Discussion in 'Trials' started by liltexans, Jun 21, 2019.
More developments today
Man accused of killing MacKenzie Lueck charged with kidnapping another woman
Thanks! From your link:
According to the charging documents, the woman told investigators she met Ajayi on a dating app prior to March 2018.
After meeting him in person, Ajayi invited the woman over to his house and offered to cook her dinner. They met up on or around March 10, 2018.
Court document state as the pair was watch TV on Ajayi's couch, he placed his arm around the woman, started to "intensely" kiss her and tried to touch her inappropriately.
The woman tried to get away from Ajayi, but he pinned her down on the couch and sexually assaulted her, court documents state.
Does he want a combined 300 year sentence? Because this is how you get a 300 year sentence.
Kidnapping, murder, body desecration, obstruction of justice, child porn, sexual assault...
Wow. This guy just keeps dropping the bar lower and lower. Loathsome predator!
Telling you guys, what we know now is merely a tiny portion. This one here is going to be much bigger. All the earmarks are there.
Yeah, there tends to be a pattern of escalating behavior that leads up to murder.
We now know of two sexual assaults, and I’m sure there are more.
Most crimes like that go unreported.
Exactly, well stated. The patterns are there and they tend to always show us what we will eventually learn for those who know how to see them. Again, well stated.
You know what is really heartbreaking? That if any of those crimes had been reported and he had been arrested for any of them, perhaps ML would still be alive today. I would hope that she did some searching of her potential SDs or dates. I know I would. But nothing would have shown up.
That is why we must enable victims to report without fear, shame, repercussions. Our voices matter. For ourselves and for others.
I often think about this but if I may make a suggestion: You will drive yourself up the wall if you think in a "what if" way about these issues. I know it is difficult as when I first began looking into serious issues long ago I would stare at the evidence and find the initial triggering event(s) and the same thing popped into my mind. I know many have different opinions on why this happens and how to remedy it but I am a firm believer in how things used to be in the older days about loosing (in these cases) men upon those who harm or mistreat women in these ways. Back in the 80s and 90s if a man/group of men ever found out about another harming women or kids then that guy who was doing it would be toast and after he was toast then the police/feds would move in and handle the legal aspects of it. Women felt much more secure in telling their Father, or brother, or guy friend or anyone because they knew that men didn't stand for that type of behavior.
I am not in anyway trying to make this any type of political statement but rather just remembering how much easier it was to stop these types of issues back in the time period when women and kids felt much safer about discussing the issues because they knew someone would immediately look into and handle the issue until the police caught up to the problem. Now that simply does not happen outside of rare instances.
I'm not sure if there's a hell hot enough for AA. MOO
AUG 20, 2019
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.
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. He declined to elaborate on the evidence prosecutors have, but added they “feel comfortable" with the decision to charge Ajayi in the case.
Not surprised unfortunately. I'm sure there will be more.
biting her?? This man is sick.
Words fail me.
Wonder if he's killed before ?
A man who authorities say killed a Utah college student this summer was charged Tuesday with sexual abuse and kidnapping of another woman in 2018.
Ayoola Ajayi, 31, is accused of sexually assaulting a woman he met on a dating app in March 2018 at his house. Prosecutors say they learned about the crime as part of an ongoing investigation of Ajayi.
The woman reported the crime to police after Ajayi was charged in June with murder and kidnapping in the death of 23-year-old Mackenzie Lueck, said Salt Lake County District Attorney Sim Gill. He declined to say if police have heard from other alleged victims, but said the investigation remains open.
Suspect in Utah student’s death charged in 2018 assault
The man charged with killing and kidnapping MacKenzie Lueck has been charged with kidnapping and sexually abusing a second woman in 2018, court documents reveal.
Aggravated kidnapping and three counts of forcible sexual abuse charges were filed against Ayoola Ajayi in the Third District Court Tuesday.
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If he has killed before we’re probably going to find out soon since he hasn’t been great at hiding anything thus far.
Truer words were never spoken (typed) PM.
Yes, but Kenzie will forever be a hero more-so than a victim in my mind. I have zero doubt she saved countless other women and children from this monster. I wish to god she didn’t have to give her life for it, but I don’t think we can comprehend how many more people this piece of ##### would’ve victimized.
It is highly possible that KL discovered something, was about to inform on it, and that made her dangerous to this bastard. Logically speaking it does make sense but I guess we just have to wait and see.