Published: Thu, April 20, 2017
U.S. | By Monique Johnson

Facebook's Zuck: 'We have work to do to prevent tragedies'

Facebook's Zuck: 'We have work to do to prevent tragedies'

McDonald's staff tipped off police about the location of Facebook killer Steve Stephens after he ordered 20 Chicken McNuggets.

Stephens fled in his vehicle, but was stopped after as short chase. 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.

"We are grateful that this has ended. This is something that should not have been shared around the world, period", Williams said. He said authorities had received almost 400 tips to aid in the search for Stephens.

In the video, Stephens told his victim to say the name of his girlfriend, saying, "She's the reason why this is about to happen to you".

Stephens killed himself, authorities said.

Police have said there is no evidence to support the claim that Stephens is responsible for any other murders.

Green said of Lane: "It's not her fault".

Debbie Godwin tells The Associated Press she would have preferred that 37-year-old Steve Stephens remain alive and face prison time for the Sunday shooting of 74-year-old Robert Godwin Sr.

"I am pretty sure he figured out that we were on to him", said DuCharme Jr.

"Each one of us forgives the killer".

Stephens kept posting on Facebook hours before his account was eventually shut down. Authorities in several states are on the lookout for a man police say shot a Cleveland retiree collecting aluminum cans and then posted video of the apparently random killing on Facebook. "I am very sad for everyone involved".

"Keeping our global community safe is an important part of our mission", the company said. "We're reminded of this this week by the tragedy in Cleveland".

A makeshift memorial sits along a fence Monday, April 17, 2017, near where Robert Godwin Sr., was killed in Cleveland.

Regarding the search, Williams said "There's a lot of things about this that we don't know" and "there are a lot of places to hide in east Erie".

Like this: