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    Billy Kipkorir Chemirmir, a home health nurse, tried to smother people in his care-authorities looking into possibility he is a serial kiler

    https://nypost.com/2018/03/27/home-h...l-killer-cops/

    A home health care nurse accused of killing an elderly woman in Dallas ? and attempting to smother two other area old timers ? has authorities now combing through 750 unsolved deaths to see if there are more victims, according to reports.

    Plano police first zeroed in on Billy Kipkorir Chemirmir when a 91-year-old woman told authorities that her aide tried to smother her on March 19.

    He told her: ?go to bed, don?t fight me? and then put a pillow over her face until she passed out and then stole to her jewelry, according to an arrest warrant.

    Cops decided to tail Chemirmir, 45, and the next day were hot on his tail when he tossed a jewelry box in a dumpster, the Star-Telegram reported.

    A name on the jewelry box that Chemirmir tossed led investigators to the home of 81-year-old North Dallas resident Lu ?Kim? Harris ? who was found suffocated to death in her bed.

    Authorities busted Chemirmir for capital murder March 20, after finding Harris.

    Now, they also believe he tried to smother a 93-year-old woman in a Frisco retirement community in Oct. 2017.
    The Kenyan native moved to the US in 2003 and began the process of becoming a citizen in 2007, but hasn?t finished it. ICE has placed an immigration hold on him and he faces deportation if convicted.

    He remains in Dallas County Jail on $1 million bail.

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    https://www.wfaa.com/article/news/cr.../287-534315993

    Women's jewelry and scrubs: What police found at home of suspect in elderly deaths

    Investigators found a trove of women's jewelry, cell phones, and medical scrubs while searching the apartment of a Dallas man accused of killing an elderly woman and who police believe could be linked to the murders of other elderly victims across North Texas, according to a returned search warrant obtained by WFAA.

    Chemirmir has been known to pose as a maintenance or healthcare worker at retirement communities, authorities have said.

    Police also found a memorial flier for a 79-year-old woman who died in 2016 in Chemirmir's apartment, the warrant said.

    Dallas police are reviewing 750 elderly death cases to determine if any are linked to Chemirmir.

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    Reviewing 750 cases??? Holy fucking shit.


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    http://www.fox4news.com/news/former-...murder-charges

    Former home health worker indicted on new attempted murder charges

    A grand jury indicted Billy Chemirmir for attempted capital murder in the case of an elderly Frisco woman.

    The 93-year-old woman was attacked in October at the Parkview Elderly Assisted Living facility. She said a man posing as a maintenance worker came to her door and asked if she needed any work done, according to an arrest warrant affidavit.

    The police document states after the woman declined the man’s help, he forced his way into her apartment and shoved her off her walker onto the floor. She told police she “began praying believing she was about to die.”

    “At the time of the offense, she had been able to tell us that she was attacked by a black male but could not give us enough information to, at that time, to find who that was,” said Frisco Police Chief John Bruce.

    Police said Chemirmir put a pillow over the woman’s face to suffocate her and then stole her jewelry. DNA evidence was recovered and compared to Chemirmir’s DNA.

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    Damn I wonder how many people he actually killed.

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    Lawsuits: Dallas man charged in killings had more victims

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    DALLAS — Lawsuits allege a Dallas man already charged in the deaths of 12 elderly women also killed six other elderly people, which would bring the victim total to 18.

    The six lawsuits filed Tuesday in Dallas County accuse The Tradition-Prestonwood, an independent living facility in Dallas, of failing to keep residents safe and hiding suspicious circumstances surrounding deaths. The lawsuits filed on behalf of family members and advocates of the alleged additional victims say plaintiffs anticipate 46-year-old Billy Chemirmir will soon be indicted in the deaths of the five women and one man.

    A Dallas County district attorney's office spokeswoman did not immediately respond to a request for comment Wednesday. Dallas police had no comment Wednesday. An attorney for Chemirmir did not immediately return a call for comment.

    Chemirmir, a Kenyan citizen who was living in the U.S. illegally, has been in custody since March 2018 , when he was arrested in the death of 81-year-old Lu Thi Harris in Dallas. Last month he was charged in the deaths of 11 more elderly women. Authorities have said Chemirmir posed as a maintenance worker or health care provider, and that he stole jewelry and other valuables from his victims.

