Delayed due to the Chinese Virus says the Dallas Morning News, Pandemic causes delay in investigation, trial of serial murder suspect Billy Chemirmir Over two years after Billy Chemirmir’s arrest, families who say their elderly loved ones were killed by the serial murder suspect are wondering what’s taking so long for county officials to declare … Continue reading Texas: Investigation and Trial of Alleged Serial Murderer, Billy Chemirmir, Delayed
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
You surely can’t have missed the wall to wall coverage of the Kyle Rittenhouse trial where the teenager is accused of killing two Kenosha rioters and wounding a third when he feared they would kill him. The Wisconsin National Guard has been called out in case he is found to be innocent of the charges … Continue reading A Tale of Two Trials
This is a fascinating tale and the latest news coming from Texas about alleged serial killer Billy Chemirmir’s horrific crime spree (and one the corporate media has successfully blocked from widespread distribution). Imagine for a minute if a white man had been smothering vulnerable senior citizens (18 at least!) and stealing their jewelry and other … Continue reading Dallas: One of the Last Victims of the Kenyan Killer Lived; Helped Break the Case