Zuckerberg mentions Facebook murder video at F8

On Tuesday, Stephens shot and killed himself after a short chase with state police in Erie, Pennsylvania.

Police say 37-year-old Steve Stephens killed Robert Godwin in Cleveland, as the grandfather was walking home from an Easter meal.

At a Silicon Valley conference Tuesday, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg briefly addressed the Cleveland case, saying Facebook has "a lot of work to do" and "we will keep doing all we can to prevent tragedies like this". He said he "just snapped".

"I don't want that man to die, I want him brought to justice", one of his sons, Robby Miller, said. "I'm not happy what you did, but I forgive you".

Tonya R. Godwin-Baines and Debbie D. Godwin said they know Lane did nothing wrong and wanted her to know it.

The McDonald's employee called police as Stephens proceeded down the drive-thru, DuCharme said. Stephens was dead at the scene.

"We disabled the suspect's account within 23 minutes of receiving the first report about the murder video - and two hours after receiving a report of any kind".

Facebook released a statement on Monday detailing how it will be reviewing its "reporting flows" to allow people report content that violates Facebook policies "as easily and quickly as possible". "This is something that should not have been shared around the world, period", Williams said.

CLEVELAND (AP) - A multistate manhunt for the suspect in a random killing that Cleveland police say he recorded and posted to Facebook is entering its third day.

Stephens supposedly killed Godwin in an attempt to get his mother and girlfriend to get in contact with him.

Mr Godwin did not seem to recognise the name.

The worker, who recognized Stephens as the wanted Cleveland Facebook killer, is credited with stalling him at the drive-thru window Tuesday so authorities could have extra response time.

Police said the woman he referred to was in a safe place.



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