Facebook: Cleveland Murder Suspect Recorded, Uploaded ‘Live’ Video, ‘Stevie Steve’ Stephens Explains Motive

by The Inquisitr

Facebook said on late Sunday that the Cleveland Facebook Live murder video posted on suspect “Stevie Steve” Stephens’ account was not live at all. Facebook has faced heavy criticism ever since the 37-year-old Cleveland man shared the murder video on his Facebook account on Easter Sunday. While Stephens did record himself as the killing took place, Facebook issued an update late Sunday to say that the video was uploaded later, not broadcast live, as originally reported.

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Steve Stephens ‘Stevie Steve’ Facebook Live Video Of Cleveland Murders: Facebook Deletes Account [Graphic]

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.

Warning: The video showing Stevie approaching an older man in Cleveland and asking him to say the name “Joy Lane” and then shooting and apparently killing the man in cold...

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Steve Stephens’ Facebook Live Video Hoax: Conspiracy Theorists Claim Cleveland Facebook Killer’s Video Is Fake

Steve Stephens has not been captured yet, as of this writing. That has given ample time for conspiracy theories about the suspected Cleveland killer of Robert Godwin, whose horrific death was broadcast on Facebook and spread around the Internet, to proliferate about the Stephens Facebook video being a fake hoax. As seen in the above Associated Press image, Steve’s childhood home is displayed on the left as neighbors of Stephens speak to one another down the street in Cleveland, Ohio, on Monday,...

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Police: Facebook Live Murder Suspect Steve Stephens Killed Himself During Pursuit

CLEVELAND (AP) -- The man who randomly killed a Cleveland retiree and posted video of the crime on Facebook shot himself to death on Tuesday in Pennsylvania, police said.