In the Twitter video below, Cosmo Dinardo is asked by a reporter why he killed four young men who were reported missing last week and what did he have to say to the families.
Cosmo’s response: “I’m sorry.”
Well, I’m glad that’s wrapped up. Cosmo is sorry. That makes it all nice in the eyes of liberals.
BUCKS COUNTY, Pa. (CBS) — An attorney for the person of interest in the missing men case says his client has confessed to the murders.
Attorney Paul Lang says Cosmo DiNardo confessed to killing Jimi Patrick, Tom Meo, Dean Finocchiaro and Mark Sturgis. Lang added that DiNardo told authorities where their bodies are located.
DiNardo apologized after walking out of the courthouse in handcuffs.
Bucks County District Attorney Matt Weintraub announced during a midnight press conference that Finocchiaro’s body was discovered in a 12-foot-deep common grave that also contained other human remains on the DiNardo family property in Solebury Township.
Weintraub still has not called DiNardo a suspect, but Finocchiaro’s death has been ruled a homicide.
Investigators continued to focus on a spot identified by cadaver dogs.
At this point, the three other young men who disappeared last week, Jimi Patrick, Tom Meo and Mark Sturgis are still considered missing.
Weintraub says investigators have not yet identified the other remains found in the deep grave.
Cosmo’s defense is shaping up early, I believe. CBS Local Philly reports that a friend of Cosmo says that he was normal until last year, when he was in an All-Terrain Vehicle (ATV) accident. That accident allegedly left him with injuries to the frontal lobe of his brain, that part of the brain which exercises self-control.
The trial, if there is one, will be one of the most watched in recent history. The senselessness of the murders, the number of dead, and the hiding of the bodies so diabolically guarantees it.