January 21, 2020
Indians are geniuses, as we know from the eyewitness testimony of the situation-monitor-in-chief.
But sometimes, genius goes wrong.
Three teenagers were killed and three others were injured after a driver intentionally used his vehicle to ram their car, sending it into a tree off a Southern California road, authorities said Monday.
The man, Anurag Chandra, 42, faces multiple counts of murder and assault with a deadly weapon, Riverside County jail records show. He is being held without bail.
The incident occurred about 10:30 p.m. Sunday in Temescal Valley, southeast of Los Angeles, state and local fire agencies said in a statement.
One person was pronounced dead at the scene, the statement said. The others were taken to a hospital, where two died later.
“The investigation has now changed from a hit-run collision to homicide,” California Highway Patrol Lt. David Yokley said.
Yokley said Monday that investigators believe Chandra intentionally struck the teens’ Toyota Prius with his car, which caused the driver to lose control and strike a tree. Chandra then fled, he said.
Yokley did not disclose a motive.
His motive was probably that he was such a genius he had a John Nash style breakdown and thought they were working for the CIA in a conspiracy against him.
A beautiful mind indeed, Anurag Chandra.
A beautiful mind to match your beautiful face, of which no doubt many a woman will forever long to caress.
But you flew too close to the sun, my genius, and you got burned by the heat.