L-O-L: African Arrested for Killing Salt Lake City Whore MacKenzie Lueck

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
June 28, 2019

An African individual has been arrested for the murder of a missing prostitute in Salt Lake City.

Multiculturalism creates a real dilemma for women:

On the one hand, they get all of these new brown people to have sex with. On the other hand, they often are murdered by them.

Salt Lake Tribune:

Investigators say missing University of Utah student MacKenzie Lueck has died — and they have arrested a Salt Lake City man who police say killed her and burned her body.

Ayoola Ajayi, 31, has been booked into jail on suspicion of aggravated murder, aggravated kidnapping, desecration of a body and obstruction of justice after a SWAT team took him into custody Friday morning at a West Temple apartment complex, said Salt Lake City Police Chief Mike Brown.

“I will not be saying the killer’s name again,” Brown said.

Lueck’s family released a brief statement thanking police and others who helped with the investigation.

Lueck, a 23-year-old University of Utah student, has been missing since June 17, when she arrived back in Salt Lake City from California, where she was attending her grandmother’s funeral. She texted her mother when her flight landed and then ordered a Lyft to Hatch Park in North Salt Lake, nearly 9 miles from her home near Trolley Square, Brown said.

Her parents reported her missing on June 20 and the search since then has drawn national attention.

Phone records showed Ajayi was the last person Lueck communicated with before she disappeared, Brown said. They also show Ajayi’s and Lueck’s phones were in Hatch Park within one minute of each other.

In a police interview with Ajayi, Brown said, the suspect claimed he texted Lueck on June 16 at about 6 p.m. but had no further contact with her. He said he didn’t know what Lueck looked like and said he hadn’t seen her photos or online profile, Brown said — but he had several photos of her, including an image from an online profile. Brown did not disclose what website the profile was on.

On Wednesday, investigators began an all-night search of Ajayi’s home in Rose Park. Neighbors reported seeing Ajayi using gasoline to burn something June 17 and 18 in his backyard, Brown said, and police found a “fresh dig area” in the same spot in the yard. They conducted a “forensic excavation” of that part of the yard and found several charred items matching the description of Lueck’s personal belongings, Brown said.

Police also found charred human tissue, Brown said. DNA testing showed a match for Lueck.

Police did not discuss how Ajayi and Lueck came into contact with each other or why they met in Hatch Park — though address records show Lueck had previously lived in an apartment about 0.2 mile from the park.

Ajayi has no criminal history in Utah apart from some traffic citations.

A friend of Ajayi who lived with him in the house for a few months in 2018 said the allegations are stunning for a man who tended carefully to his image as an educated, cultured professional. According to Ajayi’s LinkedIn profile, he has worked in information technology for Dell, Goldman Sachs, Microsoft, Comcast and the U.S. Army. He also modeled for fine art photographs.

“He’s definitely a guy that likes to maintain an appearance,” said Sakari Moore, who said he first met Ajayi when they were in basic training together with the U.S. Army in Fort Jackson, S.C. In January 2018, Moore relocated to Utah and temporarily moved into downstairs rooms that Ajayi has advertised for rent on Airbnb.

“A.J. was a very bright guy, he knew his material. This is why it comes as a bit of a shock. To maintain his rapport of being well-read, with computers, with clients, and then to just flip a switch — I can’t really imagine it,” Moore said. “AJ would be the kind of guy that’s, ‘Hey, let’s go to the Asian supermarket and buy a couple of crabs and go back to my house and eat.’”

Oh so he a crab nigga.

I feel ya, I feel ya.

Ajayi in 2018 wrote a crime novel titled “Forge Identity.” According to the author’s biography, he was born and raised in Africa; his national origin is not identified, but the characters in the book live in Nigeria.

“[Ajayi] has survived a tyrannical dictatorship [and] escaped a real life crime,” the bio states. “He has been a salesman, an entrepreneur, and a writer.”

A plot summary on Goodreads.com states that “Forge Identity” is about a character named Ezekiel, who is 15 when he witnesses two murders and, in his trauma, is enticed to a life of crime.

“Ezekiel must decide if he will join the ranks of a criminal mastermind, or fight to escape the tyranny that has surrounded his young life. Or even beat them at their own game,” the summary states. “When trust is lost, can he even trust himself?”

The book’s description is of interest:

Ezekiel was almost 15 when he witnessed a gruesome murder. An angry mob burned his neighbor alive in the street and the man died at his feet. Sadly, it was not the last time he witnessed such horror. With his well respected father as guide and mentor, Ezekiel saw this death, then a death much closer to home when a loved one was killed in the same brutal, terrifying way 50 feet from him, and he could do nothing to stop it.

I wonder if he burned her alive?

That would be HILARIOUS.

People are asking me: “Anglin, with only 2.5% of Salt Lake City’s population being black, how is it you were able to predict that MacKenzie Lueck was killed by a black guy?”

Well, it’s very simple, really.

As a young man, I killed a nest of Skeksis and acquired a dark crystal which allows me to see through time and space and make accurate predictions about the race of the murderer every time a blonde white girl disappears.

As a whore, she was assuredly familiar with the favorite whore phrase “only God can judge me.”

I guess He did that.

Good luck making it back to Kolob, you stupid whore.

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