Crisis Management reached fever pitch on Sunday as lawmen,

 

 politicians and communities responded to the gruesome

 

shooting and video tape of an elderly man in Cleveland.

 

In our evolving world of social media channels and access to

 

thousands if not millions of people instantaneously,

 

perpetrators of crime have increasingly gone to the world wide

 

 web to document their crimes. 

 

 

Stephen (Stevie) Stevens is a man in crisis.  On Easter Sunday

 

Stevens posed a ranting, raving video of himself describing how

 

 he planned to kill someone and had killed others.  He alleges to

 

have killed 13 people and wishes to kill others.  He says that he

 

 will keep killing until he is caught.  Ironically, Steven’s had been

 

 working for a mental health agency

 

In the video, Stevens singles out and targets an elderly man,

 

 asks him a question and proceeds to shoot the man in the head

 

in cold blood killing him.  He then video’s the man’s bleeding

 

body on the ground and casually gets back into his vehicle

 

described as a white Ford Fusion and drives away.

 

The victim, identified as 74-year-old Robert Goodwin Sr. was a

 

loved and respected family man returning home after Easter

 

 dinner.

 

Stevens subsequently posted the gruesome video on Facebook

 

and alleges to have killed additional people on Easter Sunday.

 

To date, there have been no confirmed additional crimes that

 

can be attributed to Stevens.

 

He has been charged with aggravated murder and is currently a

 

 fugitive from justice.  Residents of the states of Pennsylvania,

 

Indiana, and Michigan have been placed on alert as he is

 

believed to be possibly headed to New York seeking family.

 

In the interim, his place of work has been closed, family and

 

 friends are being cautioned and Steven’s known circles and

 

loose associations are all living on the edge until he is

 

apprehended.

 

 

Unfortunately, there is no peaceful end to this psychopathic

 

chain of events.  Since Stevens has not voluntarily turned

 

himself in, it is likely that his cowardly run from justice will end

 

with either with him challenging police (a battle which he will

 

loose) or him killing himself in a effort to evade justice.