Illegal Alien SERIAL KILLER Charged With Murdering 12 Women In Texas… Most prolific killer in Texas history… Police looking at 750 possible cases…
BLACKOUT: Networks Still Refuse to Cover Serial-Killing Illegal Alien
Back in January, the MRC noted that broadcast networks had ignored completely the story of an illegal immigrant suspected of murdering multiple elderly Texas residents. That same man has since become an accused serial killer with at least 12 alleged victims, yet the networks continue to conceal the story from their viewers.
The Dallas Morning News reported on Wednesday that Billy Chemirmir of Kenya “was indicted Tuesday in the deaths of six Dallas County women,” and an additional five capital murder counts in Collin County, Texas. Other print media, such as the Associated Press and the New York Post, picked up the story the following day.
Yet as with Chemirmir’s initial indictments back in 2018, broadcast networks ABC, CBS, and NBC still have not breathed a word about this story in their flagship morning or evening news shows.
The Kenyan national, who has been living in the U.S. illegally since at least 2010, is also accused of two counts of attempted murder. All of Chemirmir’s victims have been elderly women, at least three of whom were over 90 years old when he allegedly suffocated them to death.
A Texas man has been charged with killing 12 elderly women, and police are still reexamining hundreds of other deaths to see if he might be connected, officials said. A Dallas County grand jury Tuesday returned six capital murder indictments against Billy Chemirmir, 46, in connection with the deaths of the six women in 2016 and early 2018.
A second grand jury in Collin County indicted Chemirmir on five other murder charges, also on Tuesday, court records showed. All the Collin County victims were smothered during a burglary, court documents showed.
Dallas police said they would take a fresh look at the cases of 750 elderly people who died unattended to see if any might be linked to Chemirmir.
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