No reward yet for McDonald's workers who led police to Facebook killer - New York Post

The owner of a Pennsylvania McDonald's says he is not feeling any lovin' from company honchos after his worker spotted the Facebook murderer. Tom DuCharme praised his eagle-eyed employee but told The Post that he had yet to hear directly from his ...

Facebook is becoming a 21st-century Roman Colosseum for murder - The Guardian

How could the social media giant host a video of a killing on its site for two hours before deleting it? One reason is the legal protections it enjoys. Mark Zuckerberg. 'Why don't tech companies do more to ensure that videos like the Cleveland killing ...

Facebook Killing Suspect Found, Kills Himself After Police Pursuit in Pa. - NBC New York

Some are questioning the timing of Bill O'Reilly's vacation. Do you think it's suspect? Yes; No; Why would it be? No strong take. Privacy policy · NEWSLETTERS. Receive the latest national-international updates in your inbox. Email. Privacy policy ...

Facebook murder suspect undone by trip to McDonald's for chicken nuggets - Stuff.co.nz

Officials say Steve Stephens, suspected of killing a Cleveland man and posting a video of the murder on Facebook, fatally shot himself after a "brief pursuit" by Pennsylvania State Police officers. Facebook slaying suspect Steve Stephens was undone by ...

Funeral arrangements set in Cleveland for Robert Godwin Sr. - cleveland.com

CLEVELAND Ohio -- Funeral arrangements were released for 74-year-old Robert Godwin Sr., the man whose death was broadcast on Facebook when he was shot at random by Steve Stephens. Family visitation will begin at 10 a.m. Saturday at River of Life ...

Facebook CEO comments on tragic death of Robert Godwin Sr. - ABC2 News

Copyright 2017 Scripps Media, Inc. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed. "Our hearts go out to the family and friends of Robert Godwin Sr," said Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg on Tuesday.

A craving for a $5.35 order of McNuggets and fries led police to Facebook killer Steve Stephens - USA TODAY

It was an order of Chicken McNuggets and fries that helped lead police to Ohio Facebook killer Steve Stephens. The end came after Stephens, who police say shot a 74-year-old Cleveland man at random on Sunday and posted video of the killing on ...

WATCH: Pennsylvania police say they 'would've fired back' at Steve Stephens, accused Facebook killer - WCPO

ERIE, Penn. -- Two Pennsylvania State troopers were prepared for the worst when pursuing Steve Stephens, the Cleveland man accused of posting video of a murder to Facebook, on Tuesday just before he fatally shot himself. Capt. Jim Basinger and Lt.

'We are grateful this has ended': Inside the manhunt for Facebook murder suspect Steve Stephens - Washington Post

“Cleveland EMS, what is the emergency?” the 911 dispatcher said. A frantic caller tried to describe a gruesome scene on Easter Sunday in East Cleveland, where 74-year-old Robert Godwin Sr. was lying on the pavement in a pool of his own blood. He had ...

Prayers, hugs as Ohio killer's ex-girlfriend meets family of victim - 4029tv

The three women hugged, prayed and talked, united in grief by a killer who recorded the last minutes of his victim's life. Advertisement. Related Content. Surveillance footage of police cars pursuing vehicle of Facebook murder suspect · Police discuss ...

Media mishandles Facebook murder video presentation: Darcy cartoon - cleveland.com

Too many media outlets did too little to protect the dignity of Facebook murder victim Robert Godwin Sr. with the way they presented the video of his final moments and murder. Print Email · Jeff Darcy, cleveland.com By Jeff Darcy, cleveland.com The ...

US 'Facebook killer' takes own life after police chase - Times LIVE

A US gunman accused of murdering an elderly grandfather and posting the footage on Facebook killed himself Tuesday after a brief police chase, bringing to a close a frantic nationwide manhunt.

Savvy McDonald's staff stalled Facebook killer Steve Stephens' fries to buy police time - International Business Times UK

A savvy McDonald's employee raised the alarm as Steve Stephens, the man who shot a 74-year-old great-grandfather in cold blood, pulled up at a drive-thru in Pennsylvania following a three-day nationwide manhunt. Stephens, 37, turned up at the fast-food ...

Cleveland Facebook killer weaponized social media to seize control of doomed relationship, expert says - cleveland.com

CLEVELAND, Ohio -- Steve Stephens used a pistol to kill Robert Godwin Sr. on Easter Sunday, but he used a cellphone and a Facebook account to weaponize the name of his estranged girlfriend in a misguided and public attempt to regain control over a ...

The Cleveland killer wasn't the first to post a gruesome crime. Welcome to the dark side of sharing - Los Angeles Times

Four assailants tied up an 18-year-old mentally disabled man, taped his mouth and slashed at his scalp with a knife as he cowered in a corner. A group of men and boys dragged a 15-year-old girl to a bed and raped her. Both crimes — and others like ...

McDonald's drive-thru pit stop leads to Facebook killer - KPRC Houston

ERIE, Pa. - The order came through the McDonald's drive-thru window in Harborcreek Township, Pennsylvania, around 11 a.m. on Tuesday: Chicken McNuggets and a side of fries. When the driver of the white Fusion with Ohio tags reached the payment ...

Family of Robert Godwin reacts to Steve Stephens' death - KHOU

CLEVELAND - Robert Godwin, Sr. was shot and killed on a Cleveland street Easter Sunday. Video of his death was posted to Facebook by his alleged killer, Steve Stephens. On Tuesday morning, Stephens took his own life inside his car in Erie, Pennsylvania ...

Video: Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg addresses Cleveland shooting - Belfast Telegraph

Facebook boss Mark Zuckerberg has said the social network "has a lot of work to do" in order to prevent repeats of the Cleveland shooting of Robert Godwin Sr, after a video of his murder was shared on the site. The technology giant boss said "our ...

Facebook reviewing reporting practices after killing posted online - CBC.ca

The posting of a video showing a 74-year-old man's shooting death on Facebook is raising questions about whether social media sites and their users have a role to play in preventing real-world violence from finding an audience online. On Sunday, a ...

The dark side of live-streaming - Independent Online

The massive growth of live-streaming everything from sports matches 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 are struggling to contain.