Metropolitan Police officer was jailed after sharing infidel photos of the bodies two sisters murdered. He also boasted about how he covered up an assault by using racist language in WhatsApp messages.

Deniz Jaffer, 47, was jailed for two years and nine months last week after taking photographs of Bibaa Henry and Nicole Smallman while policing a cordon where the sisters had been fatally stabbed in bushes at a country park in north London.

Jamie Lewis (33), a colleague, described his conduct as “appalling” and “inexplicable”.

However, Jaffer has now also been found to have sent racist WhatsApp messages claiming police would let off three ‘white fellas’ arrested on suspicion of assaulting a small group of Asian men – whom he described using the racist slur ‘P*****’.

Former police officer Deniz Jaffer, 47, was jailed for two years and nine months after taking vile pictures at the scene of a double murder in Wembley's Fryent Park

Deniz Jaffer was 47 years old and was imprisoned after taking horrendous photos of the double murder scene in Wembley’s Fryent Park

The sisters (above), who had been celebrating Ms Henry's birthday with friends, were found dead in bushes after being stabbed in an unprovoked attack

After being attacked in an unprovoked stabbing attack, the sisters (above) were discovered dead in the bushes by their friends.

According to The Times, the officer stated that the Met wouldn’t contact Asian victims about the incident but would close it anyway because they weren’t willing to cooperate with police.

An Independent Office for Police Conduct report said Jaffer’s phone contained ‘numerous incidences of race discrimination an racist language’ over a period between June 8 and 22.

Just five days after taking the pictures of Ms Henry and Ms Smallman, he wrote to a WhatsApp group about the incident: ‘Five p*****. The other two had bloody noses and three others ran away, but the car was seized.

“Three white fellas were arrested for ABH, but we had a conversation off the record. 

‘We will release them under investigation and close it later saying victim unwilling without contacting the p*****.’

Jaffer described however the messages only as ‘idle chat’ and gossip at a police station. 

According to the Met, its Directorate for Professional Standards investigated the messages about the alleged incident but concluded that “nothing was found that could corroborate or prove that the incident occurred”.

The incident follows public condemnation of Jaffer’s grossly negligent duty as he was protecting a cordon of police officers at Fryent Country Park’s scene of double murder on June 8.

Jaffer and Lewis arrived at the park around 3.30 am, but neither was wearing any forensic protection.

Jaffer and Lewis both took photos of the corpses in place during the night. Lewis also took two pictures and then superimposed Lewis’ face onto one to make the “selfie” image.   

Unmasked: PC Jaffer, 47, was charged with misconduct in a public office over the pictures

PC Jaffer (47), was arrested for misconduct in public office.

Nicole Smallman, 27

Bibaa Henry, 46

Nicole Smallman (27), and Bibaa Hicks, 46, were stabbed in Wembley to death last year.

Jamie Lewis, 33, was jailed alongside Jaffer at the Old Bailey last week. A judge described their conduct as 'appalling and inexplicable'

Jamie Lewis, 33 years old, was sentenced to jail at the Old Bailey with Jaffer last week. Judge Jaffer described the couple’s conduct last week as “appalling” and “inexplicable”.

Lewis stated, “Unfortunately I’m sitting next to two dead birds with stab wounds.”

Jaffer wrote on another WhatsApp group, “I have photos of the two deceased victims.” I’d love to know who won’t.   

Additionally, he sent a female inexperienced officer to the scene and took photos of the bodies lying in the bush. This included Lewis’ “selfie”.

Jaffer presented the images then to two more officers. This included a female probationary officer Jaffer was supposed to mentor at Forest Gate Police Station. Jaffer was both shocked and disgusted.

Lewis had the photos deleted on the very same day that he was being questioned by police. 

Victim impact statements were filled out by family members describing the defendants’ actions as “disgraceful” for the family, the community and humanity.

Jaffer from Hornchurch, east London, was pleaded guilty and Lewis from Colchester in Essex to misconduct.

Both were sentenced to two-years and nine months in prison at the Old Bailey, last month. 

Passing sentence, Judge Mark Lucraft QC told the officers: ‘It is appalling and inexplicable conduct. The two of you violated the law by taking pictures and passing them on to other officers.

“You violated the privacy rights of the women that were killed and you’ve also undermined public trust in the police officers they serve.

“It is evident that the actions of the two of yours were without consideration for the impact on their family, the community or other public interests.”

Mina Smallman was the mother of the women and described their actions as a “betrayal to catastrophic proportions” and a “sacrilegious action”.