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The 21-year-old man from New York who allegedly killed his 17-year-old girlfriend — and posted photos of her on Instagram — and would have done so out of jealousy, sh4, reportedly kissed another man during a concert Saturday night, officials said.
Oneida County District Attorney Scott McNamara said that the prosecution office will be the handling of the murder of Bianca Devins, 17, as a case of “extreme emotional disturbance” following an early investigation into the events that led to the killing of her to suggest that the defendant, Dr. Clark, 21, was not planning on it.
“Under the law, there is a thing called extreme emotional disturbance,” McNamara told WKTV. “It doesn’t negate the crime, but he has mastered it.”
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He went on to say that it would be likely to reduce the level of a crime and Clark’s faces, which include the cost of the second-degree-murder-down for “murder in the first degree.”
McNamara told the local station that investigators believe Bianca, “to kiss somebody on the show and that is what makes him get upset.”
Bianca Devins, was killed by a man she had met recently on Instagram, then posted photos of her corpse online, according to police.
Officials said the pair attended a concert in New York City on the night of the killing, and it is likely that they got into an argument on the way home.
“I have a very hard time understanding how anyone could justify taking another’s life as a young person, because she was kissing someone else,” McNamara said.
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Bianca’s body was discovered by police on Sunday outside of a vehicle in the Utica, along with Clark, who had been found severely injured. He was admitted to the hospital, and is expected to survive. Even though It was not immediately clear what type of injury he suffered, and police said that they are investigating the case as a murder and attempted suicide.
Utica Police department said in a statement to Fox News: “With regard to their relationship, it was learned that the two of them had met each other on the social media platform Instagram about a month ago. They will use this as a means of communication in the first place, and their relationship progressed in a personal and intimate environment. They had spent time together, and were familiar with each other’s families.”
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The investigators believe that the man placed the photo of the girl’s dead body on Instagram, where at least one of them was wide-spread.
Clark is currently facing a second-degree murder charges.
Fox News’ Frank Miles contributed to this report.