Satanist linked to Wembley murders finally removed from YouTube
The Satanist whose work is said to have influenced double killer Danyal Hussein has finally been removed from YouTube.
Hussein, 19, killed sisters Bibaa Henry, 46, and Nicole Smallman, 27, in a violent knife attack in a Wembley park after making a blood pact with a demon.
On Thursday he was jailed for life at the Old Bailey with a minimum sentence of 35 years for the brutal attacks.
In an agreement signed in blood, Hussein pledged to a Lucifuge demon king Rofocale to sacrifice six women in six months to win the Mega Millions Jackpot.
Since his Old Bailey trial, it emerged that he had been an active member of the online forum, Becoming a Living God, set up by the American EA Koetting, a supporter of black magic.
Parts of Hussein’s engagement bore striking similarities to the works of the author who rose to prominence with some 200,000 subscribers on Facebook and YouTube.
After being contacted by the PA News Agency earlier this month, Facebook deleted Koetting’s page and Instagram account for violating its policies on dangerous people and organizations.
YouTube said it was performing a review and on Saturday the videos posted by Koetting disappeared from the site and the account was closed.
In her sentencing remarks Thursday, Judge Whipple referred to Hussein’s motivation and the demonic pact.
She told him, “I’m sure you did these murders in this market for wealth and power. “
As “bizarre” as the pact may sound, it was part of her belief system, she added.
She told Hussein, “You have committed these vicious attacks. You did it to kill. You did it for money and a misguided pursuit of power.
Previously, Professor Matthew Feldman, director of the Center for Analysis of the Radical Right (C4ARR), said Koetting wrote about blood sacrifices to become rich, attractive and powerful – and even named the same demon, Lucifuge Rofocale.
In one book, Koetting teamed up with “an American cell of the notorious British Order of Nine Angles (O9A)”, which is said to be a Nazi-occultist group linked to a series of recent terrorism prosecutions.
In a YouTube video, which had been viewed over 17,000 times, Koetting spoke of human sacrifice.
He said, “When you destroy the victim, there is a release, a massive explosion of power and energy.
“If you can harness that and push it toward a goal, it’s powerful beyond most other forms of magic.” It is without a doubt the darkest magic.
He later added a caveat that he is not advocating harming anyone “to legally cover me.”
After Hussein’s conviction, Hope Not Hate renewed his call on the government to ban O9A.
Nick Lowles, Managing Director of the Anti-Fascism Campaign Group, said: “Danyal Hussein was influenced by a man associated with the Order of the Nine Angles before he launched his attack. This is yet another reason why the government must act to ban this Nazi-occultist group.
“Bibaa Henry and Nicole Smallman had their lives stolen by this murderer, and the ideology that propelled him. The lives of their families have been devastated.
“The appearance of the Order of the Nine Angles in the history of these gruesome murders is shocking but should not be surprising. We warned against their promotion of terrorism and sexual violence and called on ministers to act by banning the group. The Order of the Nine Angles is committed to promoting and inspiring terrorism. They must be banned.
The Home Office said the government did not systematically comment on whether or not an organization was being considered for a ban.
The PA news agency has already reached out to EA Koetting for comment.