Man Live Live-Streams His Own Murder As North Carolina Shooter Flees The Scene

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Feb. 27 2018, Updated 1:37 p.m. ET

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A North Carolina man was killed on Facebook Live while streaming during a walk in his neighborhood. As RadarOnline.com has learned, Prentis Robinson was gunned down by an armed passerby when he told him he was being filmed for social media.

According to reports, the 55-year-old had just visited the police station to report a stolen phone, when he stepped out to his death.

Robinson – who was also a musician – was known for outing people on Facebook Live who were suspected drug dealers in the dangerous NC neighborhood.

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When he left the police station ad began filming, a man dressed in all black approached him.

"You on live," Robinson repeated to the visibly confused man. "You on live."

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Moments later, the unidentified criminal shot Robinson to the ground.

In the video, shots are heard, and the camera is seen falling along with the now-deceased musician.

Viewers commented on the shocking post, later to discover that Prentis Robinson had been killed.

The shooter was seen fleeing the scene in the horrific clip, but has yet to be arrested.

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