Navar Terrance Beverly
Navar Beverly killed his step father, and then posted a selfie with his victim's corpse on Twitter. Police in Maryland said Beverly strangled his step father Ronald Pinkney to death on July 8, posted several photos on Twitter and then fled the scene. Not long after, police received a tip about the killing and went to check on Pinkney. They apprehended Beverly not long after.
Under the pretense of assisting him with a photography project, college student Jamie Reynolds lured his friend Georgia Williams to his home in England in 2015. There, he enacted a sexual fantasy he'd been harboring for several months, whereby he would hang a woman and assault her body as she died. Reynolds photographed the entire horrendous ordeal. He has been given a life sentence in prison.
22-year-old Colorado resident Merric McKoy took a selfie of himself holding his 19-month-old daughter Mia in November 2013. The photo looks innocent enough, but in fact McKoy had a restraining order against him, placed by his ex-girlfriend Kim Phanthavongsa. After making cryptic comments on his Facebook page - one, for instance, reading "don't judge me had no choice" - and posting the selfie, McKoy shot Mia, attempted to murder Phanthavongsa, and after failing to kill her, shot himself. Both McKoy and Mia died from their wounds.
Suffering from severe mental illness, 23-year-old Bashid McLean of New York City stabbed his mother Tanya Bird to death inside their Bronx apartment in 2013. Bashid then dismembered Byrd's body and posed for a selfie holding his mother's head in his hands. Police discovered pieces of Byrd's body across the burrough.