“I Won”: Dad’s Chilling Facebook Post After Murdering Wife While Sons Watched

“I Won”: Dad’s Chilling Facebook Post After Murdering Wife While Sons Watched

“Had an argument. She was cheating on me. I won.” That was the cryptic message posted on Facebook by Keith Belajonas after he allegedly murdered his wife Christina in front of their two sons, age 4 and 5.

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A dad shot and stabbed his wife to death before posting a chilling Facebook message which read: “Had an argument. She was cheating on me. I won.”

Keith Belajonas, 32, attacked his 28-year-old wife Christina in the home before fleeing the family home with their two boys aged four and five, police said.

A neighbour heard one of the children asking “is mommy dead?” as they got into the car at 2.30am.

Belajonas drove from Philadelphia to Staten Island as police arrived at the family’s house to find a disturbing scene.

Christina was slumped against a wardrobe and had been shot in the head and stabbed multiple times.

…Police said he shot himself before he could be apprehended.

You read that right: men are now pausing to update their Facebook statuses as they kill their wives in front of their own children. Another sign that Internet attention-whoring has gone too way, way too far.

Also see: 20 Basic Truths You Can’t Talk About in America Anymore

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