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Bianca Devins murder: Instagram under fire over shared images of dead teen's body
Bloody images of dead teen circulating on social media
Powered by WordPress. Others urged people to stop circulating the images, which had appeared in online chat sites including 4chan and Discord. I stand corrected. Not confirmed: Brandon possibly did not make it in surgery. On Monday, police identified the slain girl as Bianca Devins, of Utica, New York, and said that her alleged assailant, Brandon Clark, was being held on a second-degree murder charge.
She was a popular teen on Instagram. Gruesome photos of her dead body have spread across the Web.
A man suspected of murdering year-old Bianca Devins alerted police to the killing by posting photographs of her dead body on multiple social media platforms, police said. Now, Instagram is facing criticism from social media users for allegedly failing to swiftly remove the gruesome images. Instagram users took matters into their own hands by posting photos of pink clouds in Devins' honor to drown out the images of her untimely death, technology and business magazine Fast Company reported.
Bianca Devins, 17, was a popular figure on social media who met her suspected killer on Instagram, say police. The suspect, Brandon Clark, placed a call and then stabbed himself in the neck as officers moved in on him after he laid down atop her body, which was under on a green tarp on the ground outside of a parked SUV on a dead-end street in Utica, New York, police allege. She is now looking down on us, as she joins her cat, Belle, in heaven. She will always be remembered as our Princess. The tragedy fed the hashtag RIPBianca and fueled online outrage about the images that showed up and were shared on Discord, Instagram and other social media platforms.