DOYLESTOWN, Pa. - The courtroom was packed again Friday for the third day of the trial for Sean Kratz.
He's accused of being an accomplice to his cousin in the brutal killings of three men in Bucks County.
Jurors got a deeper look into Kratz's mind Friday morning as prosecutors played hours of video of his interrogation with police.
In the tape, you hear Kratz say, "I hate to testify against a family member but what he did is foul," talking about his cousin, Cosmo DiNardo, who took a plea deal last year for the murders of Dean Finocchiaro, Thomas Meo, Mark Sturgis and Jimi Taro Patrick. Kratz is charged with first-degree murder in the deaths of Finocchiaro, Meo and Sturgis.
In the video, Kratz went on to question why he would ever have reason to kill the three men, saying he "had no relationship with them, never met them and never talked to them."
But detectives weren't having it, claiming his story of that night wasn't matching up with what evidence shows.
It was when police left the room that Kratz hunched over in his chair, crying out to himself, "What a sick monster. I hate him so much. He ruined my life... I'd never hurt anybody."
Kratz could face the death penalty if convicted. Both he and DiNardo are expected to testify during trial.