Found Deceased UT - REMAINS FOUND - MacKenzie "Kenzie" Lueck, 23, Salt Lake City, 17 June 2019 #10 *ARREST*

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  1. Coquette

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    Yes, Daily Mail is allowed. That information about the contractor and his interview has already been posted here, but feel free to add the DM article. I really do suggest taking a look through the threads to catch up. You'll find so much detailed information about this case here.

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    Former Army IT specialist, 31, is charged with kidnap and murder of missing Mackenzie Lueck | Daily Mail Online

    Ex-Army IT specialist, 31, is charged with kidnap and murder of missing 'sugar baby' Mackenzie Lueck, as police reveal Utah student's charred remains were found in suspect's yard
    • Student Mackenzie Lueck, a sorority member aged 23, disappeared on June 17
    • Ex-Army IT specialist, Ayoola Ajayi, 31, has now been charged with her murder
    • Update comes as police dug for evidence in the backyard of 'person of interest'
    • A neighbor claims to have seen him burning something in his yard with gasoline
    • Police found 'female human tissue' in his backyard, matching the DNA to Lueck
    • Ajayi also faces charges of aggravated kidnapping and desecration of a body
    Ajayi is said to have admitted corresponding with Lueck via text on June 16, but denied any further contact afterwards and said he never arranged to meet the slain sorority girl.

    He allegedly told police he has no idea what she looks like, but investigators say they have found photos of Lueck on his phone, including pictures of her 'online profile'.
     
  4. mpnola

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    Exactly. And the contractor saying that he said money is no object makes me think he made that claim freely. He used the "I have money to throw" line to get what he wants. I can easily see this being an option for what happened. He has been giving her money/ promising more money/ whatever. And to me, you know when you wear your cozy clothes to go meet with a guy? When you already have an established demeanor with him. That's when you go see him just like you are! And yeah. I would take my suitcase straight from the airport to go sleep by him. (Not HIM him, but the "him" in the scenario lol). As a matter of fact, I did just that before. I got off the plane from Vegas and a guy I had been dating called while I was waiting for my luggage. I took a cab to him rather than home. With my bags. Just how I got off the plane. Hair in a bun and hung over and everything.
     
  5. WhimsicalWillow

    WhimsicalWillow All of my posts are MOO & accuracy not guaranteed

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    https://www.google.com/amp/s/amp.cn...nzie-lueck-missing-search-saturday/index.html

    Not sure if this was posted more in depth regarding the contractor’s conversation with the ***.

    Ajayi was "adamant about telling me that money wasn't an object," Wolf recalled, saying the man emphasized that "he just needed to get it done now."

    "He told me the reason he wanted it done so fast was his girlfriend was coming out. He didn’t tell me her name, what she looked like, anything like that — he just said that his girlfriend was coming into town and needed to get it done before she got there because she was a Mormon girl. He did say she was a white girl” and “she didn’t know he drank so he wanted to hide his alcohol from her.” (Lueck's family is Mormon.)
     
  7. Charlot123

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    It is quite an issue; I believe books by Gabor Maté, a renowned Canadian physician, are very illustrative.

    I don’t know what kind of a relationship ML had with AA, it is probably all part of the investigation now.
     
  8. WhimsicalWillow

    WhimsicalWillow All of my posts are MOO & accuracy not guaranteed

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    I feel so sad. AA, now that he's been arrested and now that we know the book he wrote along with his alleged request of a secret room with hooks, sounds like had horror movie-like fantasies. I am worried that we will find out this was gruesome and I don't know if I want to know now. Ugh.
     
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    For me, ML's death crystalized how dangerous all these platforms we depend on can be. Three or more platforms facilitated this murder: Lyft, Airbnb, Tinder and Special Arrangements. That we know of.

    Moreover, ML extensive online presence and her friends materializing on line gives us the feeling that we know her. So death becomes more personal. Same for AA, his online presence cloaks his true self and we can experience how individuals manipulate their image. In his case, we know who he is and the lies he peddled to conceal true self.

    The victim, the murderer, their Internet tools irradiate our experience, distorting our usual distance from these horrors.
     
  10. Jethro4WS

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    Have you missed the entire Sugar Daddy / Sugar Baby lifestyle she had been involved with? LE was aware of it. Our Verified Insider talked about it. Kenzie posted about it.

    Nothing has been said whether that is what was going on here. So, we don't know whether or not she knew this guy in some other capacity. Law enforcement has not said they were dating.
     
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    Your post Anance, sums this up in your last line.
    This way of life, is now what is available for us.
     
  13. Charlot123

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    He is a sick ***. Poor ML, her family and friends. And I hope the UT and TX LE will comb through all other disappearances of young women because I am almost sure ML is not the first one. From his friend’s account, he doesn’t seem to be particular to any specific ethnicity, it is important as we have women of all ethnic groups, all races, who disappeared. (Check all his trips, too, that he might have had).
     
  14. Anance

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    Yes! In Britain, a man had a cluster fly infestation (huge Brit fly) and his neighbors called the police voicing suspicions he had hidden body in his home. It must have been a slow month at the precinct cause the coppers showed up ready to roll! They ransacked his house, the neighbors scrummed around, while he was shaking w/his cup of tea in the garden. Then "Sorry, old chap" and left.
     
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    He will never be deported because he will die in a US jail if he doesn't get the death penalty. I'm thankful Utah is a death penalty state so he will never be free again. And I hope he takes that plea for the sake of ML's family.
     
  16. indicolite22

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    Lyft doesn't seem to have anything to do with the murder. She could have taken any other transport service, including a taxi. We don't know if Airbnb played a factor in this case or that she was even aware of it. The only online connection that seems likely at this point are dating sites. Even then, if he wasn't one of her SDs, she could have known the guy from somewhere else.
     
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    You're right but it was used to his advantage. The driver was questioned and vilified, giving AA a few days to be under the radar, and he knew that there wouldn't be a record of his address if she met him at the park.
     
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  18. indicolite22

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    Yeah, but they got to him through her phone records, so the Lyft connection is irrelevant. Had they obtained the records earlier, this would have been over more quickly.
     
  19. Rosiebones

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    I thought he was called the POI (person of interest) so what is *** ?
     
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    It's so exceptionally illogical to place any blame at the feet of "platforms" when, exactly what you said - it could have been a taxi.

    The Lyft driver has nothing to feel guilty or sorry for. He was just performing a task. Does the person who sold AA the gasoline to start his fire or the ISP that provided his internet have anything to feel guilty for?

    Regardless of everything, there's only one thing that facilitated the crime and that was AA's perversion.
     
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