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Man accused of broadcasting Easter Sunday killing on Facebook -

CLEVELAND, Ohio - Cleveland police are searching for a man accused of shooting and killing a man and uploading the video on Facebook Sunday afternoon. Steve Stephens This Facebook Live video still shows Steve Stephens, who is accused of broadcasting ...and more »

Deaths on 'Facebook Live' are becoming a worrying trend - Business Insider

Not "Facebook Live tips and tricks." Not "Facebook live funniest videos." All the most popular searches for Facebook Live revolve around murders, torture, and death. This is probably not what Facebook had in mind when it introduced Facebook Live to the ...and more »

Facebook wanted 'visceral' live video. It's getting live-streaming killers and suicides. - Washington Post

SAN FRANCISCO — The massive growth of live-streaming everything from Little League games to a giraffe's birth has developed a sinister edge as murderers, rapists and terrorists have found ways to broadcast video that tech companies such as Facebook ...and more »

Man wanted in Facebook murder video kills himself, police say - Financial Times

The suspected killer of an elderly man who had posted a video of the apparent murder on Facebook was confirmed dead on Tuesday morning by the Pennsylvania state police. The state police department said that the alleged murderer named as Steve Stephens ...and more »

Cleveland police hunt for man in Facebook murder - Financial Times

Police in Cleveland, Ohio, are searching for a murder suspect who they believe posted video on Facebook of himself shooting and killing a 74-year-old man. The alleged homicide in the US is the latest disturbing incident to be shown on Facebook at a ...and more »

Facebook Streams a Murder, and Must Now Face Itself - WIRED

[UPDATE: 4/16/17 8:29 P.M. PST — Facebook has responded to various news reports, claiming that while Steve Stephens did post a Facebook Live at some point during the day, the shooting in question was not broadcast via Facebook Live. Rather, it was ...and more »

Cleveland manhunt underway after video of murder uploaded to Facebook - The Verge

A Cleveland man is at large after reportedly killing someone and uploading the footage to Facebook. The video appears to show a man identified by police as 37-year-old Steve Stephens approaching a 74-year-old man, before asking him to say a name and ...and more »

Cleveland Police Seek Suspect After a Killing Seen on Facebook - New York Times

The police in Cleveland were searching for a suspect after a man was fatally shot on Sunday in an act that was posted to Facebook and viewed thousands of times before the video was removed. In a separate video — on a Facebook account under the name ...and more »

Cleveland police: Suspect posted killing video on Facebook - USA TODAY

Corrections & Clarifications: An earlier version of this story misspelled the victim's last name. The victim is Robert Godwin Sr. Police in Cleveland were searching for a homicide suspect who they said broadcast a videotaped killing on Facebook and ...and more »

AI Isn't Smart Enough (Yet) to Spot Horrific Facebook Videos - WIRED

When Steve Stephens uploaded a 57-second video to Facebook of himself shooting and killing a man Sunday, the video stayed on Stephens' Facebook page for more than 2 hours before the company finally pulled it down. It was enough time for thousands of ...and more »