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The new lawsuit, claims to be Billy the Chemirmir who was responsible for the deaths of 12 elderly people, responsible for it’s 2016, and kill all the residents of a nursing home in North Dallas.
A Kenyan man in US illegally, who has been charged in the death of 12 women in Texas may be behind the murders of six elderly persons, on the basis of a set of court proceedings on Tuesday.
Billy Chemirmir, 46, has been in custody since March of 2018, when he was arrested for the death of the 81-year-old Lu Thi, Harris, in Dallas. Last month, he was charged with the deaths of 11 women, ranging from 76 to 94-year-old, according to the Dallas County District Attorney’s Office spokesman Kim Leach.
Authorities said Chemirmir, posing as a maintenance worker or a health care professional, and that he stole jewelry and other valuables from their victims.
THE ALLEGED SERIAL KILLER, A KENYAN MAN IN US ILLEGALLY WAS CHARGED IN A VARIETY OF DALLAS-AREA DEATHS REPORTED
In any of the six court cases on Tuesday in roanoke County, an independent living facility and The Tradition-Prestonwood is charged with failure to comply with the residents to be safe and to hide from any suspicious circumstances surrounding the death.
The lawsuits on behalf of family members and supporters of the alleged victims, say prosecutors anticipate Chemirmir, will soon be indicted in the death of five women and one man.
“What was shocking was that this person should, in the first place,” Trey Crawford, a lawyer for the families of the deceased, told FOX4. “He literally roamed freely, stalking his next victim, posing as a handyman, running around, knocking on people’s doors.”
In this undated photo, a reservation made by the Dallas County, Texas, Sheriff’s Office shows Billy Chemirmir.
Dallas County Sheriff’s Office via AP)
Two of the men Chemirmir has been accused of the murder and lived on in The Tradition-Prestonwood. The lawsuits say the deaths of these two men, and six of the alleged victims was unexpected, and in most of the cases, valuables were missing from their apartment. The suits claim that the eight dead, at the independent living facility that took place within a four-month span, in 2016.
According to the suit, and the killings began, with Joyce Abramowitz, who was found dead and alone in her apartment in July of 2016. It is not an indictment of Chemirmir for the case, and the district attorney’s office, told FOX4 can’t comment on the more charges that could be brought about.
One of the suspected additional victims, an 87-year-old woman reported that her daughter has been a couple of times in the weeks leading up to her death, she had become restless, as many otherwise healthy people have unexpectedly died in the facility in one of the lawsuits on Tuesday claiming.
The woman, who had gone dancing the night before her death, and yet should they might be moving in a conversation with a friend. In the lawsuits, said she and her family do not know what The Tradition was known, and so she was left at the bottom.”
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The lawyers added that, in many cases, the families were told of the deaths were probably natural causes, and The Tradition-Prestonwood is not to investigate the break-ins, a number of which have been done before, and the suspect of the murder.
“None of this would ever happen,” Crawford told FOX4. “A person like this should never be allowed unrestricted access to the elderly in their own homes. However, it should never happen again.”
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In a statement to the house, called the death “a true tragedy” and said the investigation of the Dallas police department, “and other prominent governmental entities, including the Dallas County Medical Examiner, the Collin County Medical Examiner.”
“Death was being investigated by the Dallas police and the Dallas County Medical Examiner, and ruled as attributable to natural causes,” the hotel said in a statement. “In addition, there have been two autopsies that have also confirmed the death due to natural causes. Those decisions stood for more than 27 months.”
The Tradition-Prestonwood is added cooperation with all relevant bodies, and all of the statements that the CEO failed to disclose information that is “absolutely false.”
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Dave Wishnew, one of the lawyers representing the plaintiffs, told The Associated Press that the families intend to take from the account.
“If you’re going to have to hold out the promise to provide exceptional, state-of-the-art safety and security of the most vulnerable people in our community — the elderly, then you will have to fulfill those promises,” Wishnew said.
Chemirmir, who exceeded his job in the united states, and has never been deported, it remains in the Dallas County Jail.
Fox News’ Frank, Miles, and Greg Norman and The Associated Press contributed to this report.