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Utah city will replace 'dummy' cameras at park where California wigger Mackenzie Lueck was last seen
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Leroy N. Soetoro
2019-07-20 17:35:08 UTC
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A Utah municipal council's members voted 4-3 on Tuesday to replace "dummy"
cameras in the park where University of Utah student Mackenzie Lueck was
last seen alive.

On June 17 around 3 a.m., the 23-year-old Lueck met with 31-year-old
Ayoola Ajayi at Hatch Park near Salt Lake City after she'd been dropped
off by a Lyft driver, according to police. Ajayi was arrested and charged
with her murder in late June.

MACKENZIE LUECK'S ALLEGED KILLER MAKES 1ST COURT APPEARANCE

Police say phone records indicate that Ajayi was the last person to
communicate with Lueck before her disappearance, and that they were both
in the area around 3 a.m.

Authorities were not able to use surveillance footage from the 17 cameras
at the park because only four of them were functional at the time of her
disappearance. This was the case in spite of signs indicating otherwise,
City Manager Ken Leetham said in June, according to reports by the Desert
News. Many of the cameras were "dummy" units only, meant to deter crime.

The North Salt Lake City Council committed to replacing the cameras, at
the urging of Lueck's friend Ashley Fine. At the meeting, Fine said the
faux cameras give people at the park "a false sense of security."

The council acknowledged that the community needs new cameras because
people now know the ones in place don't work. But Mayor Len Arave would
not reveal when they would be replaced. The cameras run about $6,000 to
$8,000 each.

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“I don’t think it would have saved her life, but I think it would have
given us a lot more evidence,” Fine said. “It would have saved a lot of
tax dollars because the police wouldn’t have had to get as many warrants …
and just time, precious time.”

Lueck, who died from blunt-force trauma to the head, was discovered by
police with her arms bound behind her, in a canyon 85 miles from Ajayi’s
home.
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BeamMeUpScotty
2019-07-20 17:54:04 UTC
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Post by Leroy N. Soetoro
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where-mackenzie-lueck-was-last-seen
A Utah municipal council's members voted 4-3 on Tuesday to replace "dummy"
cameras in the park where University of Utah student Mackenzie Lueck was
last seen alive.
On June 17 around 3 a.m., the 23-year-old Lueck met with 31-year-old
Ayoola Ajayi at Hatch Park near Salt Lake City after she'd been dropped
off by a Lyft driver, according to police. Ajayi was arrested and charged
with her murder in late June.
MACKENZIE LUECK'S ALLEGED KILLER MAKES 1ST COURT APPEARANCE
Police say phone records indicate that Ajayi was the last person to
communicate with Lueck before her disappearance, and that they were both
in the area around 3 a.m.
Authorities were not able to use surveillance footage from the 17 cameras
at the park because only four of them were functional at the time of her
disappearance. This was the case in spite of signs indicating otherwise,
City Manager Ken Leetham said in June, according to reports by the Desert
News. Many of the cameras were "dummy" units only, meant to deter crime.
The North Salt Lake City Council committed to replacing the cameras, at
the urging of Lueck's friend Ashley Fine. At the meeting, Fine said the
faux cameras give people at the park "a false sense of security."
The council acknowledged that the community needs new cameras because
people now know the ones in place don't work. But Mayor Len Arave would
not reveal when they would be replaced. The cameras run about $6,000 to
$8,000 each.
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“I don’t think it would have saved her life, but I think it would have
given us a lot more evidence,” Fine said. “It would have saved a lot of
tax dollars because the police wouldn’t have had to get as many warrants …
and just time, precious time.”
Lueck, who died from blunt-force trauma to the head, was discovered by
police with her arms bound behind her, in a canyon 85 miles from Ajayi’s
home.
Wht invade everyone's privacy to try to protect the few stupid people....

Maybe they should put them on a timer so that they monitor the park from
11PM to 7AM so that NORMAL PEOPLE aren't being deprives of their
privacy.....
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