Boca News Now reports:
The man who shot his wife twice — then turned the gun on himself in the West Delray Beach BurgerFi parking lot earlier this week — is identified by sources as political activist Steven Alembik. Alembik, Monday night, allegedly shot his wife in the back and arm.
While she ran into BurgerFi while bleeding profusely, he shot and killed himself in their car in the parking lot. She was rushed to Delray Medical Center where she remains in critical condition. He was found dead in his car. Alembik was 72 years old.
From a 2018 Jewish Forward report:
You might think Steven Alembik would delete some of the more incendiary tweets in his feed after the Florida Republican donor caused a firestorm by using the ‘N-word’ about former President Barack Obama, enveloping the campaign of GOP gubernatorial candidate Ron DeSantis in yet another racial controversy.
The in-your-face fan of President Trump and avowed enemy of political correctness made his Twitter feed private. But he didn’t delete at least five offensive tweets made since August that, among other things, refer to Ruth Bader Ginsburg as a “senile fool” who “can’t die soon enough.”
The DeSantis campaign has sought to distance itself from Alembik, but has not returned several donations he made, records show. Florida Gov. Rick Scott, who is running for U.S. Senate, donated Alembik’s donations to charity after the ‘N-word’ Tweet surfaced.
Steve Alembik was a wonderful, and kind hearted man, and I was very sad and shocked to learn of his death today. I wrote about him in my book, as he was the person who gave me the first initial push to run for US Congress in 2020. I made the decision to run for Congress when we… https://t.co/Q7dY3hdjvi pic.twitter.com/2xSIEekiEt
— Laura Loomer (@LauraLoomer) October 12, 2023
This is who Steve Alembik was: pic.twitter.com/AbjUQuxEFu
— Steven Edwards (@misterbigkitty) October 14, 2023
— Cindy (@Cwezel1) October 15, 2023