Published: Fri, April 21, 2017
Life&Culture | By Ted Wilson

Alert McDonald's worker helps police find Steve Stephens

In January, four people in Chicago were accused of attacking an 18-year-old disabled man while broadcasting the assault on Facebook Live.

The Facebook chief was responding to the recent incident during which the site hosted the video recording of a murder for around two hours before taking it down.

In their tribute for Godwin on Facebook, police urged residents to always call authorities to report a crime.

The murder and a video sparked outrage across the world and renewed scrutiny of the growing number of grisly videos being posted on social media.

Facebook suspended Stephens' account 23 minutes after being alerted to the video, manager Justin Osofsky said in a blog post late Monday.

The daughter of a retiree slain in an apparently random Cleveland shooting that was recorded and shared on Facebook says she's sad that the suspect killed himself in Pennsylvania.

But the 37-year-old suspect, who was one of the FBI's Most Wanted, spent parts of three days eluding local, state and federal law enforcement officers amid an intensifying manhunt.

The workers delayed Stevens' order of french fries so they could give police time to catch the suspect, but he drove off without the fries, the outlet's owner told the Erie Times newspaper.

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Brenda Haymon , daughter of Godwin, learned that Stephens had killed himself while planning funeral arrangements for her father. Stephens supposedly killed Godwin in an attempt to get his mother and girlfriend to get in contact with him.

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Pennsylvania State Police say the suspect in a recorded Cleveland slaying that was shared on Facebook fatally shot himself in the head as his auto spun out of control. In it, he said, "I snapped, I just snapped".

Authorities say Stephens had never met Godwin before he pulled his Ford Fusion up beside him at about 2 p.m.

In a second video, Stephens was seen on his cellphone, telling someone to go online to watch the footage. "I am sorry that all of this has happened". There had been rumoured and reported sightings in Philadelphia, Detroit, Washington, DC, and elsewhere.

"The thing I would take away most from our father is that he taught us about God: how to fear God, how to love God and how to forgive", she told CNN.

Investigators said that Godwin was the only victim so far linked to Stephens, despite his claim on Facebook that he killed over a dozen people.

"I don't want that man to die, I want him brought to justice", one of his sons, Robby Miller, told CNN. The company has been relying on reports from its users to flag content violations, and then reviews flagged content manually. He had worked for many years at a children's behavioral center in OH, where he had no red flags in his personnel file, according to the Erie Times-News.

"Only Steve knows that", Williams said.

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