Mother of murdered sisters whose bodies were photographed by cops calls for Met ...

Mother of murdered sisters whose bodies were photographed by cops calls for Met ...
Mother of murdered sisters whose bodies were photographed by cops calls for Met ...

Met Commissioner Dame Cressida Dick was told 'time to go' this morning by the mother of two murdered sisters whose bodies were photographed and shared by her officers.

The under-fire police chief was slated by Mina Smallman who asked 'This is the woman who is going to tackle what we are up against in the Met?'.

Ms Smallman - whose murdered daughters Bibaa Henry, 46, and Nicole Smallman, 27, were treated disrespectfully by PCs Jaffer and Lewis - had until today resisted calling for her to resign.

But this morning the former Church of England archdeacon said she now thought Dame Cressida should go over the cases involving her daughters and Sarah Everard's kidnap, rape and murder.

She said the apologies she had given over the sub-standard police hunt after her children went missing, combined with the statement about Wayne Couzens outside court had made up her mind.

Ms Smallman said: 'I don't think so, time for her to go.

'Up until she did the statement after the missing persons, the failure, the neglect in that particular procedure, I was so disappointed by what she said.

'She said 'We have been advised in the report to apologise to the family' and I thought to myself if you need to be told by an organisation, because she knew it was true she had all the evidence.

Met Commissioner Dame Cressida Dick was told 'time to go' this morning by Mina Smallman

Met Commissioner Dame Cressida Dick was told 'time to go' this morning by Mina Smallman

Bibaa Henry, 46,  and Nicole Smallman, 27, who were stabbed to death in Wembley last year

Bibaa Henry, 46,  and Nicole Smallman, 27, who were stabbed to death in Wembley last year

'To compound that, when she did the statement outside the Old Bailey on behalf of Sarah Everard, I thought it was the worst presentation, she was shaking like a leaf, it was all scripted – this is the woman who is going to tackle what we are up against in the Met?

'I've been asked time and time again whether she should resign,' she added to GMB.

PC Jamie Lewis, 33, and PC Deniz Jaffer, 47, admitted taking and sharing images of the scene where the sisters were murdered in June last year.

Yesterday a disciplinary panel found them both guilty of gross misconduct.

Ms Smallman added: 'We were told it had been sent out to members of the public. Is this some kind of cult fetish thing, where people are paying to have pictures of dead girls?

'There were nine other officers sent that WhatsApp. Jaffer was a mentor of the cadets and he actually sent that to one of his mentees. 

PC Deniz Jaffer

PC Jamie Lewis

PC Deniz Jaffer and PC Jamie Lewis took and shared pictured of the two sisters' dead bodies

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