What’s Common to Telugu Killers in U.S.?

Sujatha Guduru Killed Her Daughter Chetana GuduruTelugu killers in America have one thing in common.

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.

Disturbing Pattern

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.


4 Responses to "What’s Common to Telugu Killers in U.S.?"

  1. Param_arora   February 4, 2014 at 9:46 pm

    It’s a system put in place to ensure the innocent get a fair chance.

    Unfortunately demented brown freaks like these three (and many others of all colors) misuse it.

    Cost of democracy.

    In communist china or Korea, their dirty guilty Golti asses would’ve started fertilizing prison yards by now.

    SearchIndia.com Responds:

    You write: Cost of democracy

    True, I suppose.

    Trials give the one in a million ‘lucky‘ innocent who might appear circumstantially guilty to get out of jail.

    I write ‘lucky‘ (above) because if you believe the Innocence Project, too many innocent guys are also getting convicted in trials.

    But in the case of these three people, the evidence of guilt is too strong.

  2. rvasam   February 4, 2014 at 11:41 pm

    Folk’s on a side note, what y’all think bout Amerika’s own gori sweetheart Amanda Knox??

    Was that also circumstantial. ????

    SearchIndia.com Responds:

    I will see the Knox story on celluloid, featuring my inamorata Jennifer Lawrence as Amanda Knox and James Franco, Freida Pinto and Ranveer Singh in supporting roles, before answering your question. 😉

    Abhishek Bachchan in a guest role as Patrick Lumumba, the fall guy (the wrongly accused man)!

    I will concede though that Knox has the advantage over Guduru in the looks department.

  3. sam   February 6, 2014 at 1:30 pm

    My sis in US says that Telugu people in US occupy high positions in companies and are well qualified.

    They are more qualified than Tamilians, is that true also?

    SearchIndia.com Responds:

    1. You write: Telugu people in US occupy high positions in companies and are well qualified.

    Very true.

    In America, the halls of academia, cubicles of corporations, front-pages of newspapers, streets of major cities & minor towns, corridors of hospitals, chambers of state legislatures and Congress echo to the patter of Telugu feet, the stories of astounding Telugu accomplishments, the aroma of Dum Biryani and the enticing charms of Telugu women.

    Congress is actively considering a proposal to rename USA as Ma Desham and replace George Washington’s picture on $1 bills with the mug of the traitor Nadendla Bhaskara Rao.

    For the $100 bill, there’s a furious debate whether Benjamin Franklin should be replaced by Lakshminivasarao Nerusu or Raghunandan Yandamuri.

    2. Telugu people….are more qualified than Tamilians, is that true also?

    Yes, you are 100% right.

    Indeed, Tamils are less qualified than Telugus in the art of committing great crimes.

    Tamils are no match for the Telugu kidnappers, Telugu sex slavers, Telugu butchers, Telugu murderers, Telugu in-flight masturbators and Telugu serial gropers.

    Tamils in America should seriously consider collective harakiri over their meagre criminal track-record. What wasted lives these Tamils lead!

    • sam   February 6, 2014 at 10:14 pm

      Information Ketta Nakkalukku onnum kurai Illai !

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