DAILYKENN.com -- Twelve elderly women, all who appear to be white, were allegedly murdered by a black illegal alien from Kenya.
The alleged serial killer was employed as a healthcare worker. He is accused of killing the women, then stealing their jewelry. The alleged crimes occurred at various locations in north Texas.
Fake feminism, as expected, remains silent.
It is not considered racism when a black male murders twelve elderly white women. It is considered racism to note the suspect is black and the victims white.
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The health care worker who prompted the investigation of hundreds of deaths of elderly patients has been charged with 11 more murders.
Billy Chemirmir, 46, was already being held on a charge of murdering a woman in March 2018, but he is now facing 12 counts of murder as well as a handful of attempted murder charges.
Chemirmir worked as a home health care aide in a number of cities in north Texas.
All of the women were killed by being smothered with a pillow, according to Dallas ABC affiliate WFAA.
Chemirmir was indicted on six new murders in Dallas County this week, according to jail records.
The health care worker has now been charged with killing Phyllis Payne, 91, on May 14, 2016; Phoebe Perry, 94, on June 5, 2016; Norma French, 85, on Oct. 8, 2016; Doris Gleason, 92, on Oct. 29, 2016; Rosemary Curtis, 76, on Jan. 17, 2018; and Mary Brooks on Jan. 31, 2018.
He was already charged with the murder of Lu Thi Harris, 81, in Dallas County last year.
Chemirmir was also charged with five murders in Collin County, a northeast suburb of Dallas, including Plano, on Tuesday, according to jail records.
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