Utah: Nigerian Arrested for Murder Faces Additional Charges

This is an update on the dreadful case in Utah where a Nigerian, who should not have been in the country, allegedly kidnapped, killed and then attempted to burn the body of a college coed, faces new charges.

From the Salt Lake Tribune,

Suspect in slaying of Utah student MacKenzie Lueck charged with kidnapping, sexually abusing another woman

 

The man accused of killing MacKenzie Lueck, a 23-year-old University of Utah student, has been charged with four new felony counts of kidnapping and sexually abusing another woman in March 2018.

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Ayoola Ajayi’s little house of horrors….

This is the second set of new charges filed against 31-year-old Ayoola Ajayi since he was booked into jail in connection with Lueck’s alleged murder. Last week, prosecutors charged Ajayi with 19 counts of sexual exploitation of a minor after they found numerous pornographic photos of children on his computer.

The charges filed Tuesday in Utah’s 3rd District Court allege he abused a woman he met on an unspecified dating app. Ajayi invited the woman to his home to cook her dinner on March 10, 2018, and the charges allege that while they watched TV on his couch, he started “intensely” kissing her and trying to touch her inappropriately and forcefully.

When the woman tried to get away, Ajayi allegedly pinned her down and bit her at least three times, “causing her significant pain, and left bruising and bite marks,” the charges said. He is now facing a first-degree felony charge of aggravated kidnapping and three counts of forcible sexual abuse, a second-degree felony.

Salt Lake County District Attorney Sim Gill said the woman came to law enforcement with these allegations after Lueck’s death. The delayed report “is understandable because many victims of sexual trauma don’t always disclose,” Gill said.

Presumably this woman is on her knees every day thanking God she didn’t suffer the same fate as poor Mackenzie.

Too bad she didn’t come forward immediately after the incident and maybe the creep would have been removed from the country (wishful thinking on my part because the authorities wouldn’t have booted him for a little sexual abuse!).

But, heck, maybe they would have found the child porn in his home, if the woman had come forward earlier.

Gill also declined to say whether anyone else has come forward with new allegations against Ajayi.

More here.

I wonder how many more women abused by the Nigerian (who should have been deported long ago) are out there?

Although my reach is limited, I’m trying to keep some of the most dreadful murder cases involving immigrants in the national spotlight.

Because they don’t fit the politically correct narrative the national media spews out every day, it is important for us to keep instructive cases like this one in front of as many Americans as possible.

See all of my previous posts on Ayoola Ajayi by clicking here.

Utah: Nigerian Man Charged in Killing of College Coed had Child Pornography in his Home

This is an update in the ongoing investigation into the brutal murder of Mackenzie Lueck.

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(See all of my previous posts here, and my prediction that this story will go away, except for media in Utah, because the alleged killer should not have been in the US in the first place and he is African.)

From the New York Daily News (the only national news outlet I see that is still following the story),

Suspect charged in murder of University of Utah student Mackenzie Lueck also facing 19 counts for child porn

 

An investigation into the killing of University of Utah student Mackenzie Lueck turned up a collection of child pornography on a computer allegedly belonging to the murder suspect.

The Salt Lake County District Attorney’s Office on Tuesday announced that 31-year-old Ayoola Ajayi was charged with 19 counts of sexually exploiting a minor after authorities discovered “numerous images of children engaged in sex acts” during a search of the suspect’s home on June 26.

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The 19 images, described in the probable cause document in graphic detail, show girls believed to be between the ages of 4 and 8 years old performing sex acts or posing suggestively in various stages of undress.

Authorities did not indicate any link between Lueck’s death and the pornographic images.

Ajayi was previously charged in July with aggravated murder, aggravated kidnapping, obstruction of justice and abuse or desecration of a human body in connection with Lueck’s slaying.

[….]

When authorities discovered her body, Lueck’s arms had been bound behind her back and the medical examiner said she died from blunt force trauma to the head.

Amid the investigation into her slaying, authorities combed through both Lueck and Ajayi’s social media and dating profiles in a bid to find a connection between the two. According to court documents, they both had accounts on a site called “Seeking Arrangements” — which bills itself as a way for wealthy “sugar daddies” to connect with “sugar babies.”  

The story should be spread widely to warn other young women living in la-la land that there are a lot of predatory monsters out there just waiting to prey on them!

Salt Lake County District Attorney Sam Gill said his office is now working to determine where the pornographic images on Ajyai’s computer were made and who made them. He told The Salt Lake Tribune they will use federal resources in their probe, which is also aimed at identifying the victims.

Evidence Piling Up Against Nigerian in Brutal Murder of Utah Coed

Of course you would only know that if you were following Utah media reports on the case.  The national media has long since moved on after an initial little flurry of coverage back in June and early July.

