Mark Zuckerberg sent his condolences to the family of the Facebook killing victim and promised to do better in weeding out violent content from his social network in a speech at the company's annual developer conference earlier today
Zuckerberg referenced Robert Godwin, 74, by name in his brief comments about the Cleveland man's murder.
Godwin was shot to death by 37-year-old Steve Stephens on Sunday, and Stephens later posted video of the shooting to Facebook.
It took Facebook moderators two hours and 14 minutes to take Stephen's video down, but the company said in a statement on Monday that they didn't receive a report about it until nearly two hours after it had first been posted.
Zuckerberg's speech came about an hour after Stephens committed suicide after police caught him in Erie, Pennsylvania - about 100 miles east of the murder scene.
In the company's official statement on the matter, they said they are currently testing new ways to weed out violent content - including using artificial intelligence.
Watch what he had to say below.