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    But Stephens remains at large as the hunt for him expanded nationwide, police said . She said her father left behind nine children, 14 grandchildren and a lot of great-grandchildren. "We are not going to stop until he's in custody". He posted video of the murder on Facebook and claimed to commit other homicides in a series of live videos and posts.
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    The plea for Steve Stephens on Monday was clear. "I want him to know what he took from us". He also partly blames his actions on troubles with his ex-girlfriend. But they said there was no sign he was actually there. The last confirmed sighting of Stephens was at the scene of the homicide. "He never ever told me he had problems or issues.
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    This story has been corrected to show that Facebook now says the killing was recorded and uploaded to Facebook , not broadcast live. Mr Godwin did not seem to recognise the woman's name. Mayor Frank Jackson is urging Stephens to turn himself in and not to "do anymore harm to anybody". While Steve was on the run from authorities, he claimed he had killed at least 13 other people during his rampage.
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    Godwin's children say the reason they are able to forgive Stephens is due to their father, who took them to church every Sunday, and always stressed the importance of forgiveness. Watch the video here. "I snapped, I just snapped", Stephens said. "I don't really want to see it", he said. Yes we're hurt, but we have to forgive him because the Bible says if we don't then the heavenly father won't forgive us'.
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    Today, Srinagar's city centre turned into a battleground as students from various colleges, including Sri Pratap College and the Government College for Women, and schools, many of them wearing their school uniform, descended on the streets to throw stones at the security forces.
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    At the same time , Vice President Mike Pence warned at the Korean Demilitarized Zone that America's "era of strategic patience is over". U.S. President Donald Trump has pledged to stop North Korea's stated plans to develop a nuclear missile capable of reaching the United States.
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    Police said they had received dozens of tips about the possible location of the suspect, Steve Stephens, and repeatedly suggested he turn himself in. At the time of writing, Steve Stephens is still on the run and police have warned citizens in Ohio, Indiana, Pennsylvania, Michigan and NY to be on high alert - but they admit the killer could be anywhere.
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    Two minutes later at 2:11 p.m. EDT, Stephens uploaded a video of the shooting. State police tried to pull him over and, after a brief chase, he killed himself. The head of the U.S. Marshal's office in Cleveland says he's confident Stephens will be found. "As a result of this bad series of events, we are reviewing our reporting flows to be sure people can report videos and other material that violates our standards as easily and quickly as possible", said Justin Osofsky, Facebook vice ...