Illegal Alien Accused of Murdering 22 Elder Women Trial Gets Delayed due to COVID-19

The murder trial against an illegal alien accused of murdering 22 elderly women in Texas is set to be delayed beyond its scheduled date of April 2021 due to the Coronavirus crisis.

Billy Chemirmir, 47-year-old, is facing the death penalty for two elderly women he allegedly smothered to death, 81,year-old Lu Thi Harris in march and 91-year-old Phyllis Payne in 2016.

Prosecutors say Chemirmir is responsible for at least 14 murders of elderly women in the Dallas area. In civil lawsuits, he has been accused of an additional eight murders of elderly Americans. Prosecutors say Chemirmir would smother his victims and then steal property from them.

Here is a long list of elderly women he allegedly killed 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 Lu Thi Harris, 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, and 93-year-old Mamie Dell Miya.


According to WFAA

DALLAS — Two civil lawsuits filed this week provide new details regarding the victims of suspected serial killer Billy Chemirmir.

Chemirmir, 47, is charged with 12 counts of capital murder in connection with the deaths of elderly women in Dallas and Collin counties.

Martha Williams, 79 and Ann Conklin, 82 were both allegedly robbed and killed by Chemirmir at the Preston Place retirement community, the lawsuits say.

The lawsuit for Conklin accuses the living facility of negligence. The lawsuit for Williams does the same, along with an accusation of wrongful death.

Court records show each woman was killed in the same way — smothered by a pillow.

Preston Place marketed itself as an upscale gated senior living community that was gated with 24-hour security surveillance, the suit says.

Documents state some apartments at the facility cost up to $3,000 per month to rent.

The lawsuits claim Preston Place failed to protect itself residents and inform them of previous crimes that occurred in the community.

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