“Murder Incorporated” wasn’t just a catchy tune that was left off of Bruce Springsteen’s Born in the USA album in 1982. Murder Inc was a very real organized crime unit that worked for the Mafia. In the 1920s and ‘30s, the Cosa Nostra employed the members of Murder Inc – all of which were Italian and Jewish immigrants – to slaughter 400 witnesses and mob informants.
As of this writing, that remains the largest number of proven murders of Americans committed by a group of immigrants. But if investigators in Texas are correct, a single illegal alien may have put Murder Inc’s record to shame.
Billy Chermimir, an illegal alien from Kenya, is being investigated in more than 1,000 suspicious deaths of elderly people in Texas. Chermimir is already in jail awaiting trial on 14 separate homicides. He’s accused of smothering his elderly victims to death with pillows after sneaking into their assisted living homes.
Police say he posed as a maintenance worker, killed his victims, then stole their jewelry and other valuables and sold them to pawn shops to make a living. (Doing the jobs Americans won’t do!) The Trump administration has an ICE retainer hold on him just in case some loopy Obama-appointed judge decides to let him out on bail or for any other reason.
It’s not like immigration officials didn’t know about Billy Chermimir. He wasn’t one of those “in the shadows” illegals we’re always hearing about. It’s just that no one bothered to deport him during his 15-year crime spree for any of the lesser infractions he was always being arrested for – you know, like marriage fraud, a couple of DUIs and a serious assault against a girlfriend that put her in the hospital.
Chermimir first arrived in America in 2003 on a tourist visa, and never left. This should be infuriating to every American, especially since former President Bill Clinton and then-House Speaker Newt Gingrich had promised to create a visa entry-exit tracking system back in 1996. That system was never created – not even after the visa overstaying 9/11 hijackers did their thing.
Four years after he overstayed his visa, Chermimir married a US citizen through one of the marriage scam rings that Chinese illegal aliens operate in Texas. As soon as he got his green card, he got a divorce. He was caught doing this during the Bush administration’s time in office but didn’t get deported.
His two DUIs and the severe beating of his girlfriend happened later, and even though black letter law states that an immigrant’s green card must be revoked, and they must be deported for ‘crimes of moral turpitude’ such as these, no one in the Obama administration bothered to stick Chermimir on a boat ride back to Kenya.
Authorities don’t know when Chermimir’s murder spree actually started but given the nature of the deaths of his 14 identified victims, the cops are now looking at many, many more deaths that happened in cities where Chermimir was present. They’ve found more than 1,000 cases where elderly people suddenly died in assisted living facilities. Because of the age of the victims, nobody bothered to investigate their deaths too closely.
Chermimir was finally caught in 2018 when a 91-year-old woman who he smothered and robbed survived and gave a description of him to police. They thought Chermimir might be the right guy, so they started tailing him. When they spotted him dropping something in a dumpster outside his apartment, they checked it out and discovered a jewelry box and a piece of paper that identified an elderly woman in Dallas. She was found dead that same day.
The previous record-holder for illegal alien serial killers was Juan Corona from Mexico. Despite being deported multiple times for violent assaults that landed him in mental hospitals in the 1960s, immigration bureaucrats kept letting him back in. Corona slaughtered 25 American men in 1971 and buried them in shallow graves in southern California. He died of old age in prison last year.
The good news about Chermimir is that he committed his murders in Texas, so he won’t get the opportunity to die of old age. Governor Abbott or whoever the next governor is won’t be offering Chermimir a stay of execution. The bad news is that the American people are still waiting on that visa entry-exit tracking system that we were promised in 1996.