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DOYLESTOWN, Pa. (AP) — Two cousins accused of killing together could find themselves pitted against one another in court after one took a plea deal Wednesday and the other rejected one in the gruesome deaths of four young men found buried last summer on a suburban Philadelphia farm.
Prosecutors vowed to seek the death penalty against Sean Kratz after the 21-year-old stunned prosecutors, victims’ families and even his own lawyer in turning down an offer that would have put him in prison for at least 59 years.
The article goes on to state the following:
Cosmo DiNardo, 21, the cousin who earlier in the day pleaded guilty to four counts of murder in exchange for a life sentence, could be forced to testify at Kratz’s trial, District Attorney Matthew Weintraub said.
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