DALLAS: Alleged Illegal Immigrant Senior Living Serial Killer Total Rises to 18

This is a scary and shocking story that the mainstream media refuses to cover coming out of Dallas, Texas.

A Serial Killer, an illegal immigrant who has already been accused of 12 murders, is now being accused of 6 more.

He also has an immigration hold against him filed in Dallas County. Chemirmir is a citizen of Kenya, WFAA reported.

The following is from The Dallas Morning News:

A new series of lawsuits allege a serial murder suspect’s path of violence through Dallas and Collin counties was even wider than previously believed.

Billy Chemirmir, 46, was already accused of killing 12 elderly women in Dallas and Collin counties. The lawsuits allege six more elderly victims, including one man.

Family members filed the six separate lawsuits Tuesday against The Tradition-Prestonwood, an upscale senior living complex where eight of the people died. The complex is operated by The Tradition, a company that owns four senior living communities in Dallas and Houston.

Chemirmir is being held in the Dallas County jail, with bail set at $11.6 million. He was arrested in March 2018 after a woman identified him as the man who attacked her and he was linked to the death of a Dallas woman.

After his arrest, police reviewed hundreds of deaths that previously had been blamed on natural causes. Last month, Chemirmir was indicted on 11 more capital murder charges.

Authorities believe the previously identified victims were smothered with a pillow while alone in their apartments or homes. The suits say the five new alleged female victims at The Tradition-Prestonwood died under similar circumstances.

The one man, Solomon Spring, was found in a pool of blood. According to the lawsuit filed in his death, the complex suggested Spring had fallen and hit his head.

You can read more from our friends over at The Dallas Morning News.

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Timothy Frohlick
Timothy Frohlick
3 years ago

Where was the security? Interested in knowing what his modus operandi was. Candygram??