Venkata Venna – A Step Closer to Millions?

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Oct 152014
 
Venkata Venna - A Step Closer to Millions?

Now that Telugu bidda Raghunandan Yandamuri has been convicted and given the death penalty, baby Saanvi Venna’s father Venkata Venna has a better chance of winning his civil lawsuit against property management firms, a security company and Raghunandan Yandamuri over the murders of his daughter and mother. Venkata Venna filed the civil complaint on November 7, 2013. Victims – Baby Saanvi Venna & Grandma Satyavathi Venna Venkata’s Complaint Venkata Venna initiated the legal battle on behalf of the estates of his two murdered family members and on his own behalf in a Philadelphia court in November 2013.

Telugu Creates History – Yandamuri gets Death

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Oct 142014
 
Telugu Creates History - Yandamuri gets Death

Ask not for whom the bell tolls: it tolls for thee. – John Donne Telugu Bidda Raghunandan Yandamuri’s Ultimate Fate A Pennsylvania Execution Chamber (Source: PA Department of Prisons) Never let it be said that Telugus are not pioneers. Be it in (re)discovering America, releasing Oscar-worthy Tollywood gems, littering Dum Biryani restaurants across the landscape of Amreeka, committing murderous crimes in state after state, writing code in all 50 American states, butchering Queen’s English or hurling venom on the mostly good-natured Tamils, U.S. based Telugus have cemented their reputation as one of nature’s extraordinary creatures. Not since the dinosaurs went […]

Injustice – Telugu Bidda Raghu Yandamuri Found Guilty of First Degree Murder

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Oct 092014
 
Injustice - Telugu Bidda Raghu Yandamuri Found Guilty of First Degree Murder

If Churchill were alive, he’d sternly intone: Now this is not the end of the Telugu’s nightmare. It is not even the beginning of the gulti’s end. But it is, perhaps, the end of the beginning for the bidda. Folks, a Pennsylvania jury has found Telugu bidda Raghunandan Yandamuri G U I L T Y of First Degree Murder in the brutal, senseless crime that took the lives of baby Saanvi Vennas and her 61-year-old grandmother Satyavathi Venna at their King of Prussia (PA) apartment complex on October 22, 2012 during a botched kidnapping for ransom bid. The charges against […]

12 Horrendous Mistakes that Doomed Telugu Bidda Raghunandan Yandamuri

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Oct 082014
 
12 Horrendous Mistakes that Doomed Telugu Bidda Raghunandan Yandamuri

Shiva your daughter has been kidnapped. If you report this to cops your daughter will be cut into pieces and found dead. If you inform this to anyone you will find your daughter (sic) body parts thrown into your apartments….We want $50,000.00 by end of the day. Your wife Lata have (sic) to bring money to the location alone. Excerpt from Telugu bidda Raghunandan Yandamuri’s ransom note to baby Saanvi Venna’s father Shiva Venna Update: Injustice– Telugu Bidda Raghu Yandamuri Found Guilty of First Degree Murder A Pennsylvania jury of 12 Americans has started deliberations on the fate of Telugu […]

Sep 242014
 
Chronicle of a Death (Sentence) Foretold

It isn’t right that everybody should know that they’re going to kill her son and she the only one who doesn’t. – Luisa Santiaga as she goes (belatedly) to warn Santiago Nasar’s mother Placida of her son’s imminent death Source – Chronicle of a Death Foretold by Nobel laureate Gabriel Garcia Marquez In Gabriel Garcia Marquez’s fine novella Chronicle of a Death Foretold, so many people know of Santiago Nasar’s imminent killing. After all, brandishing recently sharpened knives the Vicario brothers tell anyone who’ll listen that they plan to kill Santiago. Father Carmen Amador, Mayor Col. Don Lazaro Aponte, store […]

Sep 172014
 
Raghunandan Yandamuri - Jury Picture

The murder-kidnapping drama involving Telugu bidda Raghunandan Yandamuri is wearily trudging into the trial phase. Raghunandan Yandamuri has been charged with the murders of baby Saanvi Venna and her 61-year-old grandmother Satyavathi Venna during a botched kidnapping for ransom incident on October 22, 2012 in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania. Montgomery County (PA) prosecutors are seeking the death penalty for Yandamuri. Jury selection commenced yesterday and it appears five jurors have been selected as of 15:00 hours September 17, 2014. Trial Start Already marked by repeated postponements, it seems unlikely that the Telugu bidda’s trial will start before next week. But […]