Texas: Two More Indictments in Kenyan Killer Case

So far 22 senior citizens are believed to have been murdered by serial killer Billy Chemirmir, but he has only been indicted in 14 cases so far.

Here is the latest news yesterday on the horrific murder spree that the national mainstream media is ignoring I believe because it involves an African man who should not have been in the US allegedly murdering white senior citizens. (One woman, his last victim before being apprehended, was of Asian ancestry.)

From NBC Dallas/Ft. Worth:

Suspected Serial Killer Billy Chemirmir Faces Two More Charges, Capital Murder Cases Climb to 14

Billy Chemirmir, a man accused of smothering more than a dozen women living in North Texas retirement homes and robbing them of their jewelry, has been indicted on two additional charges of capital murder.

Leah Corken (2nd on top row) and Juanita Purdy (4th on top row) were murdered within two weeks of each other in 2016 at The Tradition-Prestonwood, a senior living facility in Far North Dallas demonstrating the brazenness of the alleged killer.


Chemirmir, 47, is now facing capital murder charges for the deaths of 83-year-old Leah Corken and 82-year-old Juanita Purdy, two women who lived at The Tradition-Prestonwood in Dallas and died suddenly in the summer of 2016.

Like in previous cases, both women were believed to have been suffocated with a pillow or choked to death prior to being robbed, though the exact nature of their death is unknown. Investigators said Chemirmir posed as a maintenance worker to gain access to the women’s apartments and later sold or pawned their jewelry.

In the case of Purdy, her daughter told NBC 5 in a July 2019 interview that about $28,000 worth of jewelry was missing after her death. Corken’s family told NBC 5 she was found without her wedding ring on, something her daughter said was highly unusual.

The Dallas Morning News which has been leading the coverage of the case quotes an attorney for the distraught families.

Trey Crawford, who represents the Corken and Purdy families, among others, said: The indictments are a sharp reminder of the horrific truth our clients live with every day — that their loved ones endured unimaginable suffering and terror at the hands of a killer. It’s every family’s worst nightmare.”

Yes, imagine that Chemirmir’s evil face was the last one you saw before leaving this life.

It is outrageous that the mainstream media outside of Texas ignores this story!  So, please bypass them and get this news out to your social media networks.

All of my posts on the dreadful case are filed in a tag for Billy Chemirmir.