The families of four Pennsylvania men who were shot and buried in a farmyard have settled a wrongful death lawsuit

The families of four Pennsylvania men who were shot, killed and buried by Cosmo DiNardo on his family's farm have settled a wrongful death suit against the perpetrator and his parents.

The families of the four young men who were killed and buried in a Pennsylvania farm settled their lawsuits for wrongful death against the man confessing to the killings, and his parents.



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Cosmo DiNardo admitted to luring four men aged 19 to 22 years old to his family’s farm, in July 2017, by telling them he would be selling marijuana. He then murdered them, and buried their bodies on the farm. He is serving four consecutive lifetime sentences.

The families who lost four men who were killed and buried in a Pennsylvania farm settled a lawsuit for wrongful death against the perpetrator’s parents and the perpetrator.

In the lawsuits, it was alleged that DiNardo’s parents, Sandra DiNardo and Antonio DiNardo should have prevented him from accessing guns, as he had been barred from owning firearms because of an involuntary admission to a mental facility.



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Citing court documents, the Philadelphia Inquirer stated Thursday that agreements were reached in early this month.



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Jeffrey Ogren’s, the attorney for the DiNardo Family, declined to comment on Thursday, citing the confidentiality of the settlements.

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