Cosmo DiNardo, Father of Four, Gets Four Consecutive Life Sentences
Cosmo DiNardo’s case was supposed to bring closure on the Solebury quadruple killings. The cousin murderers were expected to agree to plea deals in exchange for their convictions. Instead, the four men known as the Lost Boys in Bucks County were found guilty of a number of crimes. After pleading guilty on four counts of first-degree killing, Cosmo DiNardo was sentenced to four consecutive lives sentences.
After pleading guilty to murdering four men in 2017, Cosmo DiNardo received four consecutive life sentences for his crimes. Jimi T. Patrick was one of the victims he murdered. Cosmo DiNardo’s family claimed that Cosmo’s parents failed to protect him due to their access to firearms, mental disorders, and other resources. They also claimed that Cosmo was a violent criminal and that they were unable to prevent his death.
Last May, Cosmo went off his meds again. Cosmo went wild when he was placed in solitary confinement. He covered his cell’s windows with a towel after being put there. Corrections officers stormed his cell and discovered a broken nose, injured jaw, and probable concussion. Cosmo’s father was being tried in Doylestown, Pennsylvania. The DiNardos family had to make a difficult choice.
At a young age, Cosmo DiNardo was a likable, polite teenager who always offered his help to people. He would even pick up the groceries of strangers and walk them to their cars. It was this type of behavior that made him a favorite among his peers. In addition to this, his mother was very happy when he saw her son with his mom and father in public. And the same was true of Cosmo’s parents.
Although his parents and his siblings tried their best to support Cosmo, they were unable to stop him from hurting others and hurting himself. The records showed that Cosmo was on and off meds, and that he was angry with his father for his philandering ways. Sandra, Cosmo’s mother, tried to get help from ten psychiatrists and eight mental hospitals, but none of them were able to bring her son to the right place. As a result, Sandra sought answers in the form of alternative explanations.
It’s not clear how Cosmo diNardo got so close to the law. However, his parents were charged with enabling him to do the crimes. Cosmo was involuntarily taken to psychiatric care when the police officer discovered a 20-gauge shotgun. The family did not send Cosmo to jail despite the legal charges. Because of faulty paperwork, the judge dismissed all charges.
DiNardo is a notorious serial murderer. He is the man who slain Patrick Finocchiaro. He also lured Meo, Finocchiaro, Sturgis, and Meo. He is a well-known figure in the world of gangs and sex, and has a history of killing young men. Sadly, DiNardo will serve four life sentences for these crimes. And he should be ashamed of himself.