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VIDEO: Stevie Stephens on Video talking About Why He Kills Right Before Murder


UPDATE ON THE EASTER MURDER TAPED ON FACEBOOK LIVE

The city of Cleveland is STILL under lockdown as police search for a cold blooded killer who states he has killed 13 people ON VIDEO ON FACEBOOK LIVE. Video below.

The video below apparently shows Stephens before the shooting, talking about why he plans to do it. This is a SCARY PERSON. HE PLANS TO KILL AND KILL TILL HE IS STOPPED.

 

“I snapped, dog, I just snapped,” he tells the man on the phone, saying he shamed his fraternity with his actions. “I just killed 13 motherf*ckers man. That’s what I did, I killed 13 people and I’m about to keep killing until they catch me. F*ck it.”

In another video, he says, “The people I’m going to kill today, it’s Easter Sunday, it’s not my first. I’ve got a few people that’s over here off this street … it’s an abandoned house, I kind of lost count. I didn’t keep score. But I’m going to keep score today. I’m bout to have me some fun, I guess.”

 

He also claims he is going to randomly shoot “Greeks” in the head until he gets caught. Stephens said on his Facebook page he was a member of the Omega Psi Phi fraternity.

“The vengeance is about to happen,” he says.

FUCK THIS ASSHOLE. FIND HIM FAST AND GET HIM OFF THE STREETS! I HOPE THIS WOMAN IS IN HIDING!!


GRAPHIC: Video of Cleveland Killer Steve “Stevie Steve” Stephens Killing Man On Facebook Live

The city of Cleveland is currently under lockdown as police search for Steve Stephens, known as “Stevie Steve” on social media, after he allegedly shot and killed a man on Facebook live Sunday afternoon. Cleveland police spokesperson Sgt. Jennifer Ciaccia said that the shooting happened on East 93rd Street just south of Interstate 90.

The video of the murder stayed on Facebook for about three hours before it was taken down and Stephens’ Facebook page deactivated.

Again this video is graphic. He Cold Bloodily murders this elderly man Robert Goodwin Sr. in Broad Daylight. Police are hunting for this cold blooded killer.

Facebook has released a statement condemning the killing of a Cleveland man that police say was carried out live on the social media site.

The company on Sunday called it a “horrific crime,” and said that it works hard to “keep a safe environment on Facebook.”

Police say Steve Stephens shot 74-year-old Robert Goodwin Sr. Sunday afternoon while he was recording live on Facebook.

In the video, Stephens says he has also killed more than a dozen other people. Police have not verified that information.

Police continue to search for Stephens, who they say should be considered armed and dangerous. They say he may be driving a newer model white Ford Fusion. Anyone with information is asked to call 911.

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