McAfee’s Widow Doesn’t Believe He Died By Suicide
The widow of John McAfee, the controversial anti-virus inventor who was found dead in a prison cell last month, posted a letter stating that she doesn’t believe he died from suicide, and that the media is taking part in a larger cover up.
Janice McAfee said she spoke to him twice the morning he died, and he showed no signs of suicide.
“The story of John’s ‘suicide’ was already prepared and presented to the public before I or his attorneys were even notified of his death,” she claims in the letter.
“John should have never spent a day in prison let alone nearly nine months.
“In our last conversations we spoke about the courts decision to extradite him to the US.
“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 letter continues “He told me to be strong and not to worry, we would continue to fight all the necessary appeals. His last words