BREAKING: John McAfee Found Dead In Prison Cell Following Court Approving US Extradition

By Cassandra Fairbanks

John McAfee was found dead in a Spanish prison cell on Wednesday.

The death of the 76-year-old outspoken political activist and anti-virus software pioneer is currently believed to have been a suicide.

Earlier in the day, Spain’s National Court approved a request for his extradition back to the US.

McAfee frequently tweeted that he would not commit suicide, and that if he was ever found dead, he was killed. He even got a tattoo reading “$WHACKD,” which he tweeted a photo of in 2019.

A year before that tweet he claimed that “if I hang myself, a la Epstein, it will be no fault of mine.”

The eccentric figure was arrested by Spanish authorities on October 3, 2020 at the El Prat Airport at the behest of the US government. He was wanted for evading paying millions of dollars in taxes.

McAfee was facing up to 30 years in prison if convicted.

Zero Hedge reports that earlier this month, McAfee argued in a videolink hearing that charges against him are politically motivated, and that he would die in prison if he was returned to the US.

On June 16, McAfee tweeted, “I have nothing. Yet, I regret nothing.”

The final tweet sent from his account warned of how power corrupts people.

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