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 filed against him and the thugs have a tantrum and riot again.
But there is another trial beginning tomorrow in Dallas, Texas and I am guessing (maybe I will be wrong!) that unless you live in Texas (or read conservative news) the media will be silent when the infamous Billy Chemirmir, a Kenyan we permitted to live among us, will go on trialto face the first of many murder charges against him.
***Update*** Opening day of the Kenyan Killer trial,here.
Chemirmir didn’t use a big scary gun as did Rittenhouse to protect himself, in fact he used pillows to allegedly smother at least 18 defenseless senior citizens, all but one were women, in order to steal their jewelry and other valuables.
There are other dreadful murder and attempted murder cases that didn’t attract any national attention, why? I think it is because like the Chemirmir case they go against the national media’s narrative that immigrants to America are just here to work hard and have a better life.
And, not to be overlooked is the fact that in most cases the victims of these evil people are often white and elderly.
John Binder reported recently on a case we covered at the time and has reported that Wilbur Ernesto Martinez-Guzman, a 20-year-old illegal alien from El Salvador will be sent away for life (on your dime!) for murdering four older Americans. No big scary gun, just a smaller gun he stole from the ranch family.
Illegal Alien Pleads Guilty, Gets Life in Prison for Murdering Four Americans
And, not to be overlooked. A Japanese art instructor at a liberal college pleaded guilty to attempting to kill another professor (not with a scary gun) but by beating her:
She straddled Savoy and punched her on the floor, the prosecutor said. She also used a fire poker, pruning shears, and a rock in the attack. Savoy said Hachiyanagi taunted her repeatedly by telling her she would be blinded, disfigured, then murdered.
So why the extensive media coverage of Rittenhouse and not Hachiyanagi, Martinez-Guzman, or most likely Chemirmir?
You know the answer….
Editor: Sorry I have not been posting lately. I will write something from time to time when something catches my eye, or when the unfairness of the media pushes me over the edge as this Chemirmir case has done. See my tag for Billy Chemirmir for my many many posts on the case.
BTW, I had to turn off comments because I was hit with a spam attack and the only way I could figure to stop all the spam was to turn off comments entirely.
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 valuables. Imagine if the victims were people of color—it would be front page news every day all day!
See my extensive coverage of the unspeakable horror story here.
Now this from theDallas Morning News (kudos to them for never quitting on a story that goes against the prevailing media narrative that only black lives matter).
This Plano woman survived an attack and led police to serial-murder suspect Billy Chemirmir
The family of Mary Bartel, who died in February of last year, has published a book about her life, publicly acknowledging for the first time her role in cracking the case.
Seven of Mary Bartel’s neighbors had been found dead by the time the stranger knocked on her door.
Jewelry and other valuables were missing from their apartments at Preston Place Retirement Community in Plano, but police and paramedics said their deaths must have been from natural causes, like heart attacks.
And though a stranger had been spotted on the property and fliers were posted warning residents about him, no one suspected he was robbing and killing the women until he visited Bartel.
Billy Chemirmir, 48, was arrested the next day, accused of forcing his way into her apartment, trying to smother her with a pillow and stealing her jewelry. He has since been charged with 18 counts of capital murder in Dallas and Collin counties.
Police have long said a woman who survived an attack in Plano helped lead them to Chemirmir, but they hadn’t identified her publicly, though Bartel’s name appears in court documents identifying her as the surviving victim.
Keep readingto see how she did it! (I hope the story is not behind a paywall for you!).
Saved is the story of Mary Annis Bartel, a 91-year-old widow and retired schoolteacher living in an independent living retirement community in Plano, Texas. When perhaps the most prolific serial killer of modern times targeted Mrs. Bartel as his next victim, an unexpected outcome caused a remarkable series of events.
After Dallas County decision, some call for Collin County to seek death for murder suspect Chemirmir
After Dallas County’s proceedings are complete, Collin County will have a chance to try Billy Chemirmir for cases in Frisco and Plano and could seek his execution.
When Dallas County’s district attorney announced he wouldn’t seek the execution of a man suspected in at least 24 killings, some of the families of the dead and the DA’s political critics shifted their hopes to another venue just across the county line.
Citing logistical challenges, District Attorney John Creuzot told the families he was going to focus on obtaining consecutive life-without-parole prison sentences for Billy Chemirmir, who has been charged with 13 counts of capital murder in Dallas County after he was accused of smothering elderly women and stealing their jewelry, cash and other valuables.
But Chemirmir could still face the death penalty on five similar charges in Collin County.
State Rep. Jared Patterson, R-Frisco, said last week that he hopes Collin County District Attorney Greg Willis will step up where he says Creuzot walked away.
In response to the deaths, Patterson filed a series of bills during the recent legislative session to improve senior security and change death certificate procedures. Now, he has called on Willis to seek the death penalty, calling Creuzot a “coward” on Twitter.
