Kenny Kimes

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Murderer(1975–)
Criminal Kenny Kimes and his mother, con artist Sante Kimes, jointly murdered lawyer Elmer Golmgren, banker Sayed Bilal Ahmed and businessman David Kazdin.

Synopsis

Kenny Kimes was born March 31, 1975. After he graduated college, he and his mother Sante murdered lawyer Elmer Golmgren, banker Sayed Bilal Ahmed, and businessman David Kazdin. In July 1998, Sante and Kenny murdered 83-year-old socialite Irene Silverman in her Upper East Side New York apartment. hey were tried and convicted in 2000; Sante was sentenced to 120 in prison years and Kenny, 125.

Profile

Con artist, murderer. Born Kenny Kimes Jr. on March 31, 1975. The son of con artists Sante and Ken Kimes, Kenny Kimes was raised by his half-brother in Hawaii while his parents traveled the country committing high-stakes heists. His parents were put in jail for slavery after importing girls from the streets of Mexico and keeping them locked up in their homes.

Kenny Kimes attended the University of California, Santa Barbara, during which time his father died mysteriously. He wasn??t told about the death until after graduation. Kenny and Sante Kimes then embarked on a vicious crime spree that included the murder of lawyer Elmer Golmgren, banker Sayed Bilal Ahmed, and businessman David Kazdin.

In July 1998, Sante and Kenny murdered 83-year-old socialite Irene Silverman in her Upper East Side New York apartment. Posing as renters, they gained access to the mansion, intending to tell servants that Silverman had sold Sante the apartment before leaving on a long European vacation. They were tried and convicted in 2000; Sante was sentenced to 120 in prison years and Kenny, 125.

In 2001, Kenny Kimes held a Court TV reporter hostage during a jailhouse interview, demanding that his mother not be extradited to California to face trial on charges of murdering Kazdin. In 2004, facing the prospect of California's death penalty, he agreed to testify against his mother in exchange for a life sentence without parole. They both received another life sentence for Kazdin??s murder.

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