    Two of the people Chemirmir is already charged with killing also lived at The Tradition. The lawsuits say the deaths of those two people and the six alleged additional victims were unexpected, and in most cases valuables were missing from their apartments. The lawsuits say those eight deaths at the independent living facility occurred in a four-month span in 2016.

    The lawsuits say one of the alleged additional victims, an 87-year-old woman, told her daughter several times in the weeks before her death that she was uneasy because a lot of otherwise healthy people had unexpectedly died at the facility. The woman, who had gone dancing the night before her death, even mentioned that she should maybe move during a conversation with a friend.

    The lawsuits say the woman and her family "did not know everything The Tradition knew, and so she stayed— at the ultimate cost."

    "Unimaginably, at no point in time during the string of murders and robberies does The Tradition share plainly relevant information with the families of the victims, the residents who are still in danger, or the police who were viewing each death through a skewed, incomplete lens due to The Tradition's failure to disclose," the lawsuits say.

    The Tradition in a statement called the deaths "a true tragedy," and added that it had relied on the investigations of police and other officials. The facility said "any death" was investigated by police and the Dallas County medical examiner's office and had been attributed to natural causes. In two cases, it said, autopsies confirmed the people died of natural causes.

    The facility said "those rulings stood for more than 27 months."

    The Tradition added that it cooperated with authorities and that its CEO did not withhold information.

    The lawsuits also note that at one point before Chemirmir's arrest on murder charges, he was "merely" escorted off the premises at The Tradition and asked not to come back.

    Dave Wishnew, one of the attorneys representing the plaintiffs, said the families want accountability.

    "If you are going to promise to provide exceptional, state-of-the-art safety and security to the most vulnerable people in our community — the elderly — then you have to fulfill those promises," Wishnew said.


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    https://abcnews.go.com/US/wireStory/...tions-81285426

    Mistrial declared in case of man charged in 18 Texas deaths

    A Texas judge declared a mistrial Friday in the first murder case against a man charged with killing 18 older women in the Dallas area over a two-year span, but prosecutors vowed to continue to pursue convictions.

    Judge Raquel Jones issued the ruling when a jury deadlocked after deliberating since Thursday afternoon in the capital murder case charging Billy Chemirmir with killing 81-year-old Lu Thi Harris.

    Dallas County District Attorney John Creuzot said he was committed to retrying the case and bringing another one against the 48-year-old. ?Our commitment was to get two convictions and that does not change,? Creuzot told The Dallas Morning News.

    In a series of notes to the court Friday, the 12 jurors said they were ?hopelessly deadlocked 11 to one? over the case. It was not clear what verdict the majority of jurors supported. Jones initially resisted declaring a mistrial, repeatedly ordering the jury to continue deliberation.

    After the decision, family of the women Chemirmir is accused of killing spoke outside the courtroom, which they'd been prohibited from entering during the trial as a COVID-19 precaution. They expressed frustration with the mistrial, anger with the juror they saw as a hold out against conviction and determination to get a different outcome the next time around.

    ?We are devastated at the outcome of this trial,? said Loren Adair-Smith, the daughter of Phyllis Payne. ?We are sickened that we have to come back and hear the same evidence again.?

    Chemirmir?s attorneys rested their case without calling any witnesses or presenting evidence, and he didn?t testify. They dismissed the evidence against their client as ?quantity over quality? and asserted that prosecutors had not proved Chemirmir?s guilt beyond a reasonable doubt.

    Following the mistrial, defense attorney Kobby Warren said his client maintains his innocence and disputed the idea of the trial being derailed by a ?rogue juror.?

    ?It was all circumstantial,? he said of the case against Chemirmir.

    Chemirmir was arrested in March 2018 after 91-year-old Mary Annis Bartel said a man forced his way into her apartment at an independent living community for seniors in the Dallas suburb of Plano.

    When police tracked Chemirmir to his nearby apartment following the attack on Bartel, he was holding jewelry and cash. Documents in a large red jewelry box police say he had just thrown away led them to a Dallas home, where Harris was dead in her bedroom, lipstick smeared on her pillow.

    After his arrest, authorities announced they?d begin reviewing hundreds of deaths, signaling the possibility that a serial killer had been stalking older people. Over the following years, the number of people Chemirmir was accused of killing grew.

