By CBS3 Staff

DOYLESTOWN, Pa. (CBS) — Testimony resumes Thursday morning in the trial of Sean Kratz. Kratz is accused in the murders of three men on Cosmo DiNardo’s Bucks County farm.

He is expected to testify in his own defense.

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In yesterday’s opening arguments in Doylestown, the defense said Kratz has a low IQ and was manipulated by his cousin to carry out the murders in Solebury Township in 2017.

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Authorities say Kratz initially confessed and pleaded guilty but then withdrew the plea.

Prosecutors are calling for the death penalty.

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Dinardo is serving a life sentence after his guilty plea.