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Travel New York man who posted photos of dead teen online pleads guilty to her murder

03:05  11 february  2020
03:05  11 february  2020 Source:   msn.com

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a woman taking a selfie: Image: Bianca Devins, 17, was allegedly killed by an Instagram influencer in Utica, New York.© Courtesy of the Devins Family Image: Bianca Devins, 17, was allegedly killed by an Instagram influencer in Utica, New York.

A New York man charged with killing a teenager last summer and posting photos of her body online pleaded guilty to second-degree murder on Monday.

Brandon Clark, 21, told an Oneida County Court judge that he thought every day about the "terrible things" he'd done to Bianca Devins, 17, on July 14, NBC affiliate WKTV reported.

"I've thought about Bianca and how she didn't deserve what happened to her," he said, according to the station.

Clark had initially pleaded not guilty to Devins' murder. The new guilty plea comes as part of an agreement with the district attorney's office dismissing a prison contraband charge against Clark for allegedly having a sharpened toothbrush while in custody, WKTV reports.

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The upstate New York man who slit the throat of a 17-year-old Instagram star Bianca Devins after she kissed another man at a concert last year and then posted images of the grisly killing online has pleaded guilty to second-degree murder . Brandon Clark, 21, of Cicero entered the guilty plea on

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Prosecutors in Oneida County, near Syracuse, said that Clark stabbed Devins to death after seeing her kiss another man hours earlier.

Afterwards, authorities said that Clark posted photos of her body on the messaging app Discord. He then called 911 and made "incriminating" statements about her killing, police have said.

When responding officers in the city of Utica found Clark lying on the ground next to an SUV, he began stabbing his own neck.

After injuring himself, he showed officers a green tarp with Devins' body underneath it, police have said.

Speaking Monday, prosecutor Sarah Demillier said she was "relieved" that jurors "don't have to see what Brandon did to Bianca," WKTV reported.

Devins' grandfather, Frank Williams, told the station that he was "grateful" for Clark's plea.

"He's taking full responsibility that these were his actions, done by him, caused by him," Williams said.

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