Funeral for Facebook shooting victim scheduled in Ohio

Funeral for Facebook shooting victim scheduled in Ohio

Funeral for Facebook shooting victim scheduled in Ohio

He posted video of that shooting on Facebook. The suspect is identified as Steve Stephens, a 37-year-old job counselor. He allegedly recorded a video of himself killing a 74-year-old man.

"I want to officially announce that the search for Steve Stephens has ended", Cleveland Police Chief Calvin Williams told reporters at a press conference.

"I can't wait!" Stephens reportedly yelled in response, according to The Daily Mail.

"That is not my son", Maggie Green said Wednesday about the so-called Facebook killer. Frederick tells Cleveland.com he recalls Stephens as nice and jovial, not negative. It took the social network almost two hours to remove the content, which was soon ubiquitous on other platforms such as YouTube.

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Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf tweeted a thank you to the state police "for their vigilance in pursuing the Facebook killer".

The multistate manhunt for him stretched into a third day Tuesday. He was wanted in the death of Robert Godwin, 74, over the weekend, in Cleveland.

The frantic audio tapes were released by ABC News just hours before Facebook murder suspect Steve Stephens took his own life following a pursuit with police.

Steve Stephens was accused of shooting Robert Godwin Sr, 74, on a Cleveland footpath on Sunday before fleeing in a vehicle and uploading a video of the murder to Facebook, becoming the subject of a nationwide manhunt. The crash is not shown on the surveillance video.

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On Monday, Facebook's vice president of global operations, Justin Osofsky, said they were "reviewing our reporting flows" following the Easter Sunday tragedy.

Although Facebook pulled the videos and suspended Stephens' account 23 minutes after they were first reported, Zuckerberg said Facebook could do better in quickly flagging and removing violent videos.

Until the investigation is complete, Williams said, "we won't actually know where he was and what he was doing".

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