A Florida man shot his wife of 33 years and attempted suicide after he took to Facebook to accuse his wife of cheating.
Eddie Harris, shot his wife, Shanica Harris, inside of their Liberty home on Saturday, September 28 in front of their two grandchildren. The couple had been together since they were 15 and shared five children and multiple grandchildren. Last week, Harris shared subliminal posts about his wife possibly cheating on him. On the day of the murder, Eddie posted on Facebook that Shanica brought one of her boyfriends to their home as reported by Daily Mail.
Eddie shared subliminal posts about his wife possibly cheating on him. On the day of the murder, Eddie posted on Facebook that Shanica brought one of her boyfriends to their home.
Six days after Eddie bought his wife the luxury car, he took to Facebook to accuse her of cheating.
‘My wife Shanicaharris cheating on the train now she playing sick on the job,’ he posted on September 27. According to social media she works for Miami Dade Transit.
‘Shanicaharris got a f**kboy rides n a white impala around my house,’ he wrote on Facebook.
According to Miami police, Eddie Harris had a rifle in his hand when he had a stand-off against SWAT officers. The two grandchildren, aged 6 and 9, who witnessed their grandmother’s death, were escorted out of the home by Special Response Team members. The children were unharmed. Upon entering the home, investigators found Shanica’s body and Eddie suffering from a self-inflicted gunshot wound after his stand off with police.
On Saturday, the day of the shooting, he took to Facebook to accuse her of trying to harm him and their son.
‘Me and my son here alone she n****r trying to hurt me n my son,’ he wrote.
‘He barricaded himself in the house and kept my sister at blood death, with my grandniece and grandnephew in the house,’ Thomasina Goddard, Shanica’s sister said.
She went on to say: ‘My sister was the sweetest girl you would’ve know. She worked very hard for her kids and family,
Eddie was taken to
the Jackson Memorial Hospital Ryder Trauma Center for treatment. His condition is currently unclear.