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Ireland'Are you joking me?' asked boy when told Ana's blood on his boots, trial hears

09:45  16 may  2019
09:45  16 may  2019 Source:   independent.ie

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One of the two boys accused of murdering Ana Kriégel asked a garda “ are you joking me ” when he told the youth the girl’ s blood was found on his boots , the Central Criminal Court has heard . Gardaí put it to the boy that the only way he could have the 14-year-old’ s blood on his boots was if he was

The jury heard details about garda interviews with Boy A a week after Ana ’ s body was found. A BOY ACCUSED of murdering and sexually assaulting Ana Kriegel said “ Are you joking me ?” and “ Are you actually being He told the court that the blood found on these boots matched that of Ana Kriegel.

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A murder accused asked a garda interviewer "are you joking me?" and "are you actually being serious?" when told Ana Kriegel's blood had been found on his boots, a trial has heard.

Boy A also told gardaí that CCTV footage of a male, who they believe is Boy A, might be "one of the lads who attacked me".

When asked by gardaí during interviews if he was in the room where Ana's body was found, Boy A said "No."

The two youths, aged 13 at the time, have pleaded not guilty before the Central Criminal Court to murdering Ana Kriegel (14) at Glenwood House, Laraghcon, Clonee Road in Lucan on May 14 last year.

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Boy A asked the gardaí " are you joking me ?" and asked them if they were actually being serious. Gardaí replied that they would not joke about it and They said Ana had been murdered in the room, and her blood was on his boots and asked if there was anything he could tell them to establish the

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Boy A has also denied a charge of aggravated sexual assault.

Yesterday, Detective Garda Marcus Roantree said he arrested Boy A on suspicion of murder at Clondalkin garda station at 8.07am on May 24, 2018 and he was detained for questioning.

Over the next two days, gardaí conducted six interviews with Boy A.

Prosecutor Gerardine Small BL led Detective Garda Tomas Doyle through the interviews with Boy A.

In interview one, Boy A told Gda Doyle he was interested in drawing.

During the second interview, Gda Doyle said he showed Boy A some CCTV clips.

Ms Small said the jury had already seen the footage.

'Are you joking me?' asked boy when told Ana's blood on his boots, trial hears schoolgirl Ana Kriegel When shown a clip of two males, Boy A told Gda Doyle "they look like the lads that beat me up".

In the third interview, Boy A was shown footage of a male walking in the park, and wearing gloves and a backpack.

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“ When it comes to Northern Ireland or anywhere else a crime is a crime,” he said. “It is covering up for murderers.” He suspected that at a later stage the British government would attempt to “slip in through the back door” additional Boy asked ‘ are you joking ’ when told Ana Kriégel’ s blood on his boots .

“My one and only beau, I know you will be with me forever. Both of us achieved one of life’ s great feats: a union. Travelling together and seeing the world’ s wonders: Seán, being by your side made my heart beat.” Boy asked ‘ are you joking ’ when told Ana Kriégel’ s blood on his boots .

Asked if he had anything to say about that individual, Boy A told Gda Doyle, "I think that might be one of the lads who attacked me".

Gda Doyle told the accused gardaí believed he was the male in this CCTV footage.

Boy A denied it was him.

He said a witness statement he previously gave to Sergeant John O'Keeffe, where he said he was attacked by two men in the park, was "the truth".

Gda Doyle said he then showed a photograph of Boy A's boots to him. Gda Doyle told him they were forensically examined and Ana's blood was found on them.

"Are you joking me?" Boy A asked.

"No," said Gda Doyle.

"Are you actually being serious?" Boy A responded.

Gda Doyle told him he wouldn't joke about something like that.

Boy A then asked if he could get some air.

His solicitor asked Boy A if he was feeling sick, and he was handed a glass of water.

Gda Doyle then told Boy A he wanted to be clear this was "serious and significant".

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Blood pattern indicates Boy A either assaulted schoolgirl or was in ‘very close proximity’ Forensic scientist John Hoade told the trial that the blood pattern on the boots indicated that: “[ BOY A] Based on that he formed his opinion that Boy A either assaulted Ana or was very close to her when

The boy told gardaí he was attacked shortly after leaving Ana ’ s company in St Catherine’s Park in Lucan. She said on May 16th she called to Boy A’s house and The boy ’s boots and iPhone were also taken. Det Garda Newton said his mother asked that the boots be returned as soon as possible.

Boy A responded, "I am aware".

Gda Doyle also put it to Boy A that the blood on his boots put him in the room where Ana's body was found.

"Were you in this room?" Gda Doyle asked.

"No," said Boy A.

Earlier, the court heard from John Hoade, a specialist in blood pattern and DNA analysis with Forensic Science Ireland, who said a pair of boots worn by Boy A on the day Ana disappeared had her blood on them.

The court heard Mr Hoade examined a pair of boots which were worn by Boy A on May 14.

He said there were nine separate areas of blood staining on the boots, and the DNA from the blood matched that of Ana Kriegel.

Mr Hoade said that some of the staining on the boots could be identified as blood spatter. This occurs when external force is applied to a source of liquid blood, which then falls on a surface.

The blood spatter on Boy A's boot indicated Boy A "either assaulted Ana Kriegel or was in very close proximity when she was assaulted", Mr Hoade told the jury.

'Are you joking me?' asked boy when told Ana's blood on his boots, trial hears The court heard Mr Hoade also examined a length of stick which was discovered in the room where Ana's body was found. The stick measured 92cm long, and 4cm x 3cm wide.

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Blood spatters on the boot of one of the teenagers accused of murdering Ana Kriégel showed the boy either assaulted the schoolgirl or was very close to her when she was assaulted, the Central Criminal Court has been told .

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Mr Hoade said there was blood spatter and general staining on the piece of wood.

He said the blood on the stick was tested for DNA and the DNA matched Ana Kriegel's DNA.

Mr Hoade also identified a particular pattern of blood staining known as feathering on the stick which he said was "associated with a weapon that has been swung".

He said that the blood staining on the wooden stick was what he would expect if the "piece of wood was used as a weapon".

The trial continues today.

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