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John McAfee, the outspoken critic died several months ago under suspicious circumstances in a prison in Spain – officially labeled as “suicide”.

Before his death he declared that he would never commit suicide and was according to his lawyer in a “good spirit. McAfee has now – post mortem – a telegram channel with 310.000 subscribers which publishes personal messages from him and documents.

He himself declared before his death that he would reveal secret information should he die under “suspicious circumstances” or “commit suicide”.

“On 23 June 2021, McAfee was found dead in his prison cell at the Brians 2 Penitentiary Center [canear Barcelona, hours after the Spanish National Court ordered his extradition to the United States on criminal charges filed in Tennessee by the United States Department of Justice Tax Division.[6] The Catalan Justice Department said “everything indicates” he killed himself by hanging.[1][125][126][127] An official autopsy confirmed his suicide.[128][13]

McAfee’s death ignited speculation and conspiracy theories about the possibility that he was murdered. McAfee’s death drew comparisons to the circumstances of the death of American financier Jeffrey Epstein, who was found dead in August 2019 while awaiting trial on sex trafficking charges.[129][130] Several times, McAfee claimed if he were ever found dead by hanging, it would mean he was murdered.[131] Minutes after the report of his death, an image of the letter Q was posted to his Instagram feed (his account was subsequently taken down), apparently in reference to QAnon conspiracy theories.[132][133][134] These theories have been referred to by some journalists as speculative, “bizarre,” and “baseless,” primarily based on McAfee’s own statements.[132][133][134] The day after his death, his lawyer told reporters that while he regularly maintained contact with McAfee in prison, there were no signs of suicidal intent.[135] McAfee’s widow reaffirmed this position in her first public remarks since her husband’s death, and also called for a “thorough” investigation.[136][137]