Kenyan Indicted for Murder of Dallas Woman Being Investigated for Involvement in 1,000 Other Cases

ILLEGAL ALIEN BILLY CHIMIRMIR. WORKED IN HEALTH CARE.

The last time we saw monkey man Billy Chemirmir her was in March, when he was arrested.

The wheels of justice grind too damn slow. It’s taken over two months just to get a grand jury to indict him.

A quick trial followed by immediate execution for a subhuman alleged serial killer would be best for all involved, especially victims’ families seeking closure. Billy Chemirmir should never have been allowed into the U.S. to begin with.

Politicians like Paul Ryan say we need immigrants to take care of our health care. Like to kill us, Paul?

Dallas News

Billy Kipkorir Chemirmir, 45, was indicted by a Dallas County grand jury Tuesday, according to court records.

Police say he used a pillow to smother Lu Thi Harris in March. Police believe he also stole jewelry from her Far North Dallas home, records show.

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750 Deaths Under Investigation as Illegal Kenyan Health Care Worker Arrested for Murder in Texas

The murder victim was a 81-year-old woman.

What a horrifying way to go at that age. The face of an ugly Kenyan the last thing you see …

NBC Dallas-Fort Worth

A Dallas man charged in the murder of an 81-year-old woman who is accused of robbing and attempting to kill two other older women used an alias according to Plano police.

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New Orleans ZULU QUEEN Charged in $30 Million Fraud

LISA CRINEL. BEING QUEEN WASN’T ENOUGH. IT TOOK BIG MONEY TO KEEP THE QUEEN’S PALACE GOING.
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I love it when a black woman thinks big. No petty larceny for Lisa Crinel. She allegedly defrauded Medicaid out of $30 million.

But alas for Lisa, her scheme did not escape notice of federal accountants. Accountants are anal retentives, you know, Lisa? They love to catch errors in numbers. When the numbers don’t add up, they’re like bloodhounds who never give up trying to figure out why.

And so now Lisa, Queen of the legendary black Zulu Mardi Gras parade, is going to need lawyers.

If I were Queen Lisa, I think I might begin to accustom myself to the idea of being away from the palace for a while. A vacation to an 8 x 10 cell might be in the works.

NOLA

Prominent New Orleans businesswoman Lisa Crinel, the 2004 Zulu Queen, faces federal charges in a scheme prosecutors say defrauded Medicaid for $30 million for bogus home health care fees, according to an indictment announced Thursday (March 12) by U.S. Attorney Kenneth Polite.

Crinel, 51, the owner of Abide Home Health Services, was one of 20 people named in the 26-count indictment alleging that from 2008 until charges were filed Thursday, her company was the centerpiece of a scam that charged Medicaid program for services clients either didn’t need or were never performed.

Crinel was not the only Zulu Queen among the indictees: Abide employee Sheila Mathieu, the adoptive mother of LSU football star Tyrann Mathieu, presided over the legendary Mardi Gras parade group in 2009.

Crinel’s attorney, Charles “Tuck” Marshall said Thursday his client did nothing wrong.

“She’s going to plead not guilty, and we look forward to her full vindication at trial,” Marshall said.

Also charged in the indictment were Crinel’s daughter and chief administrative officer, Wilneisha Harrison Jakes, physicians Shelton Barnes, Threasa Adderly, Michael Jones and Henry Evans. The doctors signed off on orders for unnecessary home health care services in exchange for monthly payments except Jones, whose wife, Paula, was hired by Abide and received “inflated salary payments” in place of consulting fees for Jones.

Crinel, who also owns the eastern New Orleans banquet hall LACE, also is charged with wire fraud conspiracy for filing allegedly false claims with the Gulf Coast Claims Facility totaling $37,800.

Prosecutors claim Crinel created phony payroll documents Jakes and two other co-defendants payments used to make claims for lost wages at LACE, despite the fact two of the employees were working full-time for Abide and Jakes was attending school out of state.