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Illegals Crime Report: Texas Serial Killer up to 17 Murder Indictments

The Kenyan national may be responsible for up to 1,000 more unexplained deaths.

Editor’s Note – The Illegals Crime Report looks at crimes reported in the United States at the hands of those listed as illegal or undocumented.

Billy Chemirmir

Billy Chemirmir

Kenyan national Billy Chemirmir, who has been in the United States illegally, is a suspected serial killer in Texas. The 48-year-old illegal allegedly murdered elderly women and then robbed them. He was just charged with three additional counts of murder, bringing the total to 17 indictments. But that’s not all. Seven other deaths in the state have been linked to Chemirmir via medical examiner reports as well as civil lawsuits, but formal charges have not been filed for these yet. And even more disturbing, authorities are investigating another 1,000 unexplained deaths that may also be attributed to the illegal immigrant.

The suspected killings began in 2016, but it wasn’t until March 2018 that police were able to catch a break and arrest Chemirmir after the murder of 81-year-old Lu Thi Harris in Plano, TX, at a senior apartment complex. The lead came after the alien reportedly attempted to smother another lady with a pillow, a 91-year-old, telling her to “go to bed. Don’t fight me.”  Paramedics were able to revive her and she told authorities about the attacks and that the criminal had stolen a jewelry box. Police were able to identify Chemirmir using a license plate number and found him days later when they observed him throwing a jewelry box into the trash. The box was traced back to Harris.

Plano Police Chief Gregory Rushin said that Chemirmir used his home healthcare experience “to his advantage in targeting and exploiting seniors, some of the most vulnerable people in our community.” By May 2019, he had been charged with 11 other murders by smothering.

The latest charges were inspired by civil complaints against a retirement community where the elderly women lived. In July 2016, Joyce Abramowitz died – three months after reporting to the police that her jewelry had been stolen while she’d been on vacation. After she died, her son reported a safe missing from her room. A month later, Margaret White was found dead in her apartment at The Tradition Prestonwood complex. Her home had been burglarized of her jewelry. On December 24, 2017, Doris Wasserman had been visiting with family. Hours later, she was found dead on her bed.

Officials are investigating yet another possible murder April 2016 at the Edgemore senior living facility in North Dallas. The victim’s niece said the family had always believed she had been murdered, especially after finding blood on her pillow and discovering that the safe was missing from the apartment. At the time, she said police did not take the accusations seriously, but now, in light of all the other suspicious deaths, officials are taking a closer look.

Chemirmir is currently in jail on $11.6 million bail. He continues to claim he is innocent and faces the death penalty if convicted of capital murder.

North Carolinians For Immigration Reform and Enforcement (NCFIRE)

November 2020

Each month, the North Carolina organization NCFIRE posts a list of sexual crimes committed against children by illegal immigrants. The numbers are staggering – especially considering that they’re just for one state. Take a look at the last four months’ statistics.

August 2020

  • 22 illegal immigrants were arrested.
  • 107 charges of child rape and sexual abuse.

September 2020

  • 28 illegal immigrants were arrested.
  • 100 charges of child rape and sexual abuse.

October 2020

  • 15 illegal immigrants were arrested.
  • 39 charges of child rape and sexual abuse.

November 2020

  • 8 illegal immigrants were arrested.
  • 23 charges of child rape and sexual abuse.

This barely represents a drop in the bucket of just how many children are being sexually abused nationwide by people who are in the United States illegally.

Sanctuary cities and states are only making it easier for predators to remain in the country as they prey on children.


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