A 48-year-old Kenyan man, identified as Bolly Kipkorir Chemirmir from Baringo County, is on trial for the third murder, according to the reports Billy Chemirmir killed 22 people, this act took place in the US.
According to the documents that were presented by the Court, it stated that Billy Chemirmir killed this person between the years 2016 to 2018 in the state of Texas.
The accused was found guilty and he was to a life sentence in prison, this not being all, it's just the third trial in the court of the murder of 22 people.
Reports further stated that Billy Chemirmir pretended to be a technician, but this was his trick for looking for his targeted elderly people who stayed in Cheshire homes which are private.
This person could allow him inside their homes, not knowing that he had other missions, Billy could enter their home steals their expensive jewelry, then could suffocate them using their pillows to death, and the victim's relatives concluded that their beloved ones died because of their old age since there were no signs of breakage inside their houses.
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