In the year before the rampage at the Fort Lauderdale airport, accused killer Esteban Santiago was arrested on domestic violence charges and became estranged from the mother of his newborn son, lost his military rank, and then his job with the Alaska National Guard. To many who crossed paths with the 26-year-old Puerto Rico transplant and decorated Iraq War combat veteran, the man once known as soft-spoken, even withdrawn, seemed to be losing his grip on reality . . .
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