Carolyn MacPhee met Chemirmir in October 2016 when her husband of nearly 60 years, Jack, was dying of a progressive nervous system disorder. The MacPhees had met in the 1950s at Washington State University in Pullman. Even in her early 80s, Carolyn still had the flair of the girl she’d been when they became college sweethearts. She didn’t want to send Jack to an institution, but needed help to care for him in their Plano home. She found Chemirmir, who was working under the alias Benjamin Koitaba, through a service that claimed to vet home health workers, although Chemirmir, using a fake ID and already with a criminal record, should not have passed a background check.
“Koitaba” worked as a replacement caregiver in the MacPhees’ home off and on for four months—long enough to learn the family’s routine and the layout of their home. As part of the care team, he received notice when Jack died. He came back to murder his former patient’s widow six months later, according to a Collin County indictment. When found on Sunday, December 31, 2017, Carolyn was dressed up and ready to go out to church.
Her son, Scott MacPhee, came to his mother’s house to meet Plano police officers that day. He was mystified by what he observed: “It was cold that day, but her coat had disappeared. And two valuable rings she always wore were missing.” He challenged a Plano detective about the missing items, but the response was, according to him, “Old people hide their stuff.” There was blood in the bathroom, in the garage, near her body, and even on her glasses. And yet his mother had no obvious wounds. Officers collected no samples of the blood. Nor did they take photos or videos, he said. No autopsy was ordered by Collin County officials.
The death investigation seemed like a whirlwind, Scott said: “We found her, the cops show up, the paramedics show up, the CSI department shows up, and they rope things off, they do all their investigation, and the detective says she died of natural causes.”
Months later, when he saw the news stories about Chemirmir’s arrest and all the other killings and robberies of older women, he called police again. Eventually, they called back. Through cell phone records, investigators told him they knew that Chemirmir had visited his mother’s home on the day she died. They requested her bloodstained glasses, which he had saved. On them was Chemirmir’s DNA.
So far, Carolyn MacPhee is the only victim whom police have identified among Chemirmir’s former home health clients, although he worked in other homes between 2013 and 2019, her son said. In that same period, police say he was carrying outserial murders.
What Scott can’t stop wondering is this: How many elderly people were marked as natural deaths whose deaths were not natural at all? Publicly, the Plano, Dallas, and Richardson police departments have said that they are reviewing more than 750 other unassisted elderly deaths over the past 10 years, but Scott is skeptical of their commitment to the cold murder cases. “I have no evidence they’ve done that. I’ve seen no more indictments.”
He now suspects his mom, fit and feisty, died only after trying to fight off her killer. He believes other lives could have been saved if the blood the killer left behind in his mother’s home had been tested sooner. “Nothing is going to bring her back, he said. “But if only that detective unit had a little more intellectual curiosity, how many other people’s mothers could have been spared?”
So profoundly sad.
For more on this horrific case that national corporate media is ignoring, see my tag for Billy Chemirmir below.
“….in many ways it is the most blood-curdling mass murder of all time.
Normally I would simply update my post of two days ago, here, and move on, but Horowitz digs deeper and speaks with more authority and thus is helping spread the news to a general public that, as he points out, has never heard of what is likely the greatest mass murder of vulnerable senior citizens (outside of Cuomo’s China virus tragedy) in US history.
Horowitz: The notorious alleged murderer of at least 18 seniors will escape death penalty
He’s likely the greatest mass murderer of seniors in American history (with the possible exception of Andrew Cuomo). Yet, if you polled most Americans, they’ve never heard of him because he is a black immigrant who overstayed his visa and all his estimated 18-24+ victims were white seniors. Now, Dallas prosecutors, in shocking news that will escape national scrutiny, announced they will not seek the death penalty.
In a most heinous murder spree that has gone unreported outside Dallas, health care worker Billy Chemirmir was charged in 2019 with murdering 18 seniors ranging in age from the 70s to the 90s over the course of at least two years in north Dallas.
He is believed to have used his access to seniors as a health care worker and smothered his victims to steal their jewelry. Civil suits name him as a murderer in at least six other cases, and given the age of some of the potential victims, there is no way of determining who else might have died at his hands.
As I reported at the time, Chemirmir had overstayed his visa from Kenya in 2003, but managed to use a lawless marriage loophole to obtain a green card rather than be deported. Despite racking up a subsequent criminal record, he was never tagged for deportation, which could have saved countless lives.
Here is a timeline of his immigration and criminal history predating the alleged murders that I put together last year.
We all know what would happen if this were an American-born white suspect and the victims were 24 black seniors. Not only would the suspect get the death penalty within months, but judging by the response to George Floyd, the rest of us would be held culpable — in a big way. Because the races were reversed, very few people in the country have ever heard of the case, even though in many ways it is the most blood-curdling mass murder of all time.
Just know that there are thousands of staffers, lawyers, and advocates funded by evil people working around the clock on behalf of murderers – to help them escape capital punishment or even life in prison. Who is standing for the most vulnerable victims of perhaps the worst domestic mass murder committed by an individual of all time?