John McAfee Commits Suicide In Spanish Jail

John David McAfee was a computer programmer, businessman. He is also a two-time official applicant who unsuccessfully asked the Libertarian Party for a proposal for director of the U.S. in 2016 and 2020. 

The formal examination on the body of John McAfee explained he committed suicide in the Spanish jail cell where he was expecting extradition to the U.S., El Pais paper announced on Monday, quoting unnamed references familiar to the circumstances.

Software magnate McAfee, 75, was discovered draped in his room on Wednesday by jail officials in what seemed to be a suicide, his attorney announced last week.

On Friday, his attorney Javier Villalba said that McAfee’s widow Janice had invited him to ask for a second, autonomous examination once the initial was premiered.

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Janice McAfee announced on Friday that her hubby was not suicidal. Clothed in black and carrying hidden sunglasses, she told journalists outside the Barcelona-arena Brians 2 prison, where her hubby had been taken as October. She had last talked to him some hours before he was found dead.

“His last words to me were ‘I like you, and I will request you in the nightfall,’ those statements are not words of someone who is suicidal”. She replied, taking back tears.

“I criticize the U.S. governments for this misfortune. Because of these politically motivated statements upon him, my hubby is now dead,” she stated. Figuring that he intended to appeal upon Spain’s high court law, declared a few hours before his passing, that approved his extradition on tax avoidance costs.

Janice McAfee stated she required careful research into the events of the death of her hubby.

British-born McAfee, who started the world’s initial commercial anti-virus software in 1987, was confined last October at the Barcelona runway. He had survived for years on the flow from U.S. governments, some of that time aboard a megayacht.

He was accused in Tennessee of tax avoidance costs and was charged in a cryptocurrency scam case in New York. Describing her hubby as a soldier who “had faith that things would work out”. Janice McAfee continued: “I don’t think he did this; I will receive responses.”

McAfee shared his room with a different prisoner but was single when he died, a prison reference stated.

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