Steve Stephens, the man accused of shooting a random victim to death on a Cleveland, Ohio street and then posting video of the murder to Facebook, is dead.
Zuckerberg said Facebook is developing artificial intelligence to better flag content on the site.
Ducharme says everyone did exactly what they needed to do in order to catch Stephens.
In several posts, he claimed to have killed as many as a dozen people, but police have not found evidence to support that claim.
(AP Photo/Tony Dejak). Cleveland Police Chief Calvin Williams answers questions during a news conference, Tuesday, April 18, 2017, in Cleveland.
Steve Stephens was wanted in a slaying that he apparently recorded Sunday in Cleveland, and posted on Facebook, setting off a manhunt that spread Monday across the north eastern United States.
Regarding the search, Williams said "There's a lot of things about this that we don't know" and "there are a lot of places to hide in east Erie". "He wasn't moving so I panicked and started screaming and hollering", Driscoll said.
Pennsylvania State troopers hit Cleveland Facebook killer Steve Stephens' auto from behind in order to stop him, a witness said.
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MORE: Daughter of man gunned down in Facebook video - "I saw the fear in my father's eyes " One of Godwin's daughters, Debbie Godwin, said she wished Stephens had been captured, saying he should have faced his crime.
"Obviously this is something they have to get on top of with some urgency, but it's an extraordinarily hard problem", commented Geoff Blaber from the CCS Insight tech consultancy.
It was late Tuesday morning, nearly lunchtime, and authorities were in the third day of an intensive manhunt for Stephens.
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It ended a few miles away when police bumped Stephens' auto to get it to stop.
Thank goodness the drive-thru worker realized who the customer was and tried to stall him while the police were called. When officers approached his vehicle, Stephens shot himself.
State police Major William Teper Jr. said the trooper who bumped Stephens' auto "saw him pull the gun out and shoot himself".
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