Videos show desperation of suspect in Facebook video killing
- Author: Regina Walsh Apr 20, 2017,
Apr 20, 2017, 9:19
As the vehicle was spinning from the impact, Stephens pulled out a pistol and shot himself in the head.
The technology giant's chief executive said "our hearts go out to the friends and family" of Mr Godwin, who was shot dead by Steve Stephens in the United States city of Cleveland in Sunday in an apparent random killing.
Steve Stephens allegedly shot and killed seventy-four year-old Robert Godwin in Cleveland, Ohio, on Easter Sunday, before uploading a video of the murder on Facebook and going on the run from police.
Mark Zuckerberg spoke publicly for the first time on Tuesday about the Cleveland murder video that stayed up on Facebook for almost two hours before it was removed.
PBS NewsHour will update this story as it develops.
A five-state manhunt was launched to find Stephens after the children's mental health worker vowed to "keep killing until they (police) catch me".
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"Each one of us forgives the killer, the murderer", Godwin-Baines said Monday. The post said the company had been too slow to respond to Stephens' videos and posts, particularly the video of the murder, and that it is working to find ways to make reporting and flagging content more effective.
On Sunday, Stephens allegedly shot and killed 74-year-old Robert Godwin, Sr., on E. 93rd Street and posted video of the killing to his Facebook account.
Police would not speculate on what was behind the killing, but videos Stephens posted showed him talking about losing everything he had to gambling and trouble with his girlfriend.
Nearly 400 tips were called in, Williams said, emphasizing the important role the public played in helping to locate Stephens.
Until the investigation is complete, Williams said, "we won't actually know where he was and what he was doing".