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Mystery in McAfee’s death and Julian Assange warned | Digital Trends Spanish

A cloak of doubts and conspiracies began to circulate after the death on June 23, John mcafee, the prominent cybersecurity businessman, who would have committed suicide in his cell in Barcelona while awaiting his extradition to the United States.

Several tweets began to circulate on social networks indicating that the British magnate days before his hanging had warned that a suicide would not be something that was premeditated by him.

“I am happy here. I have friends. The food is good. Everything is fine. Know that if I hang up, Epstein-style, it won’t be my fault “, reads the tweet.

RIP John McAfee who died from apparent suicide while awaiting extradition.

Problem is: he was claiming to do well in prison and insisted that & quot; if I hang myself, a la Epstein, it will be no fault of mine & quot; 🤔

& mdash; Coffeezilla (@coffeebreak_YT) June 23, 2021

But that was not all, since in another McAfee tweet, published on November 30, 2019, he warned that he was receiving “Subtle messages” from US government officials that they were going to assassinate him. “If I commit suicide, I did not,” he wrote next to a photo of a tattoo that was made on his arm.

Getting subtle messages from US officials saying, in effect: & quot; We & # 39; re coming for you McAfee! We & # 39; re going to kill yourself & quot ;. I got a tattoo today just in case. If I suicide myself, I didn & # 39; t. I was whackd. Check my right arm.$ WHACKD available only on🙂

& mdash; John McAfee (@officialmcafee) November 30, 2019

Edward Snowden doubts McAfee’s death and puts Julian Assange on alert

In the same order of mystery, former CIA analyst Edward Snowden said from Russia that he is suspicious of what happened with McAfee.

“Europe should not extradite to the United States those accused of non-violent crimes against such an unfair judicial system already a prison system so brutal that the native defendants they would rather die rather than submit to it. Julian Assange could be next. Until the system is reformed, the moratorium must remain ”, commented Snowden in his account of Twitter.

These statements were confirmed by the Russian Foreign Minister, María Zájarova.

“I agree with Edward 100%. Assange has been pressured, tortured, and now we have no idea of what they are doing to him. Then the Anglo-Saxons will issue a press release ”, wrote the diplomat in her Telegram account.

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