The mother of murdered schoolgirl Ana Kriegel said she is being chased by the & # 39; torture and sadistic violation & # 39; who suffered her daughter because the grandfather of one of her murderers insisted that the boy be a & # 39; loving, caring child & # 39; used to be.
Ana, 14, was found dead in an abandoned farm near Dublin in May 2018 and two 15-year-old boys were found guilty of her murder earlier this year.
Ana & # 39; s mother Geraldine Kriegel described yesterday in an emotional court ruling her daughter as & # 39; the most beautiful child in the world & # 39; and said: & # 39; Living without Ana is no longer a life & # 39 ;.
Mrs. Kriegel issued a statement about the impact of the victim for sentencing the boys next week.
Victim: the body of 14-year-old Ana Kriegel (pictured on a family photo) was found in an abandoned farm near Dublin in May 2018
Haunted: Patric and Geraldine Kriegel, the parents of the murdered Ana Kriegel, left the Central Criminal Court in Dublin yesterday after Mrs. Kriegel had made an emotional victim statement
Mrs. Kriegel told the Central Criminal Court in Dublin that the day she and her husband had adopted Ana was the & # 39; happiest day of our lives & # 39; Has been.
& # 39; She was wild and amazing, electric, so full of fun, madness and laughter, & # 39; Mrs. Kriegel said to the court.
& # 39; We could not believe the happiness and joy we had found in our lives. She was the love of our lives and every night before she went to bed, she told us she loved us too.
& # 39; She was the love of our lives and every night before she went to bed, she told us she loved us too. & # 39;
Mrs. Kriegel describes the & # 39; cold anxiety & # 39; of the disappearance of Ana and said that after the trauma of the death of the schoolgirl she still had & # 39; ghostly nightmares & # 39; lived.
& # 39; No one could suspect the evil that was waiting for her. No one could anticipate the darkness that swirled in the souls of those who killed and violated her, & she said.
& # 39; She wanted to live, but she was not allowed to do that. Our lives are being destroyed by what happened to Ana.
& # 39; We can never again view a group of teenage boys in the same way. That cold fear strikes and brings back all horror.
& # 39; Imagine the fear. Imagine the pain she suffered. That will be with us all our lives.
& # 39; We are & # 39; wake up at night and think of the fear she felt when she realized she was going to be killed. & # 39;
& # 39; Wild and wonderful & # 39 ;: Mrs. Kriegel paid an emotional tribute to her daughter Ana (photo) prior to the sentencing of her two 15-year-old killers
Mrs. Kriegel continued: & # 39; We are walking & # 39; through the house at night and torment us about the torture she has suffered, the terrible pain she has suffered, the sadistic violation of her beautiful, pure and innocent body. & # 39;
& # 39; She was just a little girl with so much hope and dreams and so much love in her that she generously shared with everyone who knew her.
& # 39; Which words can describe how we feel in the loss of our wonderful girl.
& # 39; The pain of living without her is unbearable. There is so much emptiness in our lives without her.
& # 39; Living without Ana is no longer a life, nor is it an existence, it is a misery that we have to endure for the rest of our lives.
& # 39; We have lost our dear daughter. Her brother has lost his sister and every family occasion is drenched in pain and sorrow. & # 39;
The 15-year-old boys, who cannot be named for legal reasons, remain awaiting their conviction next Tuesday.
Ana's naked body was found in May in an abandoned farm in Lucan, Co. Dublin, after her parents reported the 14-year-old missing.
Both boys were found guilty of murder and Boy A was also convicted of serious sexual abuse.
The six-week trial heard how police officers read a book with a & # 39; satanic promise & # 39; found in Boy A.'s house
References include those to a & # 39; satanistic cult & # 39 ;, in which a number of & # 39; lines & # 39; described, including no & # 39; talk about Jesus or God, only Satan & # 39 ;.
Yesterday, Boy A watched as his grandfather said the teenager & # 39; incredibly sorry & # 39; about the death of Ana.
Mrs. Kriegel (pictured yesterday with her husband Patric outside the Dublin court) said she was lying awake at night, haunted by the & # 39; terror & # 39; with which her daughter had been confronted
Mrs. Kriegel offered his & # 39; sincere sympathy & # 39; after he had listened to her emotional statement and the grandfather said that he & # 39; personal heartache & # 39; was about death.
& # 39; (My grandson) is a loving, kind, caring child who never got into trouble or showed any aggression in my experience with him. He is loved by parents, sister and grandparents, & he said.
He said his grandson was very happy in high school and loved practical subjects.
Nor can the grandfather be named to prevent the boy from being identified.
The court heard earlier how Boy A has accepted that he caused the death of Ana, but continues to deny that he has sexually abused her.
In the death records, he described a number of actions, including headlock, choke hold, kicking, hitting her with a stick and with a block, the court heard.
The court heard there was a dispute about whose idea it was to meet Ana, who decided to meet in the disused farm and how Ana's clothing was removed.
There was also a dispute about who attacked Ana and with what, who hit her phone when it started to ring and put the tape around her neck.
Boy B has maintained that he played no role in the death of Ana and says that he ran away when he saw that Boy A attacked her.
Garda Detective Inspector Mark O & Neill said no explanation was given why the 14-year-old was murdered.
The two boys will be sentenced next Tuesday.
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