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Ireland Court hears earliest possible release dates for Ana Kriegel killers

17:55  08 november  2019
17:55  08 november  2019 Source:   independent.ie

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"When released , you can reconstruct yours in a positive way, I hope you take it and build towards "A second chance you both so wrongfully denied Ana Kriegel ." Both boys have been in custody since Last week at a sentencing hearing , the court heard Boy A has since accepted he caused the death

At their earliest possible release dates Boy A will be 27 and Boy B will be 23. Ana Kriégel murder: Boy A sentenced to life, Boy B sentenced to 15 years. “Will you take it? Still no clear explanation for Ana Kriégel ’s murder, court told. Geraldine Kriégel : Existing without murdered Ana 'a Ana Kriégel ’s mother tells sentencing hearing she was ‘love of our lives’. Major cases of new legal year: Graham

a person in a red shirt and smiling at the camera: Ana Kriegel (Family Handout/PA) Ana Kriegel (Family Handout/PA)

ANA Kriegel's teenage killers' earliest possible dates of release from their sentences will be in 2027 and 2031, the Central Criminal Court has heard.

Mr Justice Paul McDermott said progress reports on the boys' development and rehabilitation while in custody should be prepared every two years until their sentences come up for review.

He said the reports were not intended to "micro-manage" the boys' sentences, but to give the court a clear view of what has happened in the course of their detention.

The boys were earlier this week handed down separate sentences of life and 15 years for the schoolgirl’s murder.

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THE PARENTS of Ana Kriégel have a given statement outside the courts today following the sentencing of their daughter's killers . "We would like to express our extreme gratitude, to Mark O'Neil and his team, who put everything they had into fighting those responsible for Ana 's murder

At their earliest possible release dates Boy A will be 27 and Boy B will be 23. The teens, who are now 15 years Still no clear explanation for Ana Kriégel ’s murder, court told. Geraldine Kriégel : Existing without murdered Ana 'a Ana Kriégel ’s mother tells sentencing hearing she was ‘love of our lives’.

Boy A and Boy B who are now 15 years old, were found guilty in June of murdering of Ana Kriegel at an abandoned farmhouse in Lucan on May 14, 2018.

The boys, who were just 13 at the time of the murder, had denied the offences.

Ana's body, naked apart from a pair of black socks, was found by gardai in a derelict farmhouse, Glenwood House, Laraghcon, Clonee Road, in Lucan at 1pm on May 17, 2018.

The 14-year-old had been reported missing by her parents Patric and Geraldine Kriegel three days earlier.

a woman smiling for the camera: Ana Kriegel Ana Kriegel Boy A was give a life sentence, with a review after 12 years for murder. Judge McDermott also imposed a fixed sentence of eight years on Boy A for aggravated sexual assault.

Boy B was given a 15 year sentence, with a review after eight years, with Judge McDermott saying the two cases were significantly different.

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That child was Ana Kriégel . A talented 14-year-old schoolgirl who, by all accounts, just wanted to have friends. She was found dead in May 2018, in an abandoned house in Dublin, where she had been taken by one of the boys. Her brutal killing shook Ireland to its core

Ana Kriegel , 14, was found dead at an abandoned farmhouse outside Dublin in May last year.

The sentences were backdated to the date in June when the teenagers were convicted of Ana's murder.

When the case came before the court again this morning, Judge McDermott first clarified that the review of Boy B's case would begin on January 19, 2026.

He then said he wanted the court to be fully informed on both boys' progress and development in custody. It was not intended as micro-management of the sentences, he said, and it was not to be viewed as such.

The first phase brought them until they were 18, and they would be transferred to an adult facility when they were 18 and six months old.

Reports on their engagement with educational, psychological and psychiatric services would be of assistance to those taking over their custody, he said. There should also be a plan for their further development while in prison.

a couple of people that are wearing glasses and looking at the camera: Patric and Geraldine Kriegel, parents of Ana. Photo: Gerry Mooney © Gerry Mooney Patric and Geraldine Kriegel, parents of Ana. Photo: Gerry Mooney

Reports should then be prepared at two year intervals, chronicling what has happened, which would be available to the courts at review.

