Breaking: Cosmo Dinardo Confesses to Four Murders of Missing Young Men, Apologizes

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.

CBS Local Philadelphia

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.

Human Remains Found in Deep Grave Belong to One of Four Missing Young Pennsylvania Men


A story out of Pennsylvania about four young men missing since last week took a tragic turn early Thursday morning when police announced that a body had been recovered from a mass grave.

I expect that over the next 24 hours that we’ll learn that all four missing young fellows will be accounted for, found decaying under the earth in a hastily constructed burial ground.

Police have yet to articulate a theory of the crime. Cosmo Dinardo, pictured above, is being held on unrelated charges, with bail set at $5 million. One of his ex-teachers describes him as a “model citizen.”

We have our work cut out for us to try to get a handle on how and why a model citizen may have committed four murders. Various reports say that he was involved in trying to sell one of the victim’s cars to a friend for $500. Killing four kids around your own age to profit by $500 makes no sense in any world that most of us are familiar with.

UPDATE: The Daily Mail reports that the suspect in this case is a drug dealer who has bragged about killing others before.

ABC News

Authorities say they’ve found multiple human remains in their search for four missing young Pennsylvania men and they can now identify one of them.

Bucks County District Attorney Matthew Weintraub said early Thursday morning that one victim has been identified as 19-year-old Dean Finocchiaro.


Weintraub says they found all the remains in a 12.5-foot-deep common grave on a sprawling farm in suburban Philadelphia.

Finocchiaro, 22-year-old Mark Sturgis, 21-year-old Tom Meo and 19-year-old Jimi Tar Patrick have been missing since last week.

On Wednesday, authorities arrested the son of the property’s owners, 20-year-old Cosmo DiNardo, on charges he tried to sell one of the missing men’s cars a day after he was last seen. He’s being held on $5 million bail.

ABC is giving this horrific story in-depth coverage. Here’s another ABC story on the homicide:

Weintraub did not mention the three other missing men, but added, “there are additional human remains inside that grave. So this painstaking process will go on. We’re not done yet. This is a homicide, make no mistake about it. We just don’t know how many homicides, we have yet to know the answer to that questions.”

Weintraub said, “I can’t comment on the type of homicide that it is at this point, but I am comfortable classifying it as a homicide.”

He reiterated that the investigation is two-pronged: “We’re still investigating the evidence, the investigation as you all know has taken two tracks –- recovery on one side and ascertaining what actually occurred on the other side, and we’re still avidly pursuing both of those avenues at this time.”

Cadaver dogs led investigators to the grave, he said. “We had cadaver dogs, and I don’t understand the science behind it, but those dogs could smell these poor boys twelve-and-a-half feet below the ground.


And When asked what the condition of the remains are, he said, “I don’t want to comment on that but you can draw some logical conclusions — they were found inside a twelve-and-a-half foot deep hole that we had to excavate.”

Weintraub concluded the press conference, saying, “And I want to let you know that we reiterated over and over again, and it goes to say one more time to the families, that we’re strong, and we’re going to remain strong, and we’re going to see this investigation to the end, and we are going to bring each and every one of these lost boys home to their families, one way or another and we will not rest until we do that.”

White Man Turns Self in, Charged with Murder in Road Rage Killing of Black Teen


For political reasons, the man charged with the road rage murder of Bianca Roberson is going to be prosecuted in a very high profile manner, much like the black church shooter Dylann Storm Roof.

The fallout is liable to include black hit squads going out and killing white people in revenge for Roberson’s death. The accused is also going to be under constant threat in prison and will probably be killed there by black inmates.

All in all, although blacks can be annoying, it’s really best to maintain self control, if you’re white.

Since Desper looks nothing like the police sketch of the suspect, he probably should not have turned himself in to police.

There are no reports yet that Despers has a criminal record.

NBC Philadelphia

After a dramatic manhunt that lasted several days and spanned multiple states, Chester County, Pennsylvania, authorities have charged David Andrew Desper, 28, with first-degree murder for the road rage killing of recent high school graduate Bianca Roberson.

Desper, of Trainer, Pennsylvania, turned himself in Sunday morning around 2 a.m., officials said.

