Photos: JEWS BEHIND THE DEATHS OF WHITE GIRLS: This gorgeous White girl died because she dated this Black – My Comments

[Some Americans were passing this story around. But the interesting thing are the social pressures brought on white girls, especially in the USA to date blacks or else to be seen as being racist. This utterly lovely white girl died for nothing. It is such a waste of the lives of our people. I do understand that white girls/women are very susceptible to social and peer pressures. That is why white men need to step in and defend them. You will see a NEED for white men to draw the line in the sand often. That's what our role is. Jan]

An American man wrote:

Whites who bring this upon themselves I have no mercy or empathy for.Hate to say this will be the Fate of many liberal whites.

Then an American lady replied:
The media is controlled and evil.
The Semitic Filter

"Why so? Well, I think this story has come up against what you might call the Semitic Filter. Because Jews are so powerful in the media, their attitudes and preferences have huge influence on what is reported and what isn’t. If a story suits the Jewish agenda, it will pass through the filter. If it doesn’t, it generally won’t."

And I agree with the lady.

Here is the whole rotten story:

Ex-army tech worker, 31, pleads guilty to murdering 23-year-old Utah college student Mackenzie Lueck after meeting her on a sugar daddy app then strangling her in his home
Ayoola A. Ajayi pleaded guilty on Wednesday to murdering Mackenzie Lueck
He met Lueck in June 2019 on an app that matches women with sugar daddies
He plotted to murder her before taking her back to his home in Salt Lake City
The pair met up in a park and he then drove her back to his house where he tied her up and choked her
Ajayi pleaded guilty as part of a deal that removed charges of child porn he had been facing
He is expected to be sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole
By ASSOCIATED PRESS

PUBLISHED: 22:46 BST, 7 October 2020 | UPDATED: 17:14 BST, 8 October 2020

A tech worker has pleaded guilty to strangling Utah college student Mackenzie Lueck to death after meeting her on a sugar daddy app.

Ayoola A. Ajayi acknowledged he planned the death of 23-year-old Lueck who he arranged to meet in a park.

After they returned to his home, he bound and strangled her, then burned and hid her body while police and loved ones searched for her, his lawyer said.

Ajayi appeared in court Wednesday and pleaded guilty to aggravated murder and desecration of a corpse in an agreement with prosecutors that removed the possibility of the death penalty. Prosecutors dropped charges of aggravated kidnapping and obstructing justice.

Ayoola A. Ajayi acknowledged he planned the death of 23-year-old Mackenzie Lueck, whom he met on a dating app and arranged to meet in a park in June 2019

Ajayi took the 23-year-old student back to his home in Salt Lake City, tied her up and choked her

Ajayi also pleaded guilty to sexually abusing a different woman he met on a dating app. He is expected to be sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole.

Salt Lake County District Attorney Sim Gill said the guilty pleas allow Lueck’s parents to begin to get closure and a ‘measure of justice’. Gill said the family has asked for privacy.

Lueck has been remembered as a bubbly, nurturing person who belonged to a sorority and was a part-time senior at the University of Utah studying kinesiology and pre-nursing.

She went missing in June 2019, after returning from a trip home to El Segundo, California, for her grandmother´s funeral.

Lueck had met Ajayi, 32, on the site Seeking Arrangement, which bills itself as a way for wealthy ‘sugar daddies’ to meet women known as ‘sugar babies’, his lawyer said.

She took a Lyft to meet him in a park, prosecutors have said. Her phone was turned off a minute after the last text and never turned back on.

Ajayi planned the slaying before the meeting at the park and turned off the video in his home-security system before he left to meet her, his lawyer Neal Hamilton said.

When they returned to his Salt Lake City home, Ajayi tied her up and began to choke her.

She tried to stop him, after which he put a belt around her neck, pushed her onto her stomach and strangled her, the attorney said.

The 23-year-old student had just flown back to Utah after her grandmother’s funeral in California. She is shown in surveillance footage taken in the airport, one of the last times she was seen alive

Ajayi then burned her body and buried it in his backyard, Hamilton said.

After detectives came to his door to question him, he dug her up and buried her in a shallow grave in a canyon nearly 100 miles north of Salt Lake City.

Mackenzie had signed up to an app to be matched with older men

The search for Lueck went on for nearly two weeks before some of her remains were discovered in Ajayi´s backyard and he was arrested.

He later revealed the location of her body in Logan Canyon, where she was found with her arms bound behind her.

A native of Nigeria, Ajayi held a green card.

He was an information technology worker who had stints with high-profile companies and was briefly in the Army National Guard.

Authorities have not discussed a motive for the killing.

Ajayi said little at Wednesday’s hearing and occasionally hung his head.

He was wearing an orange jail jumpsuit, glasses and blue surgical mask. He is expected to be formally sentenced on October 23.

Ajayi also pleaded guilty to sexually abusing another woman he met on a dating app in 2018.

They went to his house for dinner, and the abuse happened while they were watching television, he acknowledged. He pleaded guilty to forcible sexual abuse in that case.

As part of the plea agreement, prosecutors dismissed 19 counts of sexual exploitation of a minor related to child pornography allegedly discovered on his devices during the investigation into Lueck’s death.

Source: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8816959/Tech-worker-pleads-guilty-Utah-college-students-death.html

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