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IrelandAna Kriegel trial: Family of Boy B forced into hiding, court hears

17:31  20 june  2019
17:31  20 june  2019 Source:   independent.ie

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Two 14-year-olds - Boy A and Boy B - have pleaded not guilty to the murder of Ana at Glenwood House, Laraghcon, Clonee Road, Lucan, on May 14 ONE of the boys on trial for the murder of Ana Kriegel told a garda he believed injuries to the other boy were inflicted by the victim, the officer told

Ana Kriegel was found dead in a derelict farmhouse outside Lucan, Co Dublin, on May 14th, 2018. The prosecution in the trial of two boys accused of the On Tuesday morning, the court heard from one of the final witnesses in the case, the father of Boy B . He told the trial his son was “not capable” of

Ana Kriegel trial: Family of Boy B forced into hiding, court hears © Independent Ana Kriegel

THE FAMILY of a boy found guilty of the murder of schoolgirl Ana Kriegel has been forced into hiding, a court has heard.

Boy B and his co-accused Boy A were found guilty on Tuesday by a jury before the Central Criminal Court of the murder of Ana at a derelict farmhouse in Lucan on May 14 last year.

Ana Kriegel trial: Family of Boy B forced into hiding, court hears Ana Kriegel Boy A was also found guilty of a charge of aggravated sexual assault. This morning, Damien Colgan SC, for Boy B, told the Central Criminal Court that he had been asked to attend court by Boy B's family.

Mr Colgan said the family wanted the court to know that following the publication of material after the verdict that the family had been forced into hiding Mr Colgan addressed the court after a judge ordered that Facebook and Twitter be brought before him to answer allegations of contempt of court over the publication of photographs identifying the two boys.

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The prosecution in the trial of two boys accused of the murder of 14-year-old Ana Kriégel may not use the interviews given by Boy B as evidence against Boy A In his first interview with detectives, Boy B told detective he was repeatedly asked by Boy A to call for Ms Kriégel on his behalf on the day she

Ana Kriégel trial : Prosecution says forensic evidence against Boy A ‘overwhelming’. I called to a girl called Ana Kriégel at the request of my friend Boy A. He had asked me to call to her and bring The first I heard there was a problem with Ana was when the gardaí called to our house asking about her.

Ana Kriegel trial: Family of Boy B forced into hiding, court hears Ana Kriegel (Photo: RTE) Both organisations were represented in court this morning.

Mr Justice Michael White was told that both Twitter and Facebook had prepared affidavits, and they were handed into court. Brendan Grehan, for the DPP, asked that the matter be adjourned until 11.15am to allow him to read the affidavits.

Andrew McKeown BL, for Boy A, also handed over a number of screenshots of tweets and Facebook messages, some of which, he said, were posted as late as this morning.

Ana Kriegel trial: Family of Boy B forced into hiding, court hears Ana Kriegel The matter will be re-mentioned at 11.15am. Yesterday, Judge White directed representatives of the social media giants to come to the Central Criminal Court this morning after he was told of an alleged “wilful disregard” of the law and court orders banning the identification of the boys.

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Both boys deny murdering Ana Kriégel on 14 May 2018. Boy B said he had called to Ana 's house on 14 May to do a "good turn for a mate". The court was told he described feeling nervous and anxious and said he did not have any appetite. Ana died from blunt force trauma to head and neck, court told.

Victim Ana Kriégel was lured from her home, beaten and sexually assaulted in May 2018. Boy B ’s father briefly left the court before returning and clapping loudly in protest, saying: “An innocent She had poor eyesight and hearing , the result of an extracted tumour. Geraldine Kriégel told the court

The judge also made an interim order for the removal of the photographs in question and restraining further publication of any material identifying Boy A and Boy B.

He granted the orders following an application brought by lawyers for the Director of Public Prosecutions.

Mr Grehan, for the DPP, said the two convicted boys were 14 years old; as such they were covered by the provisions of Section 252 (1) of the Children Act, and nothing should be published or broadcast that tended to identify them

MORE ON THIS STORY:

Small strands of evidence built the case against Ana's killers (Independent.ie)

Twitter and Facebook to appear in court after social media users identify killers of Ana Kriegel (Irish Mirror)

Officials aware of alleged naming of boy on local radio (Independent.ie)

The story of glowing teen Ana, whose life was cut short (Irish Mirror)

A man (30s) and teenage girl arrested by Gardaí searching for missing person.
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