No, it has nothing to do with the aromatic Dum Biryani or the fiery Avakayya pickle.
Despite overwhelming evidence of their crimes, Telugu killers in the U.S. plead “Not Guilty” and waste tax payers’ money.
Of course, most criminals routinely plead “Not Guilty” but what’s different in the case of hardcore Telugu criminals in the U.S. is that the evidence is strongly against them.
There’s a pattern to this “Not Guilty” nonsense adopted by the Telugu criminals in America.
I’ve seen it happening with Raghunandan Yandamuri in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania.
Yandamuri bizarrely enacted his crimes on video during the police interrogation but subsequently pleaded “Not Guilty” to killing 10-month-old Saanvi Venna and her 61-year-old grandmother Satyavathi Venna
In Novi, Michigan, Telugu bidda Lakshminivasarao Nerusu is playing the same “Not Guilty” game.
In Nerusu’s case, it was worse because he ran off to India after killing his wife and children. After two years of searching, issuing an Interpol alert and incurring enormous expenses, the FBI managed to track Nerusu in India, went to Hyderabad and hauled this piece of trash back to the U.S. to face trial.
If you ask me, this “Not Guilty” nonsense is a gross abuse of the U.S. legal system and a huge drain on taxpayer dollars.
Sujatha – Latest Addition
The latest Telugu killer in America to hop on the “Not Guilty” train is the Oveido (Florida) woman Sujatha Guduru.
On Monday, Sujatha Guduru pleaded “Not Guilty” in Seminole County Court to the murder of her 17-year-old daughter Chetana Guduru.
In Sujatha’s case too, there’s strong evidence of her crime by way of an e-mail she sent to to her brother before she committed the cruel act on Monday, January 27, 2014.
Yet Sujatha Guduru filed a “Not Guilty” plea and a motion for waiver of arraignment with the Seminole County Court on Monday, February 3, 2014.
The “Not Guilty” plea and request for waiver of arraignment mean that neither Sujatha nor her attorney are required to appear for the formal arraignment in person.
Sujatha’s attorney has also demanded a jury trial.
It’s not clear if Sujatha Guduru will use an “insanity” plea but it seems likely going by media reports of her treatment for mental illness.
Insanity pleas face long odds in U.S. trials and the rate of success is extremely low.
Sujatha Guduru is currently being held in the Seminole County Jail in Florida.