Published: Wed, July 17, 2019
Global Media | By Garry Long

Killer Posts Pic of Teen's Corpse to Instagram

Killer Posts Pic of Teen's Corpse to Instagram

As news of the attack reached the press, hysteria ensued and a variety of conflicting stories began to surface.

Bianca Devins was reportedly murdered with her body controversially shared on social media.

Devins and Clark met on Instagram about two months ago, which turned into a "personally intimate" relationship, according to the statement. "They are children." Brandon's connection with Bianca is uncertain, some say he stalked her after a concert while others say they were in a relationship. "They had spent time together, and were acquainted with each other's families".

Police are investigating after Bianca Devins, a recent high school graduate who cultivated an online following on the gamer messaging app Discord, was killed over the weekend.

Bianca Devins" sister wrote on Instagram: "It wasn't just an "internet boyfriend' this was a close family friend whom we've met and trusted so much".

Clark and Devins went to a concert Saturday in New York City, about four hours south of Utica.

Instagram appears to have curtailed the spread of the Utica photo on the social network, though it's still available on some fringe messaging boards and on the photo-sharing site.

Clark then called 911 himself and made incriminating statements with respect to the homicide.

To drown out any images of Devins' body, Instagram users have been tagging the teen in photos of pink clouds, puppies, flowers and joyful cartoons.

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Bianca Devins had her throat slit by Brandon Clark, 21, who then posted the image with the caption "I'm sorry Bianca" to Instagram, which has been criticized for failing to remove it for nearly a day. "It's redemption, right?" and also changed the bio on his page to read "10/06/1997 - 7/14/19".

"I learned about her murder when the attacker posted it to her Discord server", Chels told the Daily Dot via Twitter messages.

To "orbit" someone is to hover over their social media, watching and liking all their posts, despite them not being a part of your life.

"Yeah I'm aware of the 4chan link; a friend posted it but deleted it as to not bring more traffic to the photos", the original commenter replied. "Once that was established, the race was allowed to stay".

Most social media users are rightly disgusted by the murder and photos shared online, with some calling out the dangers of incels, while others urge people to understand how online abuse targeted at women can very easily turn into IRL violence.

According to police, Clark posted pictures of the girl's corpse online after he allegedly cut her throat, leading to images being widely circulated on platforms like Instagram, 4chan and Discord.

The Instagram post showed Clark with a slit throat. Thank you for being the best sister I could ever imagine. Thank you for always being there for me. After attempting to injure himself, police say Clark took selfies lying across the dead teenager before he was taken into custody. Images of the posts on that account suggested it was owned by Brandon Andrew Clark.

'Your prayers help to strengthen us through this hard time'.

"We are taking every measure to remove this content from our platforms", a Facebook spokesperson said in a statement.

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