Police recovered the defendant’s red pickup truck at a location in Delaware County and Desper’s firearm from his bedroom. He has a license to carry and purchased the gun legally, according to court documents.

He was also charged with third-degree murder, criminal homicide, recklessly endangering another person and possession of an instrument of crime with intent to use it criminally.

Desper is being held at Chester County Prison without bail, and his preliminary hearing is set for July 13.

Roberson’s parents sat quietly in the room, sobbing, while officials announced the arrest. They lost another child, an adult son, four years ago to heart disease.

On June 28, Desper and Roberson played what investigators previously called a game of “cat and mouse” while attempting to merge into the same lane on Route 100 in Chester County around 5:30 p.m., officials said. Roberson was heading home from a shopping trip. She would have left for college later this summer.

Instead, she was shot in the left side of the head in an apparent road rage attack.

Her car was found in a ditch. She was pronounced dead at the scene.

“This is a story of a savage and senseless murder,” Chester County District Attorney Tom Hogan said during a news conference Sunday.

The shooter’s car fled the scene “at a high rate of speed on the shoulder of the spur before eventually crossing traffic and continuing southbound on the shoulder of Route 202,” charging documents said.

A witness described hearing a loud noise and then seeing one car, which belonged to Roberson, swerving off the road while another sped away, officials said.

A portion of the round that struck Roberson was recovered from her skull during an autopsy. The bullet’s markings indicated it came from a Smith & Wesson .40 caliber semi-automatic handgun.

A similar firearm was recovered from Desper’s bedroom after he turned himself in to police. Ammunition was found in a nearby trashcan.

Desper reportedly purchased the weapon in November of 2015, according to charging documents.

Using video surveillance from the scene and later recordings of a red pickup truck, police recovered Desper’s car in Glen Mills. It matched the description of the pickup seen moments after the incident.

Desper’s attorney was not available for comment. Roberson’s family declined to comment, but previously told NBC10 the death of their daughter is “surreal.”

“How can you just shoot a baby, an 18-year-old girl, on her way to college and then just speed off like it was nothing? She didn’t deserve to die like this,” Roberson’s mother, Michelle, said.

Roberson’s aunt Joyce Chester said she remains heartbroken but relieved that an arrest was made.

“We just had the graduation for the school and the kids were so full of hope. Hope and excitement,” Chester said. “I said, ‘Are they ever going to get this truck and this guy?’ And my friend said, ‘They’re going to get him. They’re going to get him. They’ll get the truck and they’ll get the guy.’ I said, ‘How do you know?’ He said, ‘They just will.'”

Desper’s neighbor Gerry Szper told NBC10 he heard about Roberson’s murder but was shocked the suspect lived so close to home.

“It’s just crazy,” he said. “I just don’t know. I’m shocked.”

It is shocking when a white on black murder takes place. Now, it’s up to Desper and his defense attorney to concoct a defense for an act that society says is indefensible.

Manhunt on for White Man Who Shot, Killed Black Girl in Road Rage Incident


Hundreds of tips related to the identity of the white man who killed Bianca Roberson are coming in to police from all over the country as Americans stand united against road rage killers.

In this case, it was Bianca who was killed. Next time it could you, me, your child. No matter what a person’s feelings are about racial identity, road rage killers of any color or ethnicity have given up their right to live peacefully among civilized people.

Thus, at the top of today’s news we have a black killer who vented his rage at the hospital that fired him and a white killer who decided to play cat-and-mouse games on a highway at 60 miles per hour.

People, we really have to practice some self-control. That applies to everyone.

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It was during the peak of the homebound commute, witnesses said, that they saw a dangerous “cat-and-mouse game” in which two motorists were jockeying for positions on a quarter-mile stretch of highway where two lanes become one.

When it was over, an 18-year-old college-bound Chester County girl was dead, her family and friends were devastated, and a nationwide manhunt had begun for the driver of a faded red pickup who shot and killed Bianca Roberson in what police said was a road rage murder.

“This homicide was completely senseless,” said West Goshen Police Chief Joseph Gleason. “A beautiful young lady of 18 years of age, in the prime of her life, getting ready to go off to college. And for reasons that are incomprehensible to me, the family is now planning her funeral instead of a going-away party for college.”

