#1 Serial Killer in Texas is Illegal Alien from Kenya — Accused of Murdering 12 Elderly Women in Dallas Area by Cincinnatus 17.05.2019 02:29


Dallas officials on Thursday reported that an illegal alien murdered at least 12 elderly women in a multi-year killing spree in the Dallas area.

Bill Chemirmir was charged with 12 capital murder indictments this week. He smothered his victims and then stole their belongings.

Chemirmir is an illegal alien from Kenya.


The article does not state whether this creep was an Obama relative, but there are videos about this case at the link.

#2 RE: Serial Killer in Texas is Illegal Alien from Kenya — Accused of Murdering 12 Elderly Women in Dallas Area by algernonpj 17.05.2019 09:42


‘Serial Killer’ Healthcare Worker In U.S. Illegally Suspected of Being Involved in a Thousand Deaths
Chris Menahan
Information Liberation
May 17, 2019

Cheap third-world labor does not come without costs.

From The Daily Mail:

A healthcare worker who is suspected of being involved with more than 1,000 unexplained deaths in Texas, has been charged with smothering 11 murders.

Billy Chemirmir, 46, who worked as a home healthcare aide, was initially charged in 2018 with the murder of 81-year-old Lu Thi Harris.

On Tuesday, Chemirmir was indicted on six more murder charges.

According to Dallas News, Chemirmir has now been charged with killing Phyllis Payne, 91, on May 14, 2016; Phoebe Perry, 94, on June 5, 2016; and 85-year-old Norma French on October 8, 2016.

He was also charged with the murders of Doris Gleason, 92, on October 29, 2016; Rosemary Curtis, 76, on January 17, 2018; and Mary Brooks on January 31, 2018.

He has been charged with five other murders, but those identities have not been released.

Collin County confirms they have indicted Billy Chemirmir on 5 more capital murder charges. That brings the total to 12 in #Dallas and #Collin Counties. Investigators say 92-year-old Doris Gleason was one of his victims. @CBSDFW pic.twitter.com/y2b1Am9mdk

— Brooke Rogers (@TVNewsBrooke) May 16, 2019

Chemirmir is also charged with three counts of attempted murder.

He is being held in Dallas County Jail on $9million bond.

Chemirmir, who worked as a nurse in his native Kenya, is at the center of an investigation into nearly 1,000 unexplained deaths in Texas, according to KRLD.

The case only merited a 23 second piece on CBS Dallas Fort-Worth:


#3 RE: Serial Killer in Texas is Illegal Alien from Kenya — Accused of Murdering 12 Elderly Women in Dallas Area by algernonpj 17.05.2019 10:08


REPORT: Non-citizens commit 42% of federal crimes
American Mirror
May 15, 2019

A new federal report shows non-citizens in the United States commit nearly half of all federal crimes, or more than six times their proportion to the American population.

For 2017, data from the U.S. Census Bureau’s American Community Survey shows non-citizens comprise about 7 percent of the country’s population, but the 2018 Annual Report and Sourcebook of Federal Sentencing Statistics shows they committed more than 40 percent of all federal crimes.

The United States Sentencing Commission reviewed 321,000 sentencing documents s in fiscal year 2018 and outlined several statistics in the annual report:

In fiscal year 2018, the courts reported 69,425 felony and Class A misdemeanor cases to the Commission. This represents an increase of 2,552 cases from the prior fiscal year, and the first increase since fiscal year 2011.

The race of federal offenders remained largely unchanged from prior years. In fiscal year 2018, 54.3 percent of all offenders were Hispanic, 21.2 percent were White, 20.6 percent were Black, and 3.8 percent were of another race. Non-U.S. Citizens accounted for 42.7 percent of all federal offenders.

Immigration cases accounted for the largest single group of offenses in fiscal year 2018, comprising 34.4 percent of all reported cases. Cases involving drugs, firearms, and fraud were the next most common types of offenses after immigration cases. Together these four types of offenses accounted for 82.9 percent of all cases reported to the Commission in fiscal year 2018.

A breakdown of crimes in the report show about 92 percent of immigration crimes, or about 21,835 cases, involved non-citizens. But they also committed other crimes at far higher rates than their 7 percent proportion of the population as a whole.

Cases involving drug possession, for example, were nearly evenly split between citizens and non-citizens with 361 and 339, respectively. In other words, non-citizens violated federal drug possession laws at a rate roughly seven times higher than citizens.

Statistics were similar for violations of national defense, with 30 percent of cases involving non-citizens, as well as money laundering at 27 percent, drug trafficking at 24 percent and murder at 18 percent. Other crimes committed at higher rates include kidnapping, fraud/theft/embezzlement, extortion/racketeering, burglary, assault, “commercialized vice,” and environmental crimes, among others.

The largest numbers of crimes occurred in border states, and areas with sanctuary policies. Arizona, New Mexico, Texas, Florida and southern California were among the most heavily concentrated areas for federal crimes. Data in the Sentencing Commission’s report show the Fifth Circuit Court covering Texas and the Ninth Circuit Court covering California and Arizona are the busiest, with about 26 and 20 percent of cases, respectively.

In the vast majority of cases involving both citizens and non-citizens – 87.8 percent – the offenders were sentenced to prison. For the roughly 29,000 non-citizens convicted of federal crimes in fiscal year 2018, that statistic was 98.5 percent, according to the report.

This article was posted: Wednesday, May 15, 2019 at 6:11 am


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