Facebooks uttalande efter mordet

Facebooks uttalande efter mordet

Facebooks uttalande efter mordet

Facebook har publicerat ett uttalande sedan en video på vad som kan vara ett mord på en 74-årig man laddats upp på den sociala tjänsten.

Det pågår just nu en jakt på den misstänkte mördareni Ohio, USA. Polisen söker en 37-årig man som filmat dödskjutningen av en 74-årig man och som sedan publicerat videon på Facebook.

Dementerar

Flera medier har rapporterat att mordet skulle ha sänts direkt vilket Facebook dementerar. Videon ska ha laddats upp av den nu misstänkte 37-åringen efter det att han skjutit en 74-årig man.

Facebook is now saying that a man suspected of fatally shooting another man in Cleveland posted a video of the killing on Facebook, but did not broadcast it live.

In a statement late Sunday night, Facebook said suspect 37-year-old Steve Stephens did go live at one point during the day, but not during the killing.

Police earlier Sunday had said that Stephens had broadcast it on Facebook Live.

Stephens is accused of killing 74-year-old Robert Godwin Sr. Late Sunday, police issued an aggravated murder warrant for Stephens. In a statement, they said he may have traveled out of state.

In a separate video, Stephens said he also killed more than a dozen other people. Police have not verified that information.

Washington Post

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