Police: Black “Care Worker” Spree Murderer Kills at Least 12 Elderly White Women
by David Sims
BILLY Chemirmir, a 46-year-old Black male, is an illegal immigrant from Kenya. While most (70%) of illegal immigrants in the US are unemployed, Chemirmir had a job. He was employed as an in-home “care worker” in Texas, and he also worked in senior living facilities across the Dallas-Fort Worth metro area. In some of these institutions, Chemirmir posed as an employee, although he didn’t really work there — which doesn’t say much for these increasingly non-White-staffed facilities’ security and safety.
Chemirmir has been charged with murdering twelve elderly women in Dallas and Collin Counties. Reportedly, Chemirmir killed the senior citizens by suffocating them with a pillow.
He was caught when he stole a jewelry box belonging to a 91-year-old lady who revived after being smothered. She’d been unconscious, but not dead, and she told police about the theft. A few days later, Chemirmir was seen throwing a jewelry box into a dumpster in Plano TX.
Chemirmir is being held in Dallas County jail on a nine million dollar bond. And, finally, at long last, he also has an immigration hold for being in the country illegally.
Police are investigating a whopping 750 similar cases to determine whether Chemirmir was involved in them, additionally, according to David Pughes of the Dallas Police Department.
The charges against Billy Chemirmir, so far, are for the murders of:
Ann Conklin on 18 March 2018 (Collin County)
Carolyn MacPhee on 31 December 2017 (Collin County)
Martha Williams on 4 March 2018 (Collin County)
Miriam Nelson on 9 March 2018 (Collin County)
Minnie Campbell on 31 October 2017 (Collin County)
Lu Thi Harris on 20 March 2018 (Dallas County)
Phyllis Payne on 14 May 2016 (Dallas County)
Norma French on 8 October 2016 (Dallas County)
Phoebe Perry on 29 October 2016 (Dallas County)
Doris Gleason on 29 October 2016 (Dallas County)
Rosemary Curtis on 17 January 2018 (Dallas County)
Mary Brooks on 31 Jan 2018 (Dallas County)
The victims range in age from 76 to 94.
The daughter of Doris Gleason suspected foul play immediately when the body of her mother was found because jewelry and cash were missing from her home. Most significantly, there was a particular piece of jewelry that her mother always wore that was missing.
It appears that Billy Chemirmir did actually work as a nurse in Kenya, which goes to show the low standards which prevail in that country. His motive for killing elderly women apparently was to steal valuable property from them. After his arrest, police found a pile of women’s jewelry and their cellphones in his apartment.
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