Once the mainstream media figured out that this was not a story they wanted to help spread—African man, here illegally, slaughters beautiful white girl—because it doesn’t fit the narrative of immigrants as people just like us looking for a better life, the veil on the case has dropped.

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My previous posts on the horrible murder are here:  https://fraudscrookscriminals.com/?s=Ajayi

 

Except in Utah where bits of news come out every few days.  Stories like this one:

New witness: MacKenzie Lueck murder suspect wanted to carry out ‘disturbing’ project

 

Before I get to the story, let me say again that because of the Leftwing media mob’s on-going efforts to keep quiet about news that doesn’t fit their political agenda we have a whole generation of young people who are not sufficiently wary about monsters like Ayoola Ajayi.

Is no one warning their daughters and granddaughters to be more careful about who they meet up with through social media?  Are all the Progressive parents too fearful of looking like ‘racists’ to their own kids?

One of the things that struck me on reading this latest report from Utah is how dumb the alleged killer is.

We heard he was some savvy IT guy who was building an image of himself as a person of quality.

Sheesh, he was dumb.

Didn’t he know that his phone would ultimately be his undoing as the police used its location to move in quickly?

Of course not quickly enough to save Mackenzie who apparently foolishly never let anyone know where she was going at 3 a.m.

Anyway….

Here is the news from Fox13 in Salt Lake City:

SALT LAKE CITY — New details are unfolding in the investigation into the murder of University of Utah student MacKenzie Lueck, and a witness is now describing why he’s troubled by what he said suspect Ayoola Ajayi asked him to do in the days after Lueck disappeared.

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Ajayi allegedly tried to burn Lueck’s body in the backyard of this house.  Don’t miss what a housekeeper told the media.  https://www.insideedition.com/alleged-mackenzie-lueck-killer-was-ted-bundy-says-former-house-cleaner-54104

That man said Ajayi reached out to him for a backyard landscaping project. That proposed project has now turned into evidence for detectives.

Landon Fullmer owns 360 Landscapes. He’s taken on quite a few projects for the busy summer season.

Though, when he thinks about this summer, there’s one project, in particular, he’ll always remember — even though he never actually took it on.

He said a man named Ayoola Ajayi contacted Fullmer through Angie’s List on Monday, June 24. That was one week after Lueck disappeared, and days after her family reported her missing.

Apparently, Ajayi wanted the land in his backyard leveled. That’s all he indicated on his request, Fullmer said.

“We had a phone conversation,” Fullmer explained. “I asked him to be a little bit more specific in what he was looking for. He said his backyard needed to be leveled or graded, maybe some soil and some sod brought in.”

Continue reading here.

Fullmer never did meet up with Ajayi to discuss the project because on the day they were scheduled to talk, the police had swooped in on Ajayi and were focusing on the back yard.

Just like the case of alleged serial killer Billy Chemirmir in Texas, I’m staying on it because it does have lessons to teach. Of course, lessons the PC media doesn’t want to give you!

So what do you do? 

Make sure this story doesn’t die!  Send it around through social media and consider that by doing so you might actually save the life of some naive young woman (or man) who is living in diversity-is-beautiful la-la land!

Utah Update: Immigration Status Unclear for Nigerian Charged in Coed Murder

Well, check this out!

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Authorities maintained from day one (if they mentioned it at all) that Ayoola Ajayi was a US citizen. (See my previous posts here.)

Now, we are told many paragraphs into a story with this headline that his immigration status is unclear!

 

Ayoola Ajayi, suspect in MacKenzie Lueck’s murder, expunged his Utah theft case, clearing his record

Of course it is too late for poor Mackenzie, but is this one more dreadful crime that could have been prevented had he been thrown out of the country years ago?

From The Salt Lake Tribune,

The 2012 report from Utah State University says police there wanted Ayoola Ajayi charged with a class B misdemeanor for stealing an iPad.

What happened after that has been a mystery in the three weeks since he was accused of kidnapping and killing MacKenzie Lueck in Salt Lake City, when reporters and investigators tried to reconstruct his background. Utah’s court database has no listing of charges being filed.

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A piece of the puzzle was solved Wednesday. An employee who answered the phone at the Cache County jail confirmed its records on Ajayi had been expunged.

[….]

….people convicted of crimes have more incentive to seek an expungement. Convictions, even for a misdemeanor offense like Ajayi was suspected of, can prevent people from gaining jobs, loans, serving in the military and obtaining concealed firearm permits.

People who knew Ajayi have said he carefully built an image of an educated professional. An expunged conviction would allowed Ajayi to say “the arrest or conviction did not happen,” according to the Utah State Courts. It also would have prevented the public, including Lueck, from finding any conviction in a public records search.

Many paragraphs in….

Ajayi is from Nigeria. The Salt Lake County Attorney’s Office has said he is a legal resident of the United States, though no one has specified his exact immigration status.

[….]

