The Facebook page of Steve Stephens “Stevie Steve” has been deleted completely as of this writing. The post that was found at facebook.com/stevie.steve.9081/posts/1713123932046036 and the Stevie Steve Facebook page was quickly deleted, however, the horrific video has been downloaded from Facebook and re-uploaded to Heavy.
Steve Stephens should turn himself in because Steve isn’t hated by the family of Robert Godwin, says the victim’s family, as seen in the below video interview with Don Lemon of CNN. Instead of hating Stephens, who has been dubbed the Cleveland Facebook killer, Godwin’s family spoke about forgiveness and love and all falling short of God’s glory as Robert’s family quoted Scripture and spoke of leaning on God to get through this difficult time. Godwin’s ex-wife called Robert her best friend, and...
Fast food foiled the Facebook killer.
The nationwide manhunt for Steve Stephens has led to a series of dead ends, forcing authorities to scour abandoned buildings and plead for the public's help in turning in the murder suspect.
CLEVELAND — The nationwide manhunt for Steve Stephens has led to a series of dead ends, forcing authorities to scour abandon buildings and plead for the public’s help in turning in the murder suspect. Steve Stephens, 37, is wanted for the death of Robert Godwin — a self-taught mechanic and grandfather of 14 who was shot while walking home from an Easter meal Sunday in Cleveland. Video of the killing was posted on Facebook. A reported sighting of Stephens in […]
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“Quite frankly, at this point he could be in a lot of places,” FBI special agent in charge Stephen Anthony said.
In the days after he filmed and murdered Robert Godwin Sr., Cleveland Facebook killer Steve Stephens all but vanished.
"Is he awake at all?” a 911 dispatcher in Cleveland asked. “No, he’s unconscious. He’s dead,” the caller said.
Steve Stephens, the so-called "Facebook killer" who live-streamed the brutal murder of 74-year-old Robert Godwin Sr. on Sunday, has been found dead.
Stephens took his own life following a brief pursuit, according to Pennsylvania State Police.