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Spouse murder Black widow: Adulterous wife, lover and friends kill husband in Bangalore

Spouse murder Black widow: Adulterous wife, lover and friends kill husband in Bangalore
Aug 31, 2010
BANGALORE: For four months, no one knew the whereabouts of Cheluvaraju, 32, an employee of a garment factory.

His wife also did not bother to look for him. Only when his mother voiced her suspicion did police swing into action.

On Sunday, Talaghattapura police in Ramanagaram district exhumed the remains of Cheluvaraju's body buried near the water pipeline at Gantakandoddi, an isolated place. Ramanagaram DySP Devaraj said he was murdered on May 2. The remains have been sent for post mortem and forensic analysis.

Cheluvaraju, of Karikaldoddi near Harohalli, had married Nagaveni, 23, and they have two children. They lived in a rented house in Nittagere.

Cheluvaraju started drinking regularly and Nagaveni entered into an illicit relationship with Shivakumar, who had a laundry near Konanakunte.
On learning about the affair, Cheluvaraju started beating his wife. On May 2, Nagaveni got Cheluvaraju so drunk that he became unconscious. Then Shivakumar, along with his friends Venugopal, Mahalinga and Sridhar, strangled him.


In Intimate partner murders, women commit seven murders for every ten committed by men. (Wilson and Daly)
Dr. Robi Ludwig teams up with journalist Matt Birkbeck to examine the causes and implications of marital homicide. They book explores the "underlying darkness inherent in so many marriages" and offer in-depth descriptions of the 10 personality characteristics that may lead to killer spouses. Each chapter begins with a brief overview of the murder personal hallmarks before delving into "case studies." Their thesis is "most of us, whether we admit it or not, sometimes have violent, even homicidal thoughts toward our spouse."

Every day six people in the United States are murdered by spouses or intimate partners. Society is captivated and startled by stories of these killers, leading people to wonder how seemingly normal and happy people manage to go over the edge.

In Till Death Do Us Part, noted psychotherapist Dr. Robi Ludwig, along with journalist Matt Birkbeck, presents the psychological profiles of notorious killer spouses -- from Scott Peterson and Clara Harris to Rabbi Fred Neulander and Betty Broderick. Dr. Ludwig reveals the ten killer personality types and defines them in detail with examples from high-profile cases and in-depth analyses of the motivations behind the murders.

Gripping and insightful, Till Death Do Us Part explores a phenomenon that many spouses can't help but think about -- shedding light on the very notion of "happily ever after."

1. The betrayal/abandonment killer
2. The control killer
3. The sociopathic killer
4. The black widow/profit killer
5. The narcissistic killer
6. The temper tantrum killer
7. The transference killer
8. The revenge killer
9. The pregnancy killer
10. The caregiver killer

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