Published: Thu, April 20, 2017
Electronics | By Jesus Weaver

Calls for McDonald's workers to get Facebook killer reward


Coroner Lyell Cook told Action News Wednesday afternoon that the autopsy had not yet been completed, and Cook had not made a legal identification.

DuCharme said a supervisor went to the window and tried to stall Stephens by telling him that his order of fries would need more time to cook.

Godwin was walking down a street in Cleveland, Ohio, when Steve Stephens gunned him down, then posted a video of the killing on Facebook. Stephens' video of the murder was live on the site for more than two hours before it was removed.

"The hashtags Joy Lane, Joy Lane massacre, I don't know if I know how to be Joy Lane anymore", Lane told Fox 8 Cleveland.

"[The employee] said, 'I think that's the guy".

Recognizing him as the man who shot dead Robert Godwin, 74, on Sunday, they delayed him long enough for police to arrive and give chase - leading to Stephens' death by suicide.

"I've got a lot of negative comments".

Lane told CNN affiliate WJW she was devastated the victim said her name before he was shot.

But Godwin-Baines said her father instilled within his children the value of forgiveness. "We were just trying to make sure she could get in contact with state police", restaurant owner Tom Ducharme said.

"I could not do that if I did not know God, if I didn't know him as my God and my savior, I could not forgive that man", she said.

According to Lane, her last conversation with Stephens was last Saturday and he told her he had quit his job and was moving out of state.

"But he just took his nuggets and said, 'I have to go, ' and he drove off", Sayers told press, while adding that Stephens did not speed away, but rather drove off normally, without the fries. And he didn't want to wait for the fries, which is fine, but he took his six-piece, didn't want any money back and headed out onto Buffalo Road.

Surveillance video captured Stephens' vehicle traveling down the road before police officers eventually rammed his auto, bringing Stephens to a stop.

In an interview with CNN, several of Godwin's children said they held no animosity toward Stephens, either. "The minute he turned out on Buffalo Road, the state police were right behind him at that point, so he couldn't have gotten more than 100 yards before the police were behind him".

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