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Boy B has launched an appeal against his conviction for the murder of schoolgirl Ana Kriegel.

The 15-year-old was found guilty of murdering Ana and was sentenced to 15 years, with a review after eight years.

The teen, who was only 13-years-old at the time of Ana’s murder, lured her to the derelict house where she was cruelly killed by Boy A on May 14, 2018.

He lied to Gardaí numerous times before confessing that he watched Boy A attack Ana. 

Boy A has been sentenced to a term of life. He will serve an initial 12 years, followed by a review. He was also convicted of aggravated sexual assault.

Boy A has not lodged an appeal.



Ana Kriégel’s parents have asked the public to always remember their daughter and to keep her in their thoughts.

The two teenage boys who murdered their daughter were sentenced earlier today. Boy A was sentenced to a term of life for the murder of Ana. He will serve an initial 12 years and the sentence will then be reviewed.

Boy B was sentenced to 15 years but his sentence will be reviewed after eight years.

The boys were 13-years-old when they lured Ana to an abandoned building in Lucan and brutally murdered her.

Ana’s parents spoke outside the Central Criminal Court after the two boys were sentenced.

Her father Patrick said, “Justice has been served for Ana. The judge has decided on the sentence and that duty lies with him alone.

“For our part we can only say that forever is not long enough. Please remember Ana and keep her in your heart somewhere,” he shared.

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Her mum Geraldine expressed her gratitude for the Gardaí and public’s support: “We would like to express out extreme gratitude to Mark O’Neill and his team in An Garda Síochána who put everything they had into finding those responsible for Ana’s murder; Síobhán McIntyre, our liaison officer, for holding the family up through all of this pain; Brendan and the legal team; the jury and the judge; the media for being so understanding; the victim support unit; our family, our friends and our neighbours.”

“And thank you to all of the wonderful people out there who supported us and kept us going,” she added.

Ana was 14-years-old when her life was cruelly taken away from her.



The two teenage boys convicted of murdering Ana Kriégel have been sentenced. Boy A has been sentenced to life for murder with a review period after 12 years, The Journal reports.

Boy B has been sentenced to 15 years with a review in eight years.

The boys, who cannot be named publicly, were 13-years-old when they killed 14-year-old Ana Kriégel last year. The young girl was found dead in a derelict farmhouse in Lucan in May 2018.

Both boys were found guilty of murder. Boy A was also found guilty of violent sexual assault.

They are now 15-years-old and were convicted of murdering Ana in June 2019.

The boys are the youngest people in the history of the State to be found guilty of murder.

More to follow.



A sentence hearing for the two boys who murdered Ana Kriegel will take place next week. 

The hearing will include a summary of evidence and a statement by Ana’s parents.

It is believed the hearing will take a full day.

Boy A and Boy B were 13-years-old when they lured the young girl to a desolate house in Lucan and murdered her.

The boys, who are now aged 15, were found guilty of murder earlier this year. Boy A was also found guilty of aggravated sexual assault.



The sentencing of the two boys who murdered Ana Kriegel has been adjourned until October 29.

The sentencing has been delayed to allow more time for psychiatric reports to be completed.

Both boys have been further remanded in custody.

The two 14-years-old were found guilty of murder last month. Boy A was also found guilty of aggravated sexual assault.




Two 14-year-old boys have been found guilty of murdering teenage girl Ana Kriégel, The Irish Times reports.

The young girl was found dead in a derelict farmhouse in Lucan last year.

Both boys were found guilty of murder. Boy A was also found guilty of violent sexual assault.

The two boys are the youngest people in the history of the State to be found guilty of murder.

It is understood that Boy B lured the teenager from her home on May 14, 2018. 

He took Ana to the isolated farmhouse where Boy A was waiting. 

Boy A then allegedly sexually assaulted and murdered Ana, who was 14-years-old at the time of her death.

Both boys pleaded not guilty to murder.

More to follow.






Ana Kriegel was laid to rest yesterday, as family and friends gathered for her funeral.

Mourners paid their respects at Newlands Cross Cemetery in West Dublin. 

Her parents Patrick and Geraldine requested attendees to wear  “sparkle and colour” to celebrate her life.

A Garda escort was given and her dance group, Dance LA formed a guard of honour, according to the Irish Mirror.

The Russian Ambassador, Yury Filatov was in attendance.

Ana was adopted from Siberia, Russian at just two-years-old, in August 2006.

The body of the 14-year-old was recovered in a farmhouse, in Lucan after a Garda investigation.

A 13-year-old boy has been charged in connection with her death.

The boy's identity can't be disclosed for legal reasons.

The accused appeared before the Children's District Court in Dublin last Friday charged in relation to her death, according to Breaking News.

It is believed that the boy was remanded in custody to Oberstown Children's Detention Centre.

According to reports, he will be able to obtain free legal aid. 



One of the two male juveniles arrested on May 24 in the investigation into Ana Kriegel's murder appeared before Dublin District Children’s Court, Smithfield yesterday.

The 14-year-old girl was found murdered in a derelict farmhouse in the Lucan area last week.

Gardaí have been looking at CCTV footage from the area and DNA evidence in their investigation.

On May 25, the 13-year-old boy was charged in connection with the investigation.

Additional reports say he has been charged with murder.

The teen will not be identified considering his age.

He appeared before Dublin District Children's Court at 6pm on Friday.

The second boy was released without charge and a file is being prepared for the Director of Public Prosecutions.

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