Man Suspected Of Killing Wife Posted To Facebook: ‘She Was Cheating On Me. I Won.’ (Video)

| by Sarah Fruchtnicht

A Pennsylvania man suspected of killing his wife in front of their two sons allegedly posted to social media Thursday: “Had an argument. She was cheating on me. I won.”

Christina Belajonas, 28, was found shot and stabbed to death inside her filthy Drexel Hill home.

A three-state manhunt was launched to capture her husband Keith Belajonas, 32, who fled the scene with their two sons, 4-year-old Christopher and 5-year-old Robert.

A witness who allegedly saw Belajonas fleeing his home in the middle of the night said he heard one of the boys ask, “Is Mommy dead?”

Upper Darby Police Superintendent Michael Chitwood said there was no doubt the boys witnessed the attack on their mother.

Belajonas dropped the boys off at a Staten Island CVS store where his brother worked, robbed the drug store and took off. He was found a short time later in his SUV with a fatal gunshot wound to the head.

“That SOB is lucky he shot himself before I got to him,” said 83-year-old Saul Corrigan, the grandfather of murder victim. “He’d have been hamburger.”

He fatally shot himself in the head in Staten Island.

Belajonas’ social media sites depict a man with an affinity for gun, who refers to African Americans as “savages,” SILive reports.

"Wanna shoot someone soooooooo bad right now,” he tweeted in May 2012.

"If you support gun control, please unfriend me today. Thank you!" he wrote in a Facebook post.

Belajonas had a prior arrest on a weapons charge in Drexel Hill and two previous arrests in Staten Island for driving while intoxicated and reckless driving.

Sources: New York Daily News, SILive (2)

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