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Zuckerberg makes first public comments in Cleveland Murder Case

22 April 2017

It was about 100 miles from Cleveland, where he fatally shot a stranger, 74-year-old Robert Godwin, Sr, in the street in broad daylight on Sunday.

Mark Zuckerberg addressed the tragedy surrounding Steve Stephens, the man known as the Facebook Live Killer, during Facebook's annual developers conference on Tuesday, April 18.

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

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In interviews before Stephens' death, Godwin's relatives said they forgave his killer.

The US man wanted for killing an elderly man in OH and then posting a video of the murder on Facebook fatally shot himself on Tuesday after a brief pursuit in neighbouring Pennsylvania, police said.

Stephens made Godwin say her name before he killed him and posted the video on Facebook.

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Meanwhile, Facebook responded to criticism for its handling of the incident, as Stephens' account was deactivated more than two hours after he murder video was uploaded.

"A traffic stop was attempted, there was a brief pursuit, at which time Stephens shot and killed himself", PSPD communications director Ryan Tarkowski said to reporters. "Some even said he should have killed me". "Can you double check I'm right?'" franchise owner Thomas DuCharme said.

Godwin's family has forgiven Stephens and said they hold no animosity toward him. Stephens also shared a Facebook livestream in which he claimed responsibility for the crime. He added that the murder suspect "acted normal" and it would have been impossible to identify him had he not been the subject of an intense search, Cleveland 19 News reported.

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The statement goes on to say that work continues to fill in the gaps between the time of the Cleveland shooting Easter Sunday and the apparent suicide late Tuesday morning.

Zuckerberg makes first public comments in Cleveland Murder Case