French president Francois Hollande at a memorial ceremony honoring the police couple killed in France this week.

A Chicago guy become shot and killed while stay streaming a video on fb, police said on Friday, simplydays after a double homicide in France in which the killer later took to facebook stay to encourage extraviolence.

Antonio Perkins, 28, changed into located face down on Wednesday night time in a vacant lot with gunshot wounds to the neck and head at the city’s west side, Chicago police officer Laura Amezaga stated.

Perkins turned into taken to a sanatorium where he changed into reported useless. Police on Fridayidentified the person inside the video as Perkins, who they stated was a documented gang member. No arrests were made.

In France, a 25-12 monthsantique man killed a French police commander and the commander’s partner on Tuesday, then he took to facebook live with a 12-minute video encouraging followers to kill prison body of workers, police officials, journalists and lawmakers.

The incidents underscore the gigantic demanding situations groups consisting of facebook, Twitter and Google’s YouTube face as they push live video streaming to hundreds of millions of human beings.fb incurrent months has made its live feature – which lets in all and sundry to broadcast a video in actual time – a crucial aspect of its method. It allows human beings to movement from their phone.

Chicago, the 1/3biggest US city, has drawn interest because of its gun violence, which police have blamedin large part on gang violence and a proliferation of stolen weapons. There had been almost 500 homicidesclosing yr, and gun violence is up in 2016, police say.

The fb stay video appears to expose Perkins recording himself and a group of human beings in the frontof a row of houses before a person opened hearth. The telephone appears to tumble through bloody grass before going black. The audio continues with bystanders screaming and crying.

The video stays on fb with a person caution message approximately its image nature.

A spokeswoman from facebook mentioned the video posting, saying it does no longer violate corporationpolicy. The social media site will dispose of a video if it celebrates or glorifies violence, she stated.