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Sep 242014
 



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

Raghunandan Yandamuri - Charges - ©SearchIndia.com

Raghunandan YandamuriIn 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 owner Clotilde Armenta, the cook Victoria Guzman and her daughter Divina Flor, Angela Vicario, the people on the dock, the author’s mother (and Santiago’s godmother) Luisa Santiaga et al, almost everyone in town knew about Santiago’s imminent killing.

But no one in the town stops the Vicario brothers. And the rare ones who try fail or it’s too late.

Santiago’s tragic destiny is predetermined. Unstoppable.

Brutally hacked just outside his door by Pablo and Pedro Vicario, Santiago Nasar staggers to his death holding the intestines spewing out of his body.

Raghunandan Yandamuri Ransom NoteYandamuri’s Ransom Note to the Venna Family

Yandamuri – Santiago

Telugu bidda Raghunandan Yandamuri (28) is the Santiago Nasar of our times. Continue reading »

Sep 172014
 

Raghunandan Yandamuri 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.

Raghunandan Yandamuri Jury Picture

Trial Start

Already marked by repeated postponements, it seems unlikely that the Telugu bidda’s trial will start before next week.

But Judge Steven T. O’Neill could throw the spanner in the works by ruling in favor of Yandamuri’s motion seeking an alternative venue or getting jurors from another county given the prejudicial publicity the Venna murders have received in Montgomery County.

Raghunanda Yandamuri’s trial is the most high-profile criminal case involving an Indian in the U.S.

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Sep 062014
 

Raghunandan Yandamuri

Is something rotten in the state of Denmark Pennsylvania?

OMG, has Telugu bidda Raghunandan Yandamuri died?

Has he been murdered in prison?

Has he attempted suicide/killed himself?

Or has he pleaded guilty?

Or is he not the real culprit?

Or has a plea deal been stuck for Life in Prison instead of the Death Penalty?

Did Yandamuri seek extra time to prepare for the trial (remember, he’s fired his lawyer and is now his own lawyer)?

Is something seriously wrong with the Montgomery County Prosecution team or the Eagleville county jail holding Telugu bidda Raghunandan Yandamuri!

Montgomery County prosecutors have been seeking the death penalty for Raghunandan Yandamuri for allegedly killing baby Saanvi Venna and her grandmother Satyavathi Venna in a botched kidnapping for ransom bid on October 22, 2012.

So Many Questions

Why do I ask so many questions? Continue reading »

Sep 032014
 

Update: OMG! Telugu Bidda Yandamuri Trial Cancelled

Raghunandan YandamuriWhen it comes to Telugu crime dramas in America, it’s an embarras de choix.

Balaji of the Seven Hills so loves his Andhroid flock that he’s simulcasting multiple Telugu bidda reality crime dramas in America.

U.S. Telugu reality crime shows typically feature biddas stabbing, shooting, strangling, kidnapping, robbing, kicking, biting, stomping, trafficking women, serial groping on planes, and in-flight masturbation (see Notorious Telugu Criminals in USA).

Raised on Dum Biryani, nurtured by poor coding, aroused by Ileana, stirred by Allu Arjun, tonsured by Lord Balaji, addicted to in-breeding (marrying cousins), excited with H1B Visas and nirvana’d by Green Cards, Telugu biddas are one of nature’s strange species.

In America, no crime is beyond the pale for Telugu biddas.

Yandamuri Crime Drama – Part 1

Of all the Telugu crime shows currently playing out in American court rooms, there’s none with a higher appeal than the murder-kidnapping-robbery drama of Telugu bidda Raghunandan Yandamuri.

In scale, savagery, drama, treachery, plot twists and cost to tax-payers, the Yandamuri crime drama towers over all other Telugu infamies in the U.S.

Except for sex, the Raghunandan Yandamuri crime drama has everything. There’s plenty of blood, two murders, kidnapping, ransom demand, robbery of jewels, gambling, a pregnant loving wife (Yandamuri’s), financial distress, desperation and, above all, astounding stupidity.

Raghunandan Yandamuri’s crime drama is to desis what the release of leaked nude pictures of Jennifer Lawrence and Kate Upton is to fappening Americans who dove into an orgy of mass masturbation over the selfies, downies and backies (not kidding). Continue reading »

Aug 052014
 

Judge Allows Yandamuri Motion for DNA TestsBowing to alleged baby killer Raghunandan Yandamuri’s requests for DNA and forensic tests, Montgomery County Judge Steve T. O’Neill ruled on July 24, 2014 agreeing to the DNA tests.

It’s not clear if the DNA tests permitted by Judge O’Neill also includes the forensic exams sought by Yandamuri.

Telugu bidda Raghunandan Yandamuri is on trial for the alleged murder of baby Saanvi Venna and her 61-year-old grandmother Satyavathi Venna in their King of Prussia apartment on October 22, 2012 during a botched kidnapping for ransom.

Wild Goose Chase

Yandamuri initially confessed to the killings on video but now claims he was coerced by the Pennsylvania police.

The Telugu bidda claims the real killers were two individuals named Josh and Matt.

Pennsylvania police have rubbished Yandamuri’s claims on Josh and Matt. Continue reading »

Jul 212014
 

Raghunandan Yandamuri Trial May be Further DelayedFor the first time ever, a Telugu butcher (who has already confessed to his killings) acted as his own lawyer in a capital case in America today.

After firing his court appointed public defender attorney a few months back, Raghunandan Yandamuri elected to fight his murder and kidnapping charges in court on his own despite not possessing a legal background and despite facing the death penalty.

Before his arrest on October 26, 2012, Yandamuri was a software programmer.

Yandamuri is on trial for the killings of baby Saanvi Venna and her grandmother Satyavathi Venna in their King of Prussia apartment on October 22, 2012 in a botched kidnapping for ransom attempt.

Trial Delay Again?

On Monday, Yandamuri stood up in the Montgomery County courtroom of Judge Steven T. O’Neill and made some unusual requests during a pre-trial hearing.

In a move that could delay his trial further, Yandamuri wanted the court to “appoint a forensic pathologist and computer animation expert to reconstruct the crime scene,” according to media reports.

Yandamuri explained to the court that he wanted to call them as defense witnesses during the upcoming trial.

The Telugu bidda is also asking for his DNA to be tested against three beer bottles that were supposedly found at the crime scene.

Although Yandamuri initially confessed to the killings (that he claimed were accidental) on October 26, 2012, he subsequently spun a bizarre yarn and blamed the murders on Matt and Josh. Yandamuri’s claims about the involvement of other people in the killings have not been found credible by Pennsylvania police. Continue reading »