    For the families of most of the women he?s been charged with killing, they learned months or years after their loved one?s death that authorities believed they?d been killed. Those families had puzzled over the suddenness of their older but otherwise healthy and active loved ones? deaths, and in many cases, filed police reports when jewelry was found missing after their deaths.

    Bartel died in 2020 but jurors heard from her during the trial through a taped deposition. She said she did not remember details of the appearance of the man who attacked her but said she knew she was in mortal danger the minute she opened her door.

    ?My eyes were just fixated on these green rubber gloves that I saw. ... I knew instantly when I saw those two green rubber gloves, number one, I should not have opened the door, number two, my life was in grave danger,? Bartel said on the video.

    She said that she tried to push the door shut but was overpowered. ?He said: ?Don?t fight me, lie on the bed,?? Bartel said.

    Bartel described a pillow being smashed into her face and her attacker ?using all his weight to keep me from breathing.? Chemirmir was charged with attempted capital murder in the attack on Bartel.

    Jurors saw surveillance video from a Walmart showing that Harris and Chemirmir were at the store at the same time, just hours before she was found dead.

    Most of the victims were killed at independent living communities for older people, where Chemirmir allegedly forced his way into apartments or posed as a handyman.

    Harris? son-in-law, Richard Rinehart, testified that the jewelry and jewelry box found in the trash when Chemirmir was arrested belonged to his mother-in-law.

    Evidence presented showed that Chemirmir also had numerous $2 bills at the time. Rinehart testified that his mother-in-law loved giving them as gifts. Police also said Chemirmir was arrested with a set of keys that opened the front doors of Harris? home.

    Jurors also heard about the killing of of 87-year-old Mary Brooks, who was found dead in her Richardson home in January 2018. Hers was one of the 18 Chemirmir has been charged with.

    Prosecutor Glen Fitzmartin said that Brooks? death had originally been called a natural death, but after an investigation following the arrest of Chemirmir, the medical examiner changed the cause of death to homicide.

    Fitzmartin said that Chemirmir also followed Brooks home from the same Walmart Harris was at before her death. Her daughter, Ann Brooks, testified that after her mother?s death, her mother?s safe was missing, as was most of her jewelry, including wedding rings and a coral necklace she always wore

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    Such bullshit. This guy needs a conviction.
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    I thought the exact same thing. Poor Brennen Tammons.
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    That is too pretty to be shoved up an ass.

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    https://krdo.com/news/2022/01/11/new...n-dallas-area/

    New trial set for man charged with killing 18 in Dallas area

    A man charged with killing 18 older women in the Dallas area over a two-year span is set to be retried in April after the first jury to hear a murder case against him deadlocked. Court records show that the retrial of Billy Chemirmir in the death of 81-year-old Lu Thi Harris is scheduled to begin on April 25.

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    https://www.nbcnews.com/news/retrial...g-18-rcna25761

    Retrial to begin in Texas for man charged with killing 18

    The retrial of a man charged with killing 18 older women in the Dallas area over a two-year span is set to begin Monday, after the first jury to hear a case against him deadlocked.

    Billy Chemirmir, 49, faces life in prison without parole if he’s convicted of capital murder in the smothering of 81-year-old Lu Thi Harris. Prosecutors have said he followed the widow home from Walmart, killed her, and stole her jewelry and cash.

    Chemirmir faces capital murder charges in all 18 of the women’s deaths — 13 in Dallas County and five in nearby Collin County. However, he’s currently only scheduled to stand trial in the death of Harris. Dallas County District Attorney John Creuzot, who isn’t seeking the death penalty for Harris’ killing, has said he plans to try Chemirmir for at least one more death, though he hasn’t said whose.

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    Quote Originally Posted by raisedbywolves View Post
    https://www.nbcnews.com/news/retrial...g-18-rcna25761

    Retrial to begin in Texas for man charged with killing 18
    GOOD
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    I thought the exact same thing. Poor Brennen Tammons.
    Oh well, back to gum.
    ....or exchanging Puke's wang for spicy nuts.
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    He's a serial killer. He picked the wrong state to do his killing in
    They're going to fry him up. He deserves it, he targeted vulnerable elderly people to rob and murder.

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