Facebook Shooting Suspect: McDonald's Employees Help End Manhunt by Stalling at Drive-Thru - PEOPLE.com

Employees of a Pennsylvania McDonald's helped end a two-day national manhunt on Tuesday when they recognized murder suspect Steve Stephens, the 37-year-old Cleveland man who authorities say posted a Facebook video on Sunday showing him ...

Funeral for Facebook shooting victim scheduled in Ohio - Minneapolis Star Tribune

CLEVELAND — The family of a man killed in a shooting that was broadcast on Facebook says his funeral will be Saturday. Seventy-four-year-old Robert Godwin Sr. was gunned down Sunday afternoon while collecting aluminum cans shortly after spending ...

'It's not your fault,' Robert Godwin's daughters tell woman named in Cleveland Facebook killer's videos - cleveland.com

CLEVELAND, Ohio --The daughters of Robert Godwin Sr. and the estranged girlfriend of the man who killed him were brought together Tuesday for an emotional meeting on the same day as Facebook killer Steve Stephens' apparent suicide. "(Our father) ...

Lois Collins: Spreading rumors, sharing fake news could have deadly consequences - Deseret News

FILE - This undated file photo provided by the Cleveland Police shows Steve Stephens. Pennsylvania State Police said Stephens, the suspect in the random killing of a Cleveland retiree posted on Facebook, shot and killed himself after a brief pursuit ...

McDonald's releases statement on heroic employee who stalled Steve Stephens at drive-thru - WKYC-TV

ERIE, Pa. -- A fast-thinking McDonald's employee is being heralded as a hero for helping bring the nationwide manhunt for Steve Stephens to an end in Erie, Pa. "We applaud the crew members at this McDonald's restaurant who recognized the suspect and ...

Talk It Out: How much responsibility do social media companies have in keeping inappropriate content like Steve ... - cleveland.com

CLEVELAND, Ohio - A 74-year-old local grandfather was gunned down and video of his killing was circulated on Facebook for about two hours before the page was disabled. The vice president of Facebook's Global Operations department, Justin Osofsky, ...

Family of Facebook live murder victim: We forgive the killer - Crux: Covering all things Catholic

In an interview, the daughter of the man who was shot and killed in Cleveland on Easter Sunday, said that she forgives her father's killer. Steve Stephens allegedly chose the victim at random and took a video of the murder and posted it on Facebook ...

What the Tech? Facebook's live video problem - WRCB-TV

Can Facebook do anything to keep graphic images from being posted and shared from Facebook Live? That is the question following Sunday's horrific murder which was posted to Facebook and then shared around the world. If you went searching for the ...

McDonald's staff helped police corner murderer Steve Stephens - Telegraph.co.uk

Two McDonald's employees in Erie, Pennsylvania, could be in line for a reward after helping police in their pursuit of Steve Stephens, who murdered a pensioner chosen at random on Easter Sunday, posting the footage of the killing on Facebook. Stephens ...

How Steve Stephens dodged cops for days still a mystery - New York Daily News

Cleveland Facebook killer Steve Stephens on Tuesday ended his life, bringing a close to an extensive multi-state manhunt, but there is still little known about the days he spent dodging authorities before his efforts were stymied by a few fast-food ...

Don't expect Mark Zuckerberg to stop live streaming murder any time soon - Hot Air

I really haven't spent any time covering the ruthless murder committed by Steve Stephens which he posted on Facebook. It was a horrible story, but one which is sadly all too common these days. It was really just the social media aspect of it which ...

Should McDonald's staff get reward for reporting Facebook killer Steve Stephens? - Syracuse.com

McDonald's employees tipped police to Facebook killer Steve Stephens when he ordered food in the drive-thru in Erie, Pennsylvania.( Google Maps screenshot ). 0 shares. By Geoff Herbert · gherbert@syracuse.com. Should McDonald's workers get a reward ...

murder suspect undone by trip to McDonald's - The Southland Times

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 ...

McDonald's order trips up Facebook murder suspect - Allentown Morning Call

The man 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 on Tuesday, police said. Associated Press. Facebook slaying suspect Steve ...

Cleveland police give details on Steve Stephens' final moments: Read the report - WKYC-TV

CLEVELAND -- After an intense few days, the manhunt for Steve Stephens came to an end Tuesday. Police say Stephens killed himself after a brief chase in Erie, Pa. His death came nearly 48 hours after Stephens murdered 74-year-old Robert Godwin, Sr. in ...

Facebook Killing Suspect Found Kills Himself After Police Pursuit in Pa. - NBC4 Washington

A manhunt that lasted more than two days ended Tuesday afternoon in Erie, Pennsylvania when Facebook murder suspect Steve Stephens killed himself after a brief chase. Jim Rosenfield has the details on how the chase came to an end. (Published ...

Facebook CEO comments on tragic death of Robert Godwin Sr. - 10News

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.

Facebook Killer's Ex-Girlfriend Meets Victim's Family: 'I Feel Bad' - Radar Online

For the first time since her former boyfriend, Steve Stephens, murdered elderly man Robert Godwin Sr. and posted the video on Facebook, Joy Lane has spoken out. Speaking to FOX 8 on Tuesday, Lane revealed it's been an overwhelming 48 hours since the ...

Is Mark Zuckerberg converting Facebook to a mind reading app? - JOE

First, the Facebook CEO and co-founder announced that the world's dominant social media platform was introducing technology to counteract incidents of revenge porn on the site, which garnered a warm response from media outlets and Facebook users.

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 ...