Illegal Alien Serial Killer Now Accused of Killing 18 Victims in Texas
Billy Chemirmir from Kenya now connected to six more deaths in Dallas
An illegal immigrant serial killer from Kenya, who has already been charged with murdering 12 elderly women in Texas, is now accused of killing six more people, bringing the total to 18 victims so far, according to reports.
46-year-old Kenyan Billy Chemirmir, who has been living in the United States illegally, was arrested in March 2018 for killing 81-year-old Lu Thi Harris in Dallas, Texas.
According to Dallas County District Attorney's Office spokesperson Kim Leach, illegal alien Chemirmir was charged last month for the deaths of 11 other elderly women, ranging from 76 to 94 years old.
Authorities said Chemirmir posed as a health care provider or a maintenance worker, and he stole jewelry and other valuables from his victims before killing them.
In May, The Dallas Morning News reported:
Billy Chemirmir, 46, has been in the Dallas County Jail since March 2018 facing a capital murder charge in the death of 81-year-old Lu Thi Harris.
Chemirmir, a former health care worker, was indicted Tuesday on six additional counts of capital murder in Dallas County and five counts in Collin County.
Chemirmir has also been accused of trying to suffocate two other elderly women in Collin County.
The Morning News reported this week that Chemirmir has now been accused in lawsuits of killing six more elderly victims — five women and one man.
The newspaper reports:
Family members filed the six separate lawsuits Tuesday against The Tradition-Prestonwood, an upscale senior living complex where eight of the people died......
The relatives allege the complex failed to protect residents and tried to hide a string of suspicious deaths — even after Chemirmir was arrested.
According to the Daily Wire, Chemirmir has not been charged with anything in connection with the allegations from the six families, "but the lawsuits say police have told the families that cellphone evidence connects him to the cases."
Attorney Dave Wishnew, who represents the newly identified families, told the Morning News that new indictments are likely coming soon, including indictments for victims that have not yet been identified.
The story was widely reported last month when news broke that Chemirmir had been charged with the deaths of 11 elderly women in addition to another murder charge he was facing.
Many major news publications reported the story, with CNN being one of the only news organizations to not report on it.
A search of their website today still did not show any reports on Chemirmir.