For Geraldo Regalado -- half-brother of former New York Yankees pitcher Orlando ``El Duque'' Hernandez -- it was obvious his young, pretty wife was moving on.
``I'm stupid because I had everything and I threw it away,'' he wrote on the Facebook page of his wife, Liazan Molina, 24, whom he had brought to the United States from Cuba in 2007 and called ``the love of my life.''
``My days have no sunshine; the nights have no stars,'' he wrote a week ago.
Another posting on May 30: ``If you ever need me, call me.''
By Sunday night, Regalado's apparent resignation had turned into a rage that left five people dead, including himself.
Regalado, 38, showed up at Yoyito Cafe-Restaurant in Hialeah, just as his estranged wife was ending her waitress shift the second day on the job. Armed with a .45-caliber pistol that he owned, he pulled the trigger nine times, killing Molina, three co-workers and himself. He also wounded three others in a shooting spree that was described by witnesses as total mayhem
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