A Kenyan who was accused of making some killings in the United States of America will be subjected to trial on November 12, 2021. According to the news source, the Kenyan is charged with the murder of 18 people in Dallas and Collin Counties. The 48-year-old is accused of pretending to be a worker in order to find his ways into the apartments of the victims.
Initially, the hearing was set for April 5, 2021, but due to the effects of Covid-19, it was pushed until 12th November 2021. According to the paperwork present before the court, Billy Chemirmir is expected to face two jury trials and serve a life sentence without parole.
"In effect, there will be no chance for Chemirmir to die anywhere except in a Texas prison," a statement from Creuzot's office read.
Chemirmir was first arrested in 2018 after he murdered a woman from Dallas in her home. Investigations that were carried by the police over this murder case further revealed that the man was linked to more deaths within the State than people could have imagined. Chimirmir is a Kenyan citizen who hails from Eldama Ravine in Baringo county.
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