"As the vehicle was spinning out of control from the PIT maneuver, Stephens pulled a pistol and shot himself in the head".
The incident was the latest crime posted on Facebook - giving rise to discussions on how videos of this nature can be removed, or prevented from being shared and whether the pros of live-streaming outweigh the cons.
McDonald's staff tipped off police about the location of Facebook killer Steve Stephens after he ordered 20 Chicken McNuggets.
In one video posted on Facebook, Stephens said that he gambled away everything and that he and his girlfriend had planned to marry but did not, without saying why.
In addition to posting a video of the murder, Stephens also went live twice, the first time announcing his intent to kill - and the final time, after the murder, confessing.
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Alexis Lee, a childhood friend of Steve Stephens, speaks with a neighbor near Stephens' childhood home in Cleveland, Ohio, Monday, April 17, 2017.
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Steve Stephens posted a video of himself shooting and killing a man on Facebook on Sunday.
On Sunday afternoon, 74-year-old Robert Godwin Sr. was shot and killed in Cleveland while walking home from Easter dinner with his family. The FBI had put him on its Most Wanted list.
"We have a lot more to do here", Zuckerberg said. Before the shooting, Stephens demanded that he say "Joy Lane", the name of his ex-girlfriend.
Authorities said Godwin is the only known victim despite an extensive investigation into Stephens' claims to have killed others.
One of Mr Godwin's nine children, Debbie, said she wished her father's killer had been captured alive. However, she said she still forgives him.