(Washington Post) When Enrique Marquez didn't show up on Friday, Dec. 4, for his shift as a doorman at Morgan's Tavern, a pirate-themed neighborhood bar in nearby Riverside that's popular with the punk-rock crowd, his co-workers became concerned. Then they saw a strange, garbled note that he had posted on his Facebook page after midnight that Thursday:
"I'm. Very sorry sguys. It was a pleasure."
The co-workers feared that he might have become suicidal. In fact, he'd checked himself into a mental health facility sometime in the immediate aftermath of the Dec. 2 shooting rampage here in which a husband and wife killed 14 people using assault rifles that Marquez had purchased several years earlier.
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Marquez, quickly tracked down by the FBI, has been cooperating with the extensive investigation of the massacre carried out by Marquez's former neighbor, Syed Rizwan Farook, and Farook's Pakistani wife, Tashfeen Malik.