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Pennsylvania Distributism In Action: Farmer/Hunter Cosmo DiNardo Murdered Four Boys & Buried Them In A Pit On His Farm

One of four missing young men is identified from body parts found in 12.5ft-deep concrete pit at $5m farm where 'drug-dealing schizophrenic who has bragged about killing people in the past' was arrested

Authorities in Pennsylvania have found human remains of multiple bodies in a 12-and-a-half foot common grave on a sprawling tract of farmland, it was announced late Wednesday. The search of the Solebury, Pennsylvania, farm, belonging to the family of 20-year-old Cosmo DiNardo, was prompted after four young men went missing in a span of three days last week. The four men were identified as Dean A. Finocchiaro, 19, of Middletown, Pennsylvania, Jimi Tar Patrick, 19, Mark Sturgis, 22, and Tom Meo, 21. DiNardo was arrested on Wednesday on charges of trying to sell one of the men's vehicles, which was also found in Solebury. Daily Mail >>>>>>>


DiNardo Gun Nut:

Speaking to the Trentonian, a neighbor of the DiNardo family in Bensalem described the arrested man as “pretty nutty.” That neighbor said, “He used to walk around her in camouflage with a gun hunting squirrels. He’s a scary kid.” Photos on DiNardo’s now-deleted Instagram page show him to be an avid hunter while Facebook photos show him deep sea fishing. Heavy Read More>>>>>>


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I Got Me Matches & Gas Lets Go Out Back & Have Some Fun....
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