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American Prosecutor Wants Kenyan Serial Killer To Face Death Penalty

A US prosecutor is seeking death penalty for the suspected Kenyan serial killer who allegedly murdered twelve elderly women in both Collin and Dallas Counties of Texas, USA.

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The Kenyan citizen, Chemirmir Billy is being detained by United States Authorities after suspecting him as a serial killer.

This Kenyan serial killer who immigrated to the United States in early 2000 by the help of his elder sister together with some of his siblings is now a resident of Dallas, Texas.

He has been accused of strangling and suffocating elderly women in the housing facility with intentions to rob their jewelry in order to sell them over the internet.

The documents filed in court this very week, indicates that the Dallas County legal officer said he’ll seek death penalty in case the suspect is found guilty of murder.

In Texas State, capital punishment goes along with either death penalty or life imprisonment without parole. Legal officials secure death penalty for crimes considered horrible.

Billy, a healthcare worker who was arrested by police last year has this time around rejected private interviews, but his lawyer claims his client is innocent.

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