Illegal Alien from Kenya Charged with Murder of 12 elderly Women, Suspected in 750 More Deaths at Senior Living Facilities

Texas: Billy Chemirmir, a man from Kenya living in the US illegally has been charged with killing 12 elderly women. He had worked as a home health care aide and also posed as a maintenance man to gain access to victims in senior living facilities. Investigators said they were reviewing 750 unsolved deaths to see if Chemirmir was linked to the cases. His arrest record includes two drunk-driving incidents, domestic assault against his girlfriend, and criminal trespass. In spite of this record, police never reported him to immigration authorities. That’s because not reporting illegal aliens who commit crimes has been the official policy in numerous cities in Texas. -GEG

A Kenyan man accused of 12 murders while living in the United States
illegally also had been arrested four times for less serious crimes,
according to Dallas County, Texas, records.

While immigration authorities have placed a hold on Billy Chemirmir, a Kenyan citizen, now that he has been arrested on charges of capital murder, the 46-year-old’s previous brushes with the law leave questions as to why such a move wasn’t made much sooner.

Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) told The Daily Caller that an
immigration detainer for Chemirmir was filed with Dallas County Jail in
March 2018, but that he’s not currently in the agency’s custody.

Chemirmir had already been charged with capital murder in March 2018 in the death of 81-year-old Lu Thi Harris, but was indicted
on Tuesday for 11 other deaths: five in Collin County and six more in
Dallas County. Court records show that Chemirmir allegedly smothered his
victims with a pillow and then robbed them, The Dallas Morning News reported.

former health care worker’s extensive criminal history in North Texas
prior to his March 2018 arrest includes 180 days in jail and a fine of
$1,250 in June 2011 for driving while intoxicated in Addison, as well as
70 days in jail for another DWI charge in Dallas several months later.

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