By Emily Crane (NYPost)
An alleged Texas serial killer charged with killing 18 elderly women over a two-year crime spree insists he is a “very innocent man” from a “good family.”
Billy Chemirmir, 49, has been accused of using his work as a home health aide to get into the apartments of elderly women before allegedly smothering them and then stealing their valuables.
In a jail interview with the Dallas Morning News, Chemirmir denied all the charges against him and said he is “100 percent sure I will not go to prison.”
“I am not a killer,” Chemirmir said.
“I’m not at all what they’re saying I am. I am a very innocent person. I was not brought (up) that way. I was brought (up) in a good family. I didn’t have any problems all my life.”
Chemirmir is in custody at the Dallas County Jail awaiting retrial next month after the first jury to hear one of the murder cases against him deadlocked last November.
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