Mobile phone could reveal accused Facebook killer’s location

Mobile phone could reveal accused

Mobile phone could reveal accused Facebook killer’s location

 

The man who killed a stranger in a video uploaded to Facebook told his mother before the shots: “If you see me again it will be a miracle.”

Maggie Green, mother of the murderer accused Steve Stephens, told CNN he had visited Saturday afternoon, before the impact of violence. Later, Mr. Stephens said on the phone that he was “hitting people” because he was “angry with his girlfriend.”

Authorities admit they do not know where the 37 are, who disappeared after firing Robert Godwin Sr, 74, in Cleveland, Ohio, on Sunday.

Five US states are on alert as police, the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the hunt children of mental health workers US Marshals Service, who apparently decided to kill M. Godwin at random.

Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson said Monday afternoon that a $ 50,000 reward was offered for information leading to the arrest of M. Stephens.

Steve Stephens drew a random 78-year-old victim after drawing in his car and turned the entire episode and then posted on Facebook.Source:
Steve Stephens drew a random 78-year-old victim after drawing in his car and turned the entire episode and then posted on Facebook.Source:
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The mobile phone of M. Stephens has posted a sign, or a table, in Erie, Pennsylvania, 165 km northeast of Cleveland, authorities said on CNN, but Cleveland police chief Calvin Williams said his Last confirmed was the scene of the crime.

While the suspect’s mother said her relationship with her ex-girlfriend as a cause of dismissal, M. Williams said there was no “ton nor son.”

“We, at this stage, can not focus on a problem that may or may not have led to this,” he said.

Williams said the detectives spoke with M. Stephens on the mobile phone after the “heinous crime”, but had already crossed the authorities’ knowledge.

“They tried to convince him to turn and, of course, this has not happened to date,” M. Williams told reporters at a news conference on Monday.

Stephens returned to violence because he was angry over his ex-girlfriend Joy Lane, he said in a video posted on Facebook.

She told CBS News in a text message that she was “sorry that all this happened.”

“My heart and my prayers are to the family members of the victim (s),” she wrote.

“Steve is a very nice guy … he’s generous with everyone he knows. He was kind and loving to me and my children.”

In the video, which has since been removed from the social networking site, M. Stephens approached Mr. Godwin and asked him to repeat the name Joy Lane, saying: “That is why this is going to happen to you.”

He pulls the trigger of the gun and the man falls to the ground, blood crushing his face.

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