Published Monday, 21 November 2011
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Nine-year-old Jennifer was abducted by the paedophile in August 1981, as she cycled to a friend's house in Ballinderry.
Black, 64, was found guilty last month of kidnap and murder following a six week trial. The jury at Armagh Crown Court delivered a unanimous verdict after just over four hours of deliberation.
The former delivery driver, who was in Northern Ireland on a work trip from London, murdered Jennifer before dumping her body in a dam close to a roadside lay-by. He then caught the overnight ferry back to England.
It is understood the killer's legal team will submit appeal papers to the court authorities in Belfast within two weeks.
Black, who is already serving multiple life sentences in Wakefield prison in England, is due to be sentenced for Jennifer's kidnap and murder by judge Mr Justice Ronald Weatherup on December 8.
Jennifer's murder was the fourth for which Black has been convicted.
In 1994, he was found guilty of three unsolved child murders in the 1980s - those of 11-year-old Susan Maxwell, from the Scottish Borders, five-year-old Caroline Hogg, from Edinburgh, and Sarah Harper, 10, from Morley, near Leeds - and a failed abduction bid in Nottingham in 1988.
In 1990, Black was caught by police with a six-year-old girl bound and gagged in the back of his van in the Scottish village of Stow.
She was barely alive, following a sexual assault just moments before he was apprehended.
Police in England also believe Black may be connected with the disappearance of 13-year-old Genette Tate.
The newspaper delivery girl was last seen in a rural lane in Aylesbeare, Devon, in 1978. Genette's bike and papers were found scattered at the scene.
No trace of her body has ever been found and, although Black remains the prime suspect in the case, three years ago the Crown Prosecution Service decided there was not enough evidence against the 64-year-old to charge him.
But the verdict in the Cardy case - and in particular the prosecution's reliance on crucial "similar fact" evidence related to his past crimes - could prompt detectives to submit another file to the CPS.