Janice McAfee, the wife of the late John McAfee, has refused to accept the “suicide narrative” about her late husband. She demands an investigation and will also disclose any available information made known.
Janice McAfee, the widow of anti-virus pioneer John McAfee, says she can’t “accept the suicide story” until an investigation into her husband’s death is concluded.
In a July 7 Twitter post, McAfee expressed her disbelief that the 75-year-old would murder himself because of looming extradition to the United States to face tax evasion accusations and the risk of life in prison.
On June 23, hours after a Spanish judge ordered his extradition to the United States, the ardent crypto proponent was discovered dead in his detention cell.
Spanish authorities are conducting an official autopsy, but unnamed sources told newspaper El Pais that preliminary results showed the death was caused by suicide.
McAfee called the mainstream media a “malignant cancer” and claimed she had doubts about the “narrative of John’s suicide,” noting that the alleged “suicide note” found in his pocket was never mentioned when she picked up his items from jail and was something the MSM had discovered before she did.
The ruling from Spanish courts, in McAfee’s opinion, would not have pushed John over the brink because he was prepared to challenge the process:
“We had a plan of action in place to begin the appeal process and we discussed plans for the next stages of his legal fight. The extradition would not have happened immediately, it would have taken many months at least.”
“John was a fighter and he had so much more fight left in him. He told me not to worry, we would continue to fight all the necessary appeals,” she added.
Denial is the first of the ‘five stages of grief,’ and many others have publicly acknowledged that McAfee’s suicide was an acceptable response to the predicament he was in, including Edward Snowden and Charles Hoskinson.
However, conspiracy rumours arose rapidly, similar to those that arose after Jeffrey Epstein’s suicide, claiming that McAfee did not commit suicide.
McAfee Antivirus inventor John McAfee boasted in December 2019 that he had enough dirt on the US government to be killed, saying, “If I suicide myself, I didn’t.” I was messed up. Check out my right arm,” he said, referring to his “WHACKD” tattoo.
His bereaved widow believes that an investigation will reveal more information.
“The inquiry into John’s death is still underway, but I will disclose whatever information I have as soon as it becomes available.
Until then, I refuse to believe the ‘suicide’ story promoted by the malignant disease known as the MSM. She remarked, “Their unidentified sources are not to be trusted.”
I cannot begin to describe this pain I am feeling. That everyone who truly loved John is feeling. I have been struggling to write this tweet since the news of John’s death. I still cannot believe he is really gone. I miss you and I will love you forever John David. pic.twitter.com/FnmpaCWxCO
— Janice McAfee (@theemrsmcafee) July 6, 2021