The man who allegedly confessed to killing seven women in northwest Indiana has refused to respond to the judge during his initial court appearance Wednesday, prompting her to postpone it and to warn him he'd spend “the rest of his life in jail” unless he cooperates. When the judge asked Darren Vann if he swore to tell the truth at his initial court appearance in the strangulation death of 19-year-old Afrikka Hardy, he didn't respond or flinch. The judge ordered his public defender to make Vann speak and he still refused. Vann is charged with the murder of one of the victims, though more murder chargs are expected. Investigators in Indiana and Texas, where he has also lived and served time in prison, continue to pour over over cold case files and missing person reports to determine if there are more victims.