The social network released a statement to CNN late Sunday saying "this is a horrific crime and we do not allow this kind of content." But for many, the damage had already been done.And the fact that the killer spent time after the murder live-streaming video of himself talking about the incident seemed to add insult to injury.Police are conducting interviews but no one has been charged yet. Johnson was reportedly "visibly upset" after he watched the video, both by its content and the fact that there were "40 or so live viewers and no one thought to call authorities." The victim's uncle had informed the girl's mother about the video, which led the mother to believe she had been raped, WGN reports.A Facebook spokesperson said: “Crimes like this are hideous and we do not allow that kind of content on Facebook.PUEBLO - Two boys are in custody after Pueblo Police say they became aware of a video posted to Facebook that apparently showed a girl being sexually assaulted.
In some cases, the company has taken swift action to remove the videos, but in others it has chosen to leave them up with a warning about the disturbing content.
Additional arrests in the case could be forthcoming.
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Chicago police are looking for up to six men who reportedly sexually assaulted a 15-year-old and live-streamed the attack on Facebook.
40 people watched the live video and not one reported it to police, authorities told Police only learned of the assault when the girl's mother approached the head of Chicago Police Department, Superintendent Eddie Johnson, as he was leaving a station on the city's West Side.