Robert Mongeluzzi Represents Victim of Confessed Killer Cosmo DiNardo

At a news conference, Bob Mongeluzzi, lawyer for the family of 21-year-old Tom Meo, said the families asked them to advocate for keeping guns out of the hands of people with mental illness.

Mentally disturbed citizens and guns do not mix.

Robert J. Mongeluzzi

Mongeluzzi said DiNardo’s parents involuntarily committed their son to a mental institution one year before murders. According to the lawsuit, DiNardo was also banned from his former high school and Arcadia University, and had more than 25 run-ins with local police, including weapons charges.

There is no greater loss than a parent whose child has been taken from them especially in such tragic and horrific circumstances. They want to know what happened. They want to know how Cosmo DiNardo had access to these weapons and how this was able to occur.

Robert J. Mongeluzzi

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