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Ana Kriegel : found dead in an abandoned house at Laraghcon, Clonee Road, Lucan on May 17th, 2018. Mental health professionals assessing the two boys convicted of murdering 14-year-old schoolgirl Ana Kriégel may interview the boys’ parents, the Central Criminal Court has heard .

A judge in the central criminal court in Dublin on Tuesday sentenced one boy to life in detention, with the sentence to be reviewed after 12 years. They were 13 when they killed Ana Kriégel , 14, in a derelict house in the Dublin suburb of Lucan in May 2018.

After the boys' transfer to adult prisons in 2022, reports should be submitted in 2024 and 2026 and 2028, he said.

"They are not reports for the purpose of micro-managing the sentences, it is for the courts to have a very clear view of what's happened during the course of their detention," he said.

Prosecutor Brendan Grehan SC said in Boy A's case, his sentence would be reviewed effectively on the 12th anniversary of the date of conviction.

The review process would begin in January 2029 and the earliest he could expect to be released from "the custodial portion" was June 18, 2031, he said.

Boy B's review would begin on January 19, 2026 and the earliest he could expect to be released was June 18, 2027, Mr Grehan said.

Judge McDermott said that was the intention of the court.

When he sentenced the boys on Tuesday, Judge McDermott had said any sentence must be proportionate and take into account the gravity of the crimes and the circumstances and age of the offenders. How both boys face up to their culpability while in custody would be a factor in determining how long they will eventually end up being detained, he said.

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Ireland’s youngest killers have been detained for the murder of schoolgirl Ana Kriegel . Boy A was sentenced at Dublin’s Central Criminal Court on Tuesday to life, with a review period after 12 years. Flanked by Ana’s mother Geraldine, Mr Kriegel said: “Justice has been served for Ana .

The court also heard from the grandfather of Boy A, who said his grandson is “incredibly sorry” for what happened. Parents Patric and Geraldine Kriegel He asked the court to be as lenient as possible in the sentencing, adding that no DNA belonging to Boy B was found at the disused farmhouse.

In relation to Boy A, he said the assault on Ana was vicious and "prolonged, callous and brutal".

Aggravating factors included Boy A's not guilty plea, his limited appreciation of the enormity of what he had done, and the fact he did not accept there had been any planning or preparation.

Apart from Boy A's age, the judge said it was hard to see many mitigating factors.

In relation to Boy B, the judge said there was no forensic evidence against this accused, nor was there ever any suggestion that he had assaulted Ana.

Judge McDermott said the boys will both have to carry the guilt and shame of their involvement in Ana's death for the rest of their lives.

Speaking after Tuesday’s sentencing, Ana’s parents said “justice has been served for Ana” but that, for them, “forever is not long enough”.

At a hearing last week, the court was told that Boy A now accepted he caused Ana's death but he still denied sexually assaulting her.

Boy B continued to maintain his innocence, the court heard, with his lawyer Damien Colgan SC saying his client did not accept the verdict of the jury.

In a victim impact statement, Ana's mother Geraldine said her daughter was "the love of our lives" and the "most "wonderful child in the world".

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  'Her plans, our future, shattered'- Ana Kriegel's mother Geraldine in full victim impact statement 'Her plans, our future, shattered'- Ana Kriegel's mother Geraldine in full victim impact statement The full statement can be seen below:

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The court earlier heard how Boy A has accepted he caused the death of Ana. He asked the court to be as lenient as possible in the sentencing, adding that no DNA belonging to Boy B was found at the disused Major cases of new legal year: Graham Dwyer and Ana Kriégel ’s killers return to court .

She also said that Ana was" wild and wonderful, electric, so full of fun, madness and laughter".

Judge McDermott said Ana's short life should not be defined by the crimes against her, as her life was greater than that.

He said she was a "lovely and loving child", who came from a loving family.

Her family was bereft at her loss, and the consequences of her death were "traumatic, devastating and lifelong".

He said Boy A and Boy B bore responsibility for Ana's death.

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