Modern fathers, the ones still left in their daughters’ lives, have a Manosphere-documented tendency to blame everybody and everything except their feral daughters for her poor behavior. An extreme example occurs in Pennsylvania. Can physiognomy tell us if his victim deserved to die?
A 41-year-old Pennsylvania man is facing murder charges for killing his daughter’s 17-year-old boyfriend, after suspecting the boy was supplying his daughter with drugs. Beaver Falls resident Michael D’Biagio, 41, was arrested immediately after the July 19 shooting that left 17-year-old Darren “Scotty” Jevcak dead. D’Biagio suspected Jevcak was supplying drugs to his daughter.
D’Biagio admitted to firing at Jevcak “five or six times,” as the teen walked out of Scustsie’s Super Pizza, in New Castle, where he worked.
D’Biagio was arraigned on July 20 and has been charged with criminal homicide and aggravated assault. He is currently being housed in the Lawrence County Prison.
It’s an open-and-shut case. D’Biagio argued with his feral snowflake over the phone, then called Jevcak, asked where he was (at his job delivering pizzas), locked & loaded, went to the pizzeria, waited for Jevcak, gunned him down, performed a killshot in front of witnesses, told them Jevcak was a druggie, walked off a little steam and waited for the cops to arrive.
Joseph Camerot, owner of Scustie’s Super Pizza, said he looked out the window of his restaurant and saw D’Biagio shooting at the teen. Camerot ran out of the restaurant and saw D’Biagio still shooting. When Camerot asked why he had shot Jevcak, D’Biagio replied that the boy had gotten his daughter “hooked on cocaine” and “so this was what drug dealers get.”
“[D’Biagio] was protecting his daughter,” [Police Chief] Salem said, adding, “Now he’s not going to be with his daughter anymore. He tore up two families, for nothing. It’s senseless.”
He was clearly NOT protecting his daughter. He blamed her boyfriend for her disobedience. Before the Red Pill, I would never have thought that a major duty of the Church was encouraging fathers to punish their daughters instead of everybody else.
But if the Church doesn’t teach it then apparently, nobody does.
If Barbie was using drugs then D’Biagio should have gone to the police. Maybe even given them permission to wiretap & track her, to catch the suppliers. Or put her in rehab/with distant family. Or here’s a thought: confiscate her slutphone and take her car keys away.
Another thought: wait one year then marry her off to Jevcak. They were in love and Jevcak was reportedly working two jobs while keeping his grades up. Daddy could do much worse.
There were lots of steps to be taken before capital murder.
He’s very close to white all around the iris, which is a strong indicator of derangement/drug abuse, but one should take into account that this was the mug shot for his capital murder arrest. Angled eyebrows indicate desire for conflict and it’s enhanced by the beard putting an angle on his chin/jaw. A thin nose indicates a lack of energy for social behavior. Mouth corners are turned down to indicate pessimism but again, not surprising for the context.
His hair is orderly so his mind is also orderly. Flat cheeks suggests a lack of natural dominance; he may not have had the social skills to handle this situation well. Although one doesn’t need social skills for “hello police, my daughter is dating a drug dealer, could you help me out”.
I don’t like his daughter’s eyes. White below the iris indicates a frequent state of fear. Horizontal eyebrows, generally flat eyelids, her thoughts are rational, but thick lips and rounded face shape mean she’s emotional underneath it. A pairing I see in Borderline women. The round-tipped nose with visible nostrils is a specific kind of nose that seem correlated to high-ego, but I could be wrong on that one. Visible nostrils like that indicate a open personality; noses that hide the nostrils entirely indicate a reserved/shrewd personality. Again, pessimistic mouth corners.
Taken together, she’s upset at Daddy, rational about expressing her upset attitude and lacking internal brakes against acting out. Did she choose her boyfriend to push Daddy’s buttons? Was he a likely druggie?
According to Salem, Javcek had no prior police record. “He was actually working two different jobs. By all accounts, he was a good kid.” New Castle Police Chief Robert Salem told there was no record of him having any run-ins with the police.
Family and friends are left to mourn Javcek’s untimely death. “The last couple years, we may not have spent as much time together as before, but that will never change the love and bond we had,” Jevcak’s uncle, Josh Altemus, said.
I’m undecided whether the druggie accusation was true. Working two jobs suggests a great need of money for a high school junior living with his family, but Occam’s Razor says it was simply to make payments on his car, which he presumably used to deliver those pizzas. And he’s attractive enough to interest a chick without needing to supply dope.
CHAD! It’s Incel Chad!
Okay, Javcek isn’t Chad but he didn’t die a virgin, either. He didn’t get that tattoo to honor his Amerind totem spirit. Large and multiple colors? That cost a lot of tips. Tattooing is illegal under age 18 without parental consent in PA so again, not a strong indicator of lawbreaking.
Judging from the deltoids being proportionate with the rest of his arms, he isn’t using steroids, so that’s another strike against being a druggie along with no criminal record.
His ears are remarkably low; also small and wide. That indicates he’s a slow learner, including slow to heed advice, and nonconformist. Slow learner doesn’t mean low intelligence, it means they’re more likely to pursue skillsets than general knowledge or creativity. I can see this guy doing very well in the trades/manual arts.
I associate small mouth with people who don’t talk much. The mouth/lips are pure muscle, no bone, thus are reliable indicators, but I wonder if smartphone technology allows people to be really social without talking as much as they normally would for their level of extraversion.
His eyebrows are also angled for conflict. Also low for impulsivity but this is contraindicated by the placement of his tattoo. It’s high enough on the shoulder to be easily hid by a shirt sleeve. A really impulsive guy would place that elaborate tattoo in a more visible location and be surprised when getting hired becomes more difficult. So, he might be a little headstrong but not to the point of a character flaw.
Being a gym rat is also a good indicator of discipline. That’s a good physique. He’s not eating free pizza for every meal, either, so food discipline too.
I can’t decide if his eyes are hooded or cutting-pupils. Image quality just isn’t good enough. The former would be consistent with everything else covered so I’ll go with that and say he’s emotionally reserved. Along with listening to himself more than others, acting aloof probably comes easily to him. That, a gym body and careful attention to his appearance, he could easily be a chick magnet.
Final conclusion, he might have been experimenting with drugs but his lifestyle–holding down two jobs plus school, good reputation & clean background, working out regularly, acting like a teenager but not to an irresponsible degree–is not consistent with a drug habit.
Daddy murdered Javcek because he wanted his daughter to stop self-destructing. That was never going to scare her straight (‘whipping boy’ is a completely failed concept) and now that Daddy’s in the pen for 25 to life, he won’t have the opportunity to do anything at all for her.
Don’t punish Romeo for Juliet’s behavior. She is responsible for herself and can easily find another lover.