Facebook is known as the giant social networking site that connects us with anyone all over the world. As of late, it has also been known as the networking site that exposes users to videos graphic in nature, such as killings. Since the Facebook Live feature debuted, users witnessed a few murders, including police killings. The recent tragedies regarding Alton Sterling and Philando Castile would have left us with a lot of questions but thanks to Facebook, we’ve seen more than enough to realize that social injustice and devaluation of black lives is rampant….as it always has been.

Mark Zuckerberg, the founder of Facebook, posted a statement on his page about Diamond Reynolds, who used the Facebook Live feature to capture the aftermath of her boyfriend’s murder by Minnesota Police. Reynold’s video and her account has since been removed, but not before her video went viral and seen by millions.

This is what Zuckerberg had to say: