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July 1, 2019



DAILYKENN.com --Ayoola Adisa Ajayi, 31, was charged with allegedly murdering Mackenzie Lueck in Salt Lake City, Utah, on June 17. 


Ajayi came to the USA from Nigeria about ten years ago with hopes of becoming a natural citizen. He married while here, allowing him to obtain green-card (permanent) status, then later divorced. The marriage was never consummated, according to a Fox News report, suggesting it was a scam.  The alleged killer came to the USA on a student visa, attended university in Utah, but never acquired a degree. 

Lueck was a 23-year-old University of Utah student. 

Ajayi's former wife claims the tried to kill her, according to Fox News. 

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When investigators searched Ajayi’s home and conducted an excavation in his backyard, they found human tissue from Lueck and multiple personal items from Lueck. Ajayi has now been charged with aggravated murder, aggravated kidnapping, and desecration of a body.

A law enforcement official confirmed to Breitbart News that Ajayi first entered the U.S. from Nigeria on July 16, 2009, on a student visa, known by federal immigration officials as an F-1 visa. University officials have told the media that Ajayi, though attending the University of Utah between 2009 and 2017, never got a degree.


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