No family should ever have to see their daughter killed and then exhibited world-wide on the internet like some macabre trophy to a husbands anger as was Jennifer Alfonso, Miami Dade States Attorney Katherine Fernandez Rundle said in a statement. Far, far too often this kind of domestic violence leads to injury and death. Thats why we all must end all forms of domestic violence, she said. The gruesome image stayed online and was passed around for at least five hours. Facebook was notified of the content and employees removed the picture and disabled Medinas page and that of his deceased wife, according to Facebook. In his note, Medina accused his wife of abusing him and asked his friends for their understanding for what he did to her because of it. Im going to prison or death sentence for killing my wife love you guys miss you guys takecare Facebook people you will see me in the news, he purportedly wrote. After he killed his wife, authorities say, Medina drove to see his family and then turned himself in to police. After he gave police his address, they drove to the scene, where they found the body. The couples young daughter was still in the house, police have said.
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