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>> 20 year old Cosmo DiNardo has confessed to being involved in the killings of four men missing for days in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. His attorney making the announcement.>> He confessed to his participation or commission in the murders of the four young men. In exchange for that confession, Mr. DiNardo was promised by the District Attorney that he will spare his life by not invoking the death penalty.
>> The four men, 19 year olds Jimmy Patrick and Dean Finocchiaro, 21 year old Thomas Meo and 22 year old Mark Sturgis had been missing since last week. On Wednesday, Finocchiaro's body along with the remains of others not yet identified, were found on DiNardo Family's 90-acre farm in Solebury, Pennsylvania.
The remains were found in a 12-foot grave. DiNardo was rearrested Wednesday accused of stealing Meo's car and trying to sell it for $500. DiNardo's attorney did not say how or why his client played a part in the murders as the investigation continues.