Demonstrating to me why the horrific case of Billy Chemirmir, who is not a US citizen, and who may end up being the most prolific serial killer in Texas history, is not getting the national media attention it deserves is because, I think, he represents a massive failure in our immigration system and because major … Continue reading Debate Raging in Texas Kenyan Killer Case: Was Billy Chemirmir Deportable Before He Allegedly Murdered 22 Elderly Americans?
Update July 25th: Dallas DA going for death penalty, see here. This is a story the national news is not touching! Billy Kipkorir Chemirmir who is now behind bars and with an ICE enforcement hold on him is on his way to becoming one of Texas’s most notorious serial murderers, but most Americans will never hear … Continue reading Kenyan Killer Update: Illegal Alien Billy Chemirmir a Suspect in 19th Murder
Last Wednesday I reported the latest news in the dreadful serial killer case in Texas where Kenyan Billy Chemirmir is now charged in 14 murders of vulnerable senior women and where another 8 indictments could soon follow (possibly more as the investigation (we hope) is continuing). I have noticed that whenever the US mainstream media … Continue reading UK Daily Mail Reports on Texas Kenyan Killer Case; Most US Media Continue Blackout
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 … Continue reading Texas: Two More Indictments in Kenyan Killer Case
“We made an assumption that it was safe. These ladies, these widows are the most vulnerable part of society. I feel like they were sitting ducks.” (Cliff Harris, former Dallas Cowboy and son-in-law of one of the latest victims to be identified) This is an update of my posts that extend back to May … Continue reading Number of Victims of Texas Kenyan Killer Reaches 22, Additional Lawsuits Filed