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‘Disinterested’ Pennsylvania man confesses to murdering 4 other men in Philly suburbs

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Cosmo DiNardo, who authorities previously called a “person of interest” in the disappearance of four Pennsylvania men has now confessed to their murders.

It was recently released by the Philadelphia Inquirer that DiNardo exchanged text messages with friends about the men. He appeared to be disinterested in the disappearance of the men, the DailyMail reports.

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Each of the men, Jimi Patrick, 19, Tom Meo, 21, Mark Sturgis, 22, and Dean Finocchiaro, 19, were seen in Bucks County, Pennsylvania before their disappearance.

DiNardo was arrested Monday on a gun charge from February that had nothing to do with the disappearances. He allegedly possessed a shotgun and ammunition after being involuntarily committed to a mental institution. His father bailed him out of jail but he was arrested again that week after he allegedly stole a car. The bail was set higher as the prosecutor claimed the man was a danger to the community after being diagnosed with schizophrenia.


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Joe Biden demands Trump release transcript of phone call with Ukraine

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The whistleblower complaint against President Donald Trump allegedly involved a phone call with Ukraine where the president sought campaign dirt against former Vice President Joe Biden, according to reports in The Wall Street Journal and Washington Post and New York Times published on Friday.

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‘Psychedelic Nazi’ arrested on AK-47 charges attended ‘Unite the Right’ in Charlottesville: report

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Federal authorities in Virginia arrested a far-right political activist who had attended the deadly "Unite the Right" rally in Charlottesville during which Heather Heyer was murdered in 2017.

Andrew "Thomasberg was arrested at his home in McLean on Thursday, according to court filings, accused of possessing guns as a drug user and illegally buying an AK-47 in 2017 for that friend, who is cooperating with authorities," The Washington Post reported Friday.

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Bill de Blasio learned of federal investigation — and suspended his 2020 bid the next day: report

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New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio announced on MSNBC's "Morning Joe" on Friday that he was ending his campaign for the Democratic Party presidential nomination.

There may have been more to the timing than previously reported.

"Federal election officials asked Mayor de Blasio for more information about his presidential campaign fundraising after he used a state political action committee to pay for expenses related to the bid – seemingly against the law," the New York Daily News reported Friday. "The Federal Election Commission demanded that de Blasio 2020 clarify a debt the campaign owed his NY Fairness PAC in a letter Thursday – the day before Hizzoner dropped out of the race."

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