The deaths of many, many elderly people were 100% preventable! Our immigration loopholes allowed the fraud that permitted a monster to stay in the U.S. to kill elderly people. The number could be in the HUNDREDS, but so far it is at 12:
LET THIS SINK IN: Investigators are currently investigating about 750 deaths of elderly women to find if Chemirmir could have been allegedly connected to additional murders.
The media has ignored the horrific case of a Kenyan illegal who has already been charged with killing 12 elderly women and is now accused of killing 6 more!
The Dallas Morning News recently broke the news that a separate lawsuit has been filed alleging 46-year-old Billy Chemirmir, an illegal alien from Kenya, killed 6 more elderly people after he’s already been charged with killing 12!
The Kenyan illegal smothered the elderly residents with a pillow after he gained entry into their apartments posing as a maintenance worker. He would rob the victims after he killed them. The families of the deceased were alarmed to find valuables missing after they were informed that their loved one had passed away of natural causes.
The Plano Chief of Police holds a press conference after Billy Chamirmir was arrested for suspicion of capital murder and attempted capital murder:
Cell phone evidence by police hs connected Chemirmir to the elderly victims.
Breitbart News exclusively reported that Chemirmir first arrived in the U.S. on a B-2 visa — commonly known as a tourist visa — in July 2003. Though Chemirmir was supposed to only temporarily be in the U.S., he overstayed his visa and became an illegal alien who was eligible for deportation. Rather than being deported, Chemirmir was able to use a loophole in the country’s legal immigration system that allowed him to obtain a green card after marrying a U.S. citizen.
Chemirmir had a criminal record, Breitbart News exclusively learned, including convictions for drunk driving, trespassing, assault, and obstructing a police officer.
Chemirmir has remained in custody since last year on a $1 million bond.