to connectVideoFamily of the murder of Mackenzie Lueck murder raised questions, he will not get a fair trial
A criminal defense lawyer, David Bruno weighs in on the allegations made by the defendant in the Mackenzie Lueck case, it will not get a fair trial due to excessive media attention.
The man accused of the killing of Mackenzie Lueck, a 23-year-old University of Utah student has been found dead in the last month was hit with new charges on Tuesday because of allegations he kidnapped and sexually abused by a woman last year, prosecutors said.
Ayoola Ajayi, 31, was charged with one count of aggravated kidnapping and three counts of forcible sexual abuse, the Salt Lake district attorney’s office said in a statement.
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An unidentified woman told police she met Ajayi is on a dating app, and went with him to his house, where he cooked her dinner on March 10, 2018, according to the charging documents. Ajayi then said there was “intense”, and kissed her, and touched her between her legs.”
When the woman tried to stop Ajayi, who he said was on top of her, pinned her down and bit her at least three times, “causing her a lot of pain, and it left a bruise and a small notice,” according to the charges.
It was unclear whether police learned of the accusations against him, before or after a Lueck was found dead.
Last week, Ajayi was charged with 19 counts of sexual exploitation of a minor after investigators found child pornography on his computer.
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He has been faced with the cost of the increased murder in the killing of a Lueck, who died of blunt-force trauma to the head and body. It was discovered by the police in a canyon and 85 km from the Ajayi and at home.
Ajayi has been held in the Salt Lake City jail since June 28.