Second man charged in Pennsylvania murders

Twenty-year-olds Sean Kratz and Cosmo DiNardo are both charged in connection to the killings of four men who were missing for days, and to burying their bodies on a Bucks County farm. Jillian Kitchener reports.

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Twenty-year-old Sean Kratz has been charged, along with Cosmo DiNardo, in the deaths of four young men in Bucks County, Pennsylvania.
Kratz is accused of murder in three of the deaths, DiNardo in all four – 22-year-old Mark Sturgis, 19-year-old Jimi Patrick, 21-year-old Tom Meo and 19-year-old Dean Finocchiaro — then burying their bodies in a ‘common grave’ at a sprawling farm owned by his family
(SOUNDBITE) BUCKS COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY MATT WEINTRAUB, SAYING:
“Sean Kratz has been charged with the murders of Mr. Finocchiaro, Mr. Meo and Mr. Sturgis. They’ve also been charged with robbery, abuse of corpse, possession of instrument of crime and conspiracy to commit all of those acts. With the exception of what has been done to Mr. Patrick. Cosmo DiNardo, we allege, is responsible for those actions alone.”
The DA says that by sparing DiNardo the death penalty, authorities were able to locate the body of Patrick, buried more than a quarter of a mile away from the others.
(SOUNDBITE) BUCKS COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY MATT WEINTRAUB, SAYING:
“And I can tell you, for I’ve been there, we’d still be looking for Jimmy Patrick had we not made this agreement.”
Authorities say the men were all shot after meeting with DiNardo, reportedly over drug deals.
Then Weintraub says, DiNardo went a step further.
(SOUNDBITE) BUCKS COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY MATT WIENTRAUB, SAYING:
“I’m not a forensic expert, but I think if you read the…

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