Bianca Devins' Murder
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Bianca Devins' Murder refers to the murder of 17-year-old Bianca Michelle Devins, known on Instagram by the handle @escty, who was allegedly killed by Brandon Clark in Utica, New York in mid-July 2019. After slitting her throat, Clark, known on Instagram as @yesjuliet, posted several photographs of Devins' body on social media according to authorities.
On July 14th, 2019, the Syracuse, New York news station News Channel 9 reported that police were investigating a homicide in East Utica, where a young female was discovered dead along with a "suicidal" young man who claimed "he had killed his girlfriend and was going to harm himself with a knife." According to authorities, Clark began repeatedly stabbing himself in the neck with a knife as officers approached him. That day, the news channel WKTV aired an interview with a police officer near the crime scene (shown below).
That afternoon, Devins' sister submitted a post to Instagram as a tribute to her sister's memory (shown below).
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I hate that I have to write this. I hate knowing you’re not going to ever come back home. You were the best sister anyone could’ve ever asked for. Thank you for always being there for me. Thank you for being the best sister I could ever imagine .Thank you for always protecting me and sticking up for me. I am going to do this for you. Every day I’m going to do my best and I’m going to get through this thing called life and do it all for you. Rest easy, I love you so much forever and always .
On July 15th, Twitter user @stillgray posted a thread about the murder, stating that Devins had been murdered by a stalker met on Discord (shown below). That day, Clark's Instagram profile was taken offline.
To reiterate: contrary to what Keemstar just posted, identfiying him as "some guys cut off his GFs head off on IG live!" the guy was not Bianca's boyfriend. He was some incel omega orbiter from her Discord who tracked her down to a small concert she went to.— Ian Miles Cheong (@stillgray) July 15, 2019
Also on July 15th, Ebaum's World published an article titled "E-Girl Bianca Michelle Devins Was Murdered By Her Incel Orbiter." Meanwhile, a Change.org  petition titled "Make Brandon Clark face the Death penalty" was launched (shown below). The same day, a Kiwi Farms thread about the incident was created, which identified Devins as the 4chan user "Oxychan".
Also on July 15th, Twitter user @bebestgf posted several tweets claiming to be a friend of Devins, stating that Devins was not beheaded and that the killer was a real-life friend, not a stranger she met online (shown below).
News Media Coverage
On July 15th, 2019, The New York Times published an article titled "#RIPBianca: How a Teenager’s Brutal Murder Ended Up on Instagram." The article contained a statement from Devins' family, which described the deceased teenager as "a talented artist" who would "always be remembered as our Princess." Additionally, the article reported that authorities stated that Devins and Clark planned to attend a concert in New York City and had an argument at the concert venue prior to Devins' murder.
 Ebaum's World – E-Girl Bianca Michelle Devins Was Murdered By Her Incel Orbiter
 Change.org – Make Brandon Clark Face the Death Penalty
 LocalSYR (via Wayback Machine) – Homicide near Boilermaker start line delays race; police investigating (restricted)
 Kiwi Farms – 4chan /r9k/ poster kills fembot
 Instagram (via Wayback Machine) – yesjuliet
 NYTimes – #RIPBianca: How a Teenagers Brutal Murder Ended Up on Instagram
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