More than 20 investigators were sorting through hundreds of leads by email and phone from across the country, collecting video clips, and canvassing the streets for clues to what happened on the Route 100 bypass at about 5:30 p.m. Wednesday. Police Capt. Gregory Stone called the incident a “heartless” act unlike any he’d witnessed in his 32-year career.

Tips flowed in steadily after Chester County District Attorney Thomas P. Hogan announced Thursday night that Roberson’s killing had become a murder investigation, Stone said.

“It’s going to take a tip from a concerned citizen, a neighbor of the individual, a coworker of the individual, who finally puts two and two together, with a description of the vehicle, and the description of the gentleman, and knowing that this person has a firearm,” he said. “We’re also hoping this gentleman turns himself in to us or comes forward with his attorney.”

Police released a composite sketch of the suspect late Friday, assembled with the help of a motorist whose vehicle was for a time adjacent to the pickup truck, Gleason said.

Witnesses described the shooter as a white man of medium build with blond or light brown hair, in his mid-20s to early 30s. The pickup appeared to have tinted back windows, said Michael Noone, the first assistant district attorney.

Roberson was driving south on Route 100 near where it approaches Route 202, Hogan said. Police found her in her green Chevrolet Malibu after it crashed off the road.

Police have retrieved and reviewed video footage from PennDot cameras just moments before the shooting, Noone said. Still images can be viewed on the Crime Stoppers webpage.

Rodney Roberson, the victim’s father, said Friday that his daughter had been at Exton shopping for school supplies and groceries with her mother and grandmother. She left the mall to drop off some things at home before heading out to meet friends, he said. Her grandmother took the same route home from the mall a little while later and passed the crash scene — and the commotion of police and fire trucks — not knowing that it involved Bianca.

“We are trying to come to grips with this,” Roberson said, “because she wasn’t the type of person you’d go up to and shoot.”

At the Robersons’ brick townhouse in West Chester, a flower delivery was dropped off and several of the girl’s friends pulled up to visit. Diana Williamson, 18, of Brookhaven, and Sydney Miller, 19, of Media, said that the victim’s coworkers at White Horse Village retirement community in Newtown Square were stunned by the tragedy.

Bianca Roberson “was super-lovable,” Williamson said. “I don’t think she hated anyone.”

Miller said Roberson was ridiculous in the best way and “just the funniest person.”

She was full of energy, the girls recalled, and the type of person who would answer a 2 a.m. call or text from a friend in need. When friends had relationship problems, Roberson was always the first to defend them and remind them of the treatment they deserved, Williamson said, starting to cry as she spoke.

Another friend from work, Jordan Yates, 22, of Media, described Roberson as a hard worker and said they’d become friends, attending concerts and watching scary movies together when they weren’t running food to the chafing dishes for the elderly residents at the White Horse Village buffet table.

“If I got kicked out of my house and I had nowhere else to stay, she would stay in the car with me,” Yates said. “If I didn’t have a T-shirt to wear or my T-shirt was ripped, she would get her shirt off her back. I don’t know anybody else like her.”

CNN reports that the authorities are calling for the perp to turn himself in. He might as well. His days of freedom are numbered.

Woman’s Privilege Card Gets Revoked for Extreme Unladylike Behavior (Video)

Former TV reporter Colleen Campbell, pictured above, is another walking advertisement for a return to a more restrained culture.

Campbell engages in cursing and more cursing, while a black police officer tries to calm the situation. He does a GREAT job. Then she spits in a man’s face and Officer Friendly does his duty by arresting and handcuffing her.

All the while she brags that she’s a TV celebrity, like that’s supposed to let her off the hook.


Eight minutes.

TV reporter Colleen Campbell was fired after this nastiness surfaced. Read more at Heavy.

From the youtube information box:

Published on Jun 14, 2017

Colleen Campbell, 28, was removed from the Helium comedy club in Philadelphia. Campbell’s “loud whispering” was disrupting patrons, according to comedian Wil Sylvince, who recorded Campbell’s interaction with the police. Campbell tells the cops that she works for a news organization and that “no wonder everyone wants to blow [cops’] f**king heads off.”