There are mixed opinion on whether expunging a conviction would have helped Ajayi in any immigration or naturalization proceeding. Some legal guides say theft can be considered a crime of moral turpitude for which someone can be denied permanent residency.

[….]

July 22, 2012, campus police investigated the theft of an iPad, according to reports provided by the campus. The next day, USU technology staff found that someone was using the tablet to access the internet. Police found Ajayi using the iPad in the iconic academic building known as Old Main, a report says.

An officer searched the iPad’s web history and found that, though Ajayi was married, he accessed dating sites, listed himself as single and was pursuing “a female as a prospect to marry to keep from being deported.”

Much more here.

Utah: Nigerian Charged in Murder of College Student

“…media outlets purposely ignore stories that upend their preferred immigrants-as-choirboys narrative.”

(Dave Seminara at The Federalist)

While I was away, authorities in Salt Lake City charged Ayoola Ajayi with murder and desecrating a body among other charges that The Salt Lake Tribune says “captivated the state and the nation.”  

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“New American” from Nigeria, Ayoola Ajayi

Well, maybe it captivated Utah but it sure wasn’t reported in any detail nationwide in the mainstream media beyond the initial reports a few weeks ago.

Why is that?

It’s because the narrative is all wrong for the media mob running America these days.

This wasn’t a grateful immigrant seeking a better life in America, but a cheat who reportedly came to the US on a student visa, overstayed the visa, married an American for a brief time and then became a “new American” as the Leftists like to call them.

And, perhaps most telling is that neither this article in The Salt Lake Tribune or any I could find about the charges having been filed on Wednesday even mention Nigeria!  Poof! His history is gone!***

See my earlier reports on Ajayi by clicking here.

Now for the latest….

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Utah Student’s Body Not in Backyard, but Found Dumped in Canyon

In a new twist to a gruesome case, it was announced earlier today that the body of slain Utah coed Mackenzie Lueck was found 85 miles away from the yard belonging to Nigerian Ayoola Ajayi where earlier police said human tissue had been found.

See my previous stories on the case here.

The story at CBS (and elsewhere) is pretty thin so far, but here is the gist of the news.

Body of slain Utah State student Mackenzie Lueck recovered

 

The body of a slain college student has been recovered in a canyon about 85 miles away from a backyard in Salt Lake City where other remains were found last week, Utah police said Friday. The disclosure came at a news conference in the case involving 23-year-old Mackenzie Lueck.

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Authorities previously said some of her charred remains and personal belongings were found in the backyard of the suspect, Ayoola Ajayi, in Salt Lake City. The body was discovered Wednesday in Logan Canyon.

Lueck disappeared June 17, after she returned from a trip to her hometown of El Segundo, California, for her grandmother’s funeral and took a Lyft from the airport to a park where she met someone.

Police say the last person she communicated with was 31-year-old Ayoola Ajayi, who was also in the park. He’s being held on suspicion of aggravated murder, kidnapping and other crimes. No attorney has been listed for him.

Charges have not been filed. District Attorney Sim Gill told CBS affiliate KUTV that his office is screening charges for Ajayi.

Police have not discussed a motive for the killing or how Lueck died. It isn’t clear how Ajayi and Lueck knew each other.

Lueck was missing for nearly two weeks before Ajayi was arrested.

CBS actually mentions Ajayi’s roots in Nigeria (in the last paragraph!).

CNN Posts News Entitled “Here’s what we know about person accused of killing Mackenzie Lueck”

Looking for updated news on the horrible murder of a Utah college student (see my post on the arrest of Ayoola Ajayi here on Friday evening), I see that CNN did an update last night with the above headline.

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Ayoola Adisa Ajayi is expected to be charged tomorrow. We will be watching!

Eager to learn what more the mainstream media might have dug up about the man arrested in the horrific case in Salt Lake City, I opened the link.

They don’t know squat!

There is absolutely nothing new there, but more importantly there is no mention of what alternative media had already reported—that he is Nigerian! (that according to his booking report!).

Some alternative media are also reporting that he came on a student visa and never left. 

Shouldn’t a good investigative reporter find that information with just a little work?

Where are you New York TimesWashington Post?

And, hey CNN, if you don’t know anything, than don’t post headlines like this one!

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The Kenyan illegal alien allegedly killed elderly women by suffocating them with a pillow.  Have you seen his face on cable news?

It is maddening, just like the Texas story of the ‘Kenyan Killer’—-now it appears this ‘new American’ may have killed a minimum of 18 senior citizens—these stories are kept from the average American who only watches cable news.

(Thanks to Breitbart for getting the Texas story out more widely!)

Why aren’t we competing with our stories?

The Left loves to tell their heartwarming stories about “new Americans,” but we dare not tell the horror stories.

And, frankly, immigration control activists aren’t good story-tellers for the most part!

Why is that?