June 29, 2019
This brings the current confirmed victim count to 18, and almost all of them were white women.
We’re just getting started, though.
This one negro – who is an illegal immigrant, if that even means anything anymore – has been linked to a thousand unexplained deaths.
A lawsuit filed in Dallas County claims there are at least six more victims of accused serial killer Billy Chemirmir.
Chemirmir is currently facing charges for the murders of 12 elderly women in Dallas and Collin counties. He’s accuse of either strangling or suffocating elderly victims to steal jewelry and other valuables. Police arrested Chemirmirlast year and announced investigators would review hundreds of unattended death cases for additional potential victims.
The families of six more people say Chemirmir targeted their loved ones who lived the same independent living community in north Dallas.
“Words can’t describe what they’re going through and we’ve had many days where it’s been tough,” said Trey Crawford – attorney for the families and estates of one man and five women who all died in 2016. All six died in about a three month span and lived in the Tradition-Prestonwood Independent Living facility.
Some of his earlier victims.
Leah Corken, the latest confirmed victim.