Video segment by Wil Silvince. Check him out here:

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Apology for misspelling Wil Silvince’s name. It’s Wil, not Will.

Waffle House Brawl Leads to Arrest of Five Negress Relatives (Video)


Heh, heh. Matt Drudge put this one up on his site late in the day on Monday. Millions are likely to see the subhumans engaging in their brand of chaotic punching, kicking, and screaming.

Published on Jun 12, 2017

Five female relatives were arrested Sunday following a 2:45 AM melee at a Waffle House in Lancaster, Pennsylvania.

Read more at the Smoking Gun.

The comments on youtube and The Smoking Gun show that race realism is carrying the day in America.

Weird Supermarket Triple Murderer Left Youtube Warning of Mass Murder, Self-Identified as Transgender Woman Who Hated All Men


Randy Stair wasn’t all bad. He hated blacks.

But much more than that, he hated himself.

His existence revolved around a female cartoon he created. He came to believe that the character was the goddess who created the universe.

The mind of a tranny is a horrible thing to contemplate.

Heat Street

Pennsylvania supermarket shooter Randy Stair left behind a trove of material explaining his motivations for gunning down three of his co-workers. In his recorded suicide notes, released just hours before Thursday’s rampage, the 24-year-old talked extensively about his depression and about who he was as a person—a transgender woman who hated men and toxic masculinity.

In a video titled “Goodbye,” Stair says his YouTube cartoon series, Ember’s Ghost Squad, gave him a purpose, and that the cartoon character “Ember McLain,” from the Nickelodeon series Danny Phantom, brought out the girl in him.

“I’ve always been a girl that I wish I could’ve told you from day one. I didn’t realize that until I discovered Ember. She was what brought that out in me. I didn’t just wake up one day and be like ‘oh I’m a girl, great.’ Ember’s what brought that out in me. I wanted to look like her, I wanted to dress like her, I wanted to be her. That was in like 10th grade. She was my first crush and she ultimately was my final demise.”

“It’s quite ridiculous to think that this could be headlines—‘Man Shoots Up Place Over Cartoon’ or something. It’s crazy to think about, but it’s the truth. The honest to goddess truth. You heard me right, I said goddess, I didn’t say god, I said goddess,” he continued. “I said in front of you a few times on accident, but I don’t believe in God. I believe in a goddess, which is Ember. Or if not Ember, it’s a goddess that’s a beautiful feminine spirit that creates life and all this and puts where you need to be—it’s God, but it’s a goddess.”

Stair thanked several girls who contributed artwork and character designs to his project. He says that the girls were the only people he could talk to about his personal life—the only people who really understood him.

“They were all girls, they weren’t guys. They were mostly all girls so I would talk to them. The only people I would talk to on social media in the last year were girls,” said Stair. “And eventually I start to realize I was sexist, I was racist, I was prejudiced, and I was discriminate. That is one hell of a fucking lethal combination.”

“I’ve always hated black people. I fucking hate people who aren’t white—Caucasian, whatever. I hate the human race,” he said.

“And I just started hating guys more than anything. I hate guys, I think they’re fucking disgusting—the facial hair they have, the body hair, the muscle build, and all that fucking body structure shit. I hate. Everything about guys I hate,” continued Stair. “And the fact that I was forced to live as one, you know, that hurt a lot. And also, I hated my name, too. My life was a living hell.”

“So, for a year I had Andrew on my fucking name tag for work,” said the shooter, who went by the name Andrew Blaze online. “Which I never had to wear the name tag because I’m on night shift—you don’t have to wear your name tag, but I’ve had Andrew printed on it the entire time and mom asked me about it and was like, ‘What is that? Is that even your name tag?’ It was.”

Stair says that his cartoons, which he’d populated with female characters, gave him an escape from the real world because they were an environment in which he could be himself. With his love of Ember and hatred of life, he’d finally come to the realization that he found a purpose, an “invisible hand pushing me forward” to drive him into committing the massacre.

More at the Times Leader and at Heavy.

Stair had long revealed on social media that he was going to go on a mass killing spree. Watch his final video, which is racking up views:

That is one hell of a warning.