Two boys, both 14, are found guilty of murdering a girl, also 14

A teenager obsessed with Satan sexually abused a 14-year-old girl and killed her with the help of another boy.

The corpse of Ana Kriegel was discovered with a ligature around the neck in Lucan, County Dublin, days after she went missing on May 14 last year.

Two 14-year-olds, known as Boy A and Boy B, were found guilty on Tuesday of having killed her with a concrete block before leaving her naked body in a derelict house on the outskirts of Dublin.

Boy A was further found guilty of an aggravated assault and the six-week lawsuit heard how police officers found a book with a & # 39; satanic vow & # 39; at his place.

References include those to a & # 39; satanistic cult & # 39 ;, in which a number of & # 39; lines & # 39; were described, including no & # 39; talk about Jesus or God, only Satan & # 39 ;.

After the Dublin Court of Appeal was abandoned yesterday, Ana & # 39; s parents Patric and Geraldine Kriegel told the media that their daughter Ana & # 39; our strength & # 39; used to be.

Ana Kriegel, 14, was discovered with a ligature around the neck in a ruined house in Lucan, Co. Dublin on May 14

Ana Kriegel, 14, was discovered with a ligature around the neck in a ruined house in Lucan, Co. Dublin on May 14

Her mother said: & # 39; Ana was a dream come true for us, and she will always be.

& # 39; She will remain in our hearts, loved forever and cherished forever. We love you, Ana. & # 39;

Former pathologist-pathologist professor Marie Cassidy identified about 50 injuries to the head and body of the schoolgirl and concluded that the cause of death was blunt trauma to the head and neck.

A charred 3ft stick with a nail through the end and part of a concrete breeze block were discovered on the scene covered with the blood of the victims.

Former pathologist-pathologist professor Marie Cassidy gave evidence of penetration or attempted penetration, as well as blunt power injuries.

The jury of eight men and four women deliberated 14 hours and 25 minutes after a six-week trial in the Dublin Central Criminal Court.

The jury foreman's hand was shaking as she handed the papers to the clerk before declaring that they had found both boys guilty of all charges for which they were respectively charged: murder for both, aggravated assault for boy A.

Judge Paul McDermott thanked the jury who, according to him, was taken off the street to think about these matters, and that is all the more reason to express deep appreciation to you, I can offer you nothing but the most genuine gratitude and excuse you & # 39 ;.

After the verdict, Ana & # 39; s parents, Patric and Geraldine Kriegel embraced each other and their friends and wept in court.

Boy B's father left the room immediately after the verdict, slammed the door, and shortly afterwards clapped and said aloud: & # 39; An innocent child goes to jail. & # 39;

Both the mothers of Boy A and B cried and held their sons before they were brought to prison by Gardai.

Ana Kriegel & # 39; s parents Patric and Geraldine Kriegel leave the central criminal court in Dublin on Tuesday

Ana Kriegel & # 39; s parents Patric and Geraldine Kriegel leave the central criminal court in Dublin on Tuesday

Ana Kriegel & # 39; s parents Patric and Geraldine Kriegel leave the central criminal court in Dublin on Tuesday

Both boys were held in pre-trial detention until 15 July.

Justice McDermott asked both the school reports of both boys and a number of reports on social work.

The jury was asked to consider a range of evidence in the case, including more than 15 hours of police interviews, statements from juvenile witnesses, CCTV tapes, and a number of items and clothing.

Marce Lee Gorman, Forensic Science Ireland, examined Ana's black top, which she said was torn and severely damaged, pulling and stretching parts of the fabric.

Blood expert and DNA specialist John Hoade testified that the blood certificate showed that Boy A Ana had also attacked or was near when she was attacked.

The black boots that Boy A wore on the day Ana disappeared were examined and found to have blood stains in nine different places.

The blood stains all corresponded to Ana & # 39; s DNA profile.

The defender of boy B informed the jury that the boy, who was accused of luring Ana to the place of her death, was set up by his co-proprietor & # 39 ;.

Boy B told the officers that when he returned home from school after that day, Boy A called to his house and asked him to call Ana.

He said he thought Boy A wanted to tell Ana that he didn't want a relationship with her, because someone had previously told him that Ana would like Boy A.

Ana's body was destroyed by 50 injuries and the cause of death was determined as bone fracture trauma

Ana's body was destroyed by 50 injuries and the cause of death was determined as bone fracture trauma

Ana's body was destroyed by 50 injuries and the cause of death was determined as bone fracture trauma

& # 39; I initially said no, but then he started saying & # 39; please, please, please. & # 39; I finally agreed. & # 39;

After several interviews, Boy B admitted that he had been in the house with Ana and Boy A, but walked away when Boy A started attacking Ana.

The court also heard that a number of items in Boy B's home were seized, including tape that was the same brand as around Ana & n's neck.

The tape was found in the shed.

Boy's father explained that it was specialized tape used for insulation.

During interrogation, Boy A said he was with Ana on May 14, but when police told him that Ana's parents reported missing at 8 p.m. time.

Boy A returned home that evening with a number of injuries and claimed that he was attacked by two men in the local park where he had last seen her.

Ana & # 39; s mother told the court that she & # 39; delivered immediately & # 39; was when she discovered that her daughter had left with one of the boys.

Ana & # 39; s father told the court that her primary school years & # 39; very happy years & # 39; but that she was subsequently bullied in high school in the months before she died.

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