Dallas: Prosecutors seek the death penalty for serial killer suspect charged with death of 12 women

Dallas Prosecutors are looking for the death penalty for a man named Billy Chemirmir who has been charged with the killing of 12 women. Last year, He was taken into custody in March.

According to reports from the police officers, Billy posed as a maintenance worker at The Tradition – Prestonwood in Dallas and stole valuable including jewelry from his victims’ home.
In some cases, he posed as a home health care worker and tried to gain access to his victims' homes.
Reports from Dallas Lawsuits state that Chemirmir has been charged for the death of 12 women but it may be likely that he might be linked to at least 7 more cases at The Tradition senior living facility.
If he is found guilty of capital murder then prosecutors will seek capital punishment for him.

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