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Cosmo DiNardo confesses to killing 4 Pa. men, including Dean Finocchiaro – Photos

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DOYLESTOWN, Pa. – If reports are to be believed, a 20-year old man has reportedly confessed to his involvement in killing four missing Bucks County youths. The remains of the one of the young man, 19-year old Dean Finocchiaro were discovered yesterday from a pit that was 12 feet deep.

Reports suggest that Cosmo DiNardo, 20, who was recently also arrested for possessing a gun that he was not expected to possess, and was rearrested later as a suspect in the four youth’s disappearance confessed to his crime. While authorities have yet to speak out anything on the issue, attorney Paul Lang said that the youth confessed to the commission or participation in four murders. The attorney also informed the court about the location of the bodies of the missing people.


His attorney told the media outside the court that his client had admitted that he killed them and agreed to plead guilty to four murder counts.

Despite saying that his client had accepted to the involvement in crime, his lawyer declined to say whether DiNardo killed the four men who went missing last week. A CNN report claims that “In exchange for DiNardo’s confession, Bucks County prosecutors promised not to seek the death penalty, Lang said. The Bucks County District Attorney’s Office did not respond Thursday to defense counsel statements; a briefing is scheduled for 11 a.m. Friday…Co-counsel Michael Parlow said DiNardo is cooperating with the investigation. “The family feels horrible. They are very upset for the families of these boys,” he told CNN.

The four youth’s sudden disappearance in Bucks County had shocked the entire population of the area. A massive hunt was on with people working along with the security agencies to try to locate the missing boys. Following the search and the investigation, DiNardo was apprehended earlier this week. His family owns the suburban Philadelphia property where human remains were found Wednesday in a 12-foot-deep common grave.

In all there were four missing people, all very young ranging between 19 to 22 year of age. The body identified early Thursday was that of 19-year-old Dean Finocchiaro. Other people who are said to be missing include 22-year-old Mark Sturgis, 21-year-old Tom Meo and 19-year-old Jimi Taro Patrick. Patrick, who was a year behind DiNardo at a Catholic high school for boys, was last seen on Wednesda

While coming out of the courthouse, a shackled DiNardo said, “I’m sorry”. Law enforcement officials say DiNardo suffers from schizophrenia. Till now FBI sleuths have not yet released a motive for the crime. But a CBS report claims that “a person with first-hand knowledge of DiNardo’s confession told the Associated Press the man killed them separately after selling them marijuana and then burned their bodies at his family’s farm…The person spoke to The Associated Press on the condition of anonymity because he wasn’t authorized to publicly discuss details of the case. The person says a co-conspirator was involved in three of the killings”.

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