembley.

The PCs took pictures instead of protecting the cordon

Instead of protecting the cordon well, the officers took pictures of the dead bodies and distributed them to co-workers.

Meanwhile, Jaffer transferred images to the public.

The officers mentioned the killed sisters as “dead birds”. Sadly, Lewis took “selfie” style to one of the pictures.

The PCs’ actions can endanger the murder scene

The court heard the actions of Jaffer and Lewis had endangered the integrity of the murder scene. It can make the murderer, Danyal Hussein, debate at trial that DNA proof toward him might be jeopardised.

Hussein believed he was performing a Satanic pact by “yielding” women in trade for a lottery victory. He attacked the two women in the park in the early hours of June 6. Hussein is serving a life sentence.

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