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Ireland Boy B to appeal conviction for murder of Ana Kriegel

18:10  17 january  2020
18:10  17 january  2020 Source:   independent.ie

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One of the teenage boys convicted of the murder of schoolgirl, Ana Kriégel , has lodged an appeal against his conviction . The 15-year-old, referred to in court as Boy B , was found guilty of her murder by a jury earlier this year and was sentenced to 15 years in detention, to be reviewed after eight years.

One of two teenage boys sentenced for the murder of a 14-year-old schoolgirl in Dublin is to appeal his conviction . Ana Kriégel , 14, was found dead in May 2018 in an abandoned house, where she had been taken by one of the boys . The 15-year-old boy , referred to in court as Boy B , was sentenced to

Ana Kriegel © Independent.ie Ana Kriegel One of the teenage boys found guilty of murdering schoolgirl, Ana Kriégel, will seek to have his conviction overturned on April 24. 

The 15-year-old, referred to in court as Boy B, was unanimously found guilty of murdering the “lonely and vulnerable” schoolgirl last June and was sentenced to 15 years detention, to be reviewed after eight years.

Boy A and Boy B, whose identities cannot be published as they are children, were just 13-years-old when they murdered 14-year-old Ana in May 2018.

Boy B lured Ana from her home, knowing that his friend was waiting to attack her in a derelict house in St Catherine’s Park in Lucan. He gave several different versions of events to gardaí, but eventually admitted seeing Boy A attacking Ana.

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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. Boy A was sentenced to a term of life on the first count of murder and will serve an initial 12 years

Boy B , one of the two 15-year-olds who is convicted of murdering schoolmate Ana Kriegel in 2018, has formally lodged an appeal for his conviction . In May 2018, 14-year-old Ana Kriegel was lured to a derelict farmhouse on the outskirts of Dublin where she was assaulted and murdered by two

Now aged 15, they were unanimously found guilty of murder by a Central Criminal Court jury last June. Boy A was also convicted of Ana's aggravated sexual assault in a manner that involved serious violence.

Boy A was sentenced to life imprisonment with a review after 12 years, and eight years imprisonment for aggravated sexual assault. No appeal has been lodged on his behalf.

Boy B is seeking to appeal against his conviction only, meaning no appeal is being sought against the severity of his sentence.

During case management procedures in the Court of Appeal today, April 24 was fixed as an early hearing date for Boy B’s conviction appeal.

President of the Court of Appeal Mr Justice George Birmingham said arrangements would be put in place for the hearing that both sides consider appropriate. As both boys were children, the Central Criminal Court adopted procedures from the Children’s Court, which saw lawyers and judges wearing suits and ties rather than gowns.

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One of the two teenage boys jailed for murdering Ana Kriegel in an abandoned house has lodged an appeal against his conviction . Boy A was sentenced to life in prison last month with a review after 12 years for the murder and sexual assault of the Kildare schoolgirl. His accomplice, Boy B , who the

Counsel for Boy B, Damien Colgan SC, said breaks were taken during the course of the trial on account of the boys’ ages. Mr Colgan said he expected the appeal hearing to take a day.

Counsel for the Director of Public Prosecutions, Brendan Grehan SC, said two grounds of appeal identified by Boy B’s lawyers were “fairly straightforward” but another ground of appeal “might take longer”.

Mr Colgan said he had identified a number of issues that would be argued as grounds of appeal, and he asked for the entirety of the transcript of the 42-day trial to be released so “we can start working” on them.

Mr Grehan said the case had attracted media interest that was “above and beyond” what was usual and the trial judge, Mr Justice Paul McDermott, had restricted the media’s representation in court during the trial.

Mr Justice Birmingham listed the case for mention on March 13 “to take stock” of arrangements that would be put in place.

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One of the two teenage boys who were found guilty of murdering Ana Kriegel has lodged an appeal against his conviction . BOY B was sentenced to 15 years detention for his role in the Kildare schoolgirl’s murder with a review to take place in eight years.

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Boy B was not present in court for the case management procedure. He is currently detained in Oberstown Children Detention Campus and there are already processes in place for his direct transfer to court for the appeal hearing, the court heard.

The earliest possible release date for Boy B is in June 2027.

Sentencing the boys last year, Mr Justice McDermott said that the boys’ first period in detention would last until they were 18, when they will be transferred to an adult facility.

Mr Justice McDermott ordered that reports on the boys’ engagement with educational, psychological and psychiatric services be prepared to assist those taking over their custody.

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

After the boys' transfer to adult prisons in 2022, reports should be submitted in 2024, 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.”

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Boy B led Ana through a park to Glenwood House, an abandoned property. He told detectives he fled when Boy A began attacking Ana. He heard her scream. Ana was a dream come true for us and she always will be. Ana Kriégel 's parents. Prosecutors said forensic evidence showed she fought for her

Two teenage boys have been sentenced for the murder of 14-year-old Ana Kriégel last year, Boy A is to be detained for life and Boy B for 15 years, both A previous appeal court decision had directed that there was an onus on the court to have regard to the future rehabilitation and welfare of children

How both boys faced up to their culpability while in custody would be a factor in determining how long they would eventually end up being detained, Mr Justice McDermott stated.

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