Billy Chemirmir ,a kenyan born serial killing suspect touted as one of the worst serial killers in Texas history is set to undergo trial in November 12th 2021.This is according to NNC's Dallas fort Worth news.Chemirmir who is a native of Eldama Ravine in Baringo county has been accused of 18 murders in Dallas and surrounding areas.He was accussed of posing as a medical professional or maintenance person and gaining access to the properties of atleast 18 elderly women and smothering them with a pillow.
The trial date was previously set for April 5 2021 but later put off due to covid-19.On thursday June 24 Dallas District Attorney John Creuzot said his office will seek a life sentence instead of a death penalty."In effect,there will be no chance for Chemirmir to die anywhere except in aTexus prison," said Creuzot.
Some of the women he was accussed f mudering include Joyce Abram,Doris Wasserman and Margaret White who were killed Simultaneously at the tradition preston wood which is a luxury complex in Dallas.The 48 was however defended by his lawyer Philip Nayes who said his client is circumstantial but doesnt prove he was the killer.."It seems like every unexplained death they come up with ,they are pinning on him.If you look at allof it ,it doesnt stand up,"Hayes insisted.
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