The man charged with killing four men found buried on his family's Bucks County farm over the summer could still get the death penalty. Cosmo DiNardo admitted to killing the men in July. His lawyer said he confessed as part of an agreement with prosecutors not to seek the death penalty. The Bucks County DA says it filed a "notice of aggravating circumstances" reserving the right to seek the death penalty in case DiNardo stops cooperating.
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