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Ireland Boy B launches appeal against his conviction for murder of Ana Kriegel

23:20  03 december  2019
23:20  03 december  2019 Source:   thejournal.ie

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Boy A was convicted of murder and aggravated sexual assault and was sentenced to life with a review after 12 years. He is not appealing his Ana was born in Russia in February 2004, and at the age of two was adopted by Irish woman Geraldine Kriégel and her French-born husband Patric, who

Anastasia " Ana " Kriégel (/kriːˈeɪʒəl/; 18 February 2004 – 14 May 2018) was a Russian-Irish girl who was subject to a violent attack, murdered and sexually assaulted in an abandoned house late May

a person sitting on a table: Ana Kriegel (Family Handout/PA) © Family Handout Ana Kriegel (Family Handout/PA) BOY B HAS lodged an appeal against his conviction for the murder of Ana Kriegel.

Last month, Boy B was sentenced is to serve a term of 15 years, with the sentence to be reviewed after 8 years.

Two boys, referred to in the media as Boy A and Boy B, were 13 years old when they murdered Ana Kriegel in an abandoned house at Laraghcon, Clonee Road, Lucan on 14 May 2018.

Harley Graham holding a woman: The 14-year-old’s killers cannot be identified (Family handout/PA) © Provided by The Press Association The 14-year-old’s killers cannot be identified (Family handout/PA) Boy A was sentenced to a term of life on the first count of murder and will serve an initial 12 years, followed by a review. The sentence may be extended after the first 12 years served.

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Boy A and Boy B were convicted of murdering 14-year-old Ana Kriégel in a derelict farmhouse in Lucan in May 2018. The sentencing of the two boys convicted of the murder of 14-year-old Ana Kriégel has been adjourned to October because psychological assessments of the teens have not

Boy A was also convicted of aggravated sexual assault. A term of 12 years was also imposed for that count today, to be served concurrently.

During the sentencing of Boy B, Justice McDermott said that while he showed “a degree of empathy and understanding”, he said it is not clear that he is able to fully process the implications of the offence.

Justice McDermott said Boy B was “indifferent to her plight” and acted at all times to protect himself. He lied to gardaí, his family, his schoolmates and his school counsellor.

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