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Suspected Serial Killer Linked to Deaths of 24 Seniors In Care Homes

A suspected serial killer in Texas has now been linked to the murders of 24 elderly women in their care homes – after investigators re-opened case files on at least 750 seniors who died unattended, according to reports. Home health aide Billy Chemirmir, 48, was first arrested on a capital murder charge in March 2018 as police in Dallas announced a “very large and complex investigation” into possible deaths and thefts at care homes. On Tuesday, a Dallas County grand jury handed down three new capital murder indictments – taking his current total to 17, the Dallas Morning News said.

Chemirmir, a Kenyan citizen who was living in the US illegally, is in jail in lieu of an $11.6 million bail, the Morning News said. Read more…

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