I think you’re most wholly, completely and utterly selfish…That doesn’t make you mentally ill, that makes you an evil human being.
– Judge Nanci Grant to Telugu Butcher Lakshminivasa Rao Nerusu during his Sentencing Today
Americans learned a hard lesson today in whom they should welcome into this wonderful country.
From California to New Jersey to Florida to Michigan, it’s becoming painfully apparent to American law enforcement authorities across the nation that Telugus, a species native to South India, are unleashing a wave of violence and demonstrating a streak of morbid behavior.
Murder, in-flight groping, kidnapping, sex trafficking, wife beating, wife biting, wife kicking, visa fraud, ah, the list of Telugu atrocities in America is a long one.
And the tax burden these Telugu depravities impose on average Americans is rising.
Nerusu – Life in Prison
At enormous cost to the American tax payer, the prison doors today shut forever behind Lakshminivasa Rao Nerusu, one of several notorious Telugu butchers in the U.S.
For the barbaric murders of his wife and two children, Lakshminivasa Rao Nerusu was sentenced today in the Oakland County Circuit Court (Michigan) to life in prison without parole.
Lakshminivasa Rao Nerusu was present in Oakland County Circuit Court of Judge Nanci Grant when the sentence was read.
Fortunately for Nerusu, the state of Michigan does not have the death penalty.
A software programmer, like so many of his Telugu brethren in America, Nerusu stabbed his 37-year-old wife Jayalakshmi Nerusu 59 times and then killed his 14-year-old daughter Tejasvi and 12-year-old son Siva when they returned from school in October 2008.
Following the murders, Nerusu fled to India, where the monster was nabbed three years later.
On June 12, 2014, an Oakland County jury rejected Nerusu’s bizarre claims of insanity and found the Telugu butcher guilty of First Degree Murder of his wife and two young children.
Telugu Whacko Blames Conspiracy
Nerusu did not speak during his sentencing today.
However, in a written report to the court the Telugu murderer wove a bizarre conspiracy theory blaming his psychiatrists, his previous defense attorney and his family members for ignoring and covering up his insanity.
Demanding an investigation, Nerusu wrote to the court:
I am not responsible for the incident. I was insane at the time of the incident.
Two psychiatrists previously examined Nerusu and found him sane.
$2m Tax Penalty
Nerusu is 46 now and if we assume he’ll live to 80, the Telugu whacko will cost U.S. taxpayers over $2 million in incarceration and healthcare costs.
In these troubled economic times when American bridges and roads are crumbling, libraries are shortening their hours and teachers are being fired, America will pay in the millions to house, feed and provide medical care for a Telugu murderer.
The next time Telugu butcher Lakshminivasa Rao Nerusu leaves prison for an extended period of time will be in a cheap wooden box, his arms folded across the chest, eyes closed and heart still.
But that’s cold comfort for the American tax payers asked to shoulder the heavy costs of barbarism by foreign nut-jobs.
Other Telugu Murderers
Nerusu is not the only Telugu whacko to wreak havoc in America.
Awaiting trial for murder in America are other Telugu loonies like Raghunandan Yandamuri in Pennsylvania, Timma Raju Kalidindi in New Jersey, Sujatha Guduru in Florida and God knows where else in America.
Convicted Telugu killer Amit Muddamalle, who fled to India, was recently captured in Hyderabad and hauled back to Texas.
Wonder what Telugus eat and drink?