Facebook takes down killer dad's profile after his page was inundated with ...

Facebook has removed an evil dad's profile after it was inundated with furious messages when he burned his three children alive and stabbed himself in the chest.

Failed NRL player Rowan Charles Baxter, 42, died after killing his family by dousing them in petrol and setting them alight at Camp Hill in Brisbane's south-east on Wednesday. 

Aaliyah, 6, Laianah, 4, and Trey, 3, all died inside their mother Hannah Clarke's car on their way to school. Ms Clarke died from her injuries in hospital on Wednesday night. 

After the horrific murder-suicide, the fitness fanatic's Facebook page was flooded with thousands of hate messages. 

By Thursday night the Facebook page was removed from the site. 

Hannah Clarke (pictured, far left) died along with her three children after her estranged husband Rowan (centre) set their car on fire in a horrific murder-suicide

Hannah Clarke (pictured, far left) died along with her three children after her estranged husband Rowan (centre) set their car on fire in a horrific murder-suicide

 

Mourners are leaving angry messages on Baxter's Facebook page (pictured) after he murdered his estranged wife and three children

Mourners are leaving angry messages on Baxter's Facebook page (pictured) after he murdered his estranged wife and three children

Prior to the deactivation Baxter's Facebook page had been turned into a memorial page

Prior to the deactivation Baxter's Facebook page had been turned into a memorial page

Daily Mail Australia understands the account was removed as it breached Facebook's Violence and Criminal Behaviour policy.  

Prior to the deactivation Baxter's account had been turned into a memorial page. 

Ms Clarke's has not yet been given the same treatment.

Social media users took to Baxter's page before it was taken down to express their anger at his actions. 

'Enjoy hell, you dirty, evil, possessive b*****d,' one person wrote.

'Eternal suffering is still not enough for you.'

Baxter's Facebook page has been taken down after it was inundated with messages of disgust after he murdered his three children

Baxter's Facebook page has been taken down after it was inundated with messages of disgust after he murdered his three children

 

 

One person wrote on Baxter's Facebook page that there was a 'place in hell' reserved for him

One person wrote on Baxter's Facebook page that there was a 'place in hell' reserved for him

This is the white Kia Sportage SUV that went up in flames in Camp Hill, in Brisbane's south east, at about 8.20am on Wednesday (pictured)

This is the white Kia Sportage SUV that went up in flames in Camp Hill, in Brisbane's south east, at about 8.20am on Wednesday (pictured)

Baxter littered his social media pages with pictures of his children, calling them 'his world' just weeks before he was to burn them alive

Baxter littered his social media pages with pictures of his children, calling them 'his world' just weeks before he was to burn them alive

'I am atheist, but with my heart I hope I am wrong and that there is a hell for monsters like this,' one woman wrote.

'He deserves to burn for eternity. Rest in peace the mother and the three beautiful innocent children. So sickeningly sad.'

Another added: 'Such horror. There's a dark place in hell for someone who sets their children on fire. Bless their and their mother's souls. They deserved so much more.'

One person simply asked, underneath a picture of one of his young daughters: 'How can you take a life so precious?' 

One woman said: 'Do not feel sorry for this man - don't make excuses for him and say he was suffering mental health issues over the break up of his marriage. 

'This man is a murderer, a coward, a control freak, a face of domestic violence.'

One commenter called Baxter a 'psychopath' (pictured) after he killed his estranged wife and three kids

One commenter called Baxter a 'psychopath' (pictured) after he killed his estranged wife and three kids

Another wrote on Baxter's Facebook page that there was 'no excuse for what he did' (pictured)

Another wrote on Baxter's Facebook page that there was 'no excuse for what he did' (pictured)

The heroic tradesman (pictured, left) suffered burns to his hand as he desperately tried to free the children from the burning car

The heroic tradesman (pictured, left) suffered burns to his hand as he desperately tried to free the children from the burning car

Hannah Clarke (pictured with her son Trey) in a beach snap

Hannah Clarke (pictured with her son Trey) in a beach snap

Baxter littered his social media pages with pictures of his children, calling them 'his world' just weeks before he was to burn them alive. 

It comes as a brave builder working near the murder-suicide spoke out about his desperate attempts to save the children's lives. 

Along with his brother, the worker sprinted to the scene of Wednesday's massacre and tried to free the children as their car became engulfed by flames.

He burned his hand trying to pry the car door open to rescue the kids, after seeing their badly burned mother crying out for help.

'Me and my brother were down here working, he saw some smoke and started running. I naturally followed and yelled out for the boys,' he told Sunrise.

'As we got out there, the car's on fire and there's a lady on the ground screaming and a fella standing there on fire.

Baxter's social media pages are filled with pictures of his children, calling them 'my world' (pictured). He was to murder them all just weeks later

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Baxter's social media pages are filled with pictures of his children, calling them 'my world' (pictured). He was to murder them all just weeks later

The shocking murder-suicide that has left Australia reeling unfolded just metres from the home of Ms Clarke's parents on Raven Street, Camp Hill, as she drove her children to school

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