A man who was convicted of being an illegal immigrant and accused of killing 25 older Americans has been charged with four murders

Billy Chemirmir, a 48-year-old illegal immigrant who was convicted of murdering 25 older Americans this year, has been charged with killing four of those people in Collin County, Texas.

Chemirmir was found guilty of killing 81-year-old Lu Thi Harris in April. Harris was just one of allegedly 25 elderly people he killed. From April 2016 to April 2018, he is accused of killing the people, stealing from them, and then selling their things online.

Chemirmir is thought to be the most dangerous serial killer in Texas.

Now, Chemirmir has been charged with four of the killings by prosecutors in Collin County. Marilyn Bixler, who is 90 years old, Diane Delahunty, who is 79, Mamie Miya, who is 93, and Helen Lee, who is 82, are the people named in the murder indictments.

Lee had not been named in the case before.

"These indictments should be a reminder that every victim of a violent crime deserves to have their case investigated and prosecuted," Collin County District Attorney Greg Willis said in a statement. "Law enforcement and prosecutors in Collin County will work every day to hold violent offenders accountable."

The Angel Families put out a statement in which they wrote:

We the families and loved ones of Marilyn Bixler, Diane Delahunty, Helen Lee, and Mamie Miya are grateful to hear of today’s four additional capital murder indictments. These indictments are another step in holding Billy Chemirmir accountable for the full extent of his horrible crimes. We’d like to thank police and prosecutors for listening to us, and for their continued efforts to see that justice is done for all the victims and their loved ones. [Emphasis added]

Chemirmir was charged with five counts of murder with a death sentence and two counts of trying to kill someone with a death sentence in Collin County. The cases are still going on, and Chemirmir's trial is set for October.

Chemirmir was found guilty of murder in April. This was after his first murder trial in Dallas County ended in a mistrial because one of the 12 jurors made sure that the case was "hopelessly deadlocked."

Chemirmir has been linked to 24 other victims besides Harris:

  • 83-year-old Leah Corken
  • 82-year-old Juanita Purdy
  • 88-year-old Mary Brooks
  • 84-year-old Minnie Campbell
  • 82-year-old Ann Conklin
  • 75-year-old Rosemary Curtis
  • 85-year-old Norma French
  • 92-year-old Doris Gleason
  • 81-year-old Carolyn MacPhee
  • 81-year-old Miriam Nelson
  • 91-year-old Phyllis Payne
  • 94-year-old Phoebe Perry
  • 80-year-old Martha Williams
  • 82-year-old Joyce Abramowitz
  • 87-year-old Glenna Day
  • 89-year-old Solomon Spring
  • 90-year-old Doris Wasserman
  • 86-year-old Margaret White
  • 79-year-old Diana Delahunty
  • 93-year-old Mamie Dell Miya
  • 86-year-old Catherine Probst Sinclair
  • 90-year-old Marilyn Bixler
  • An 81-year-old “Jane Doe”
  • 82-year-old Helen Lee

Soon after Chemirmir’s arrest in May 2019, Breitbart News exclusively reported that Chemirmir, born in Kenya, first arrived in the U.S. on a B-2 tourist visa in July 2003. Chemirmir was only supposed to be in the U.S. for a short time, but he overstayed his visa and became an illegal alien who could be deported.

Chemirmir’s expired United States visa. (Photo via Dallas County District Court)

Chemirmir’s expired United States visa. (Photo via Dallas County District Court)

Chemirmir’s Kenyan passport documentation. (Photo via Dallas County District Court)

Chemirmir’s Kenyan passport documentation. (Photo via Dallas County District Court)

Chemirmir could have been deported, which would have made it impossible for him to ever get legal status in the U.S. Instead, he used a loophole in the country's legal immigration system to marry an American citizen and get a green card. Chemirmir was given a green card in November of 2007.

Breitbart News learned that Chemirmir had a criminal record, which included convictions for drunk driving, trespassing, assault, and getting in the way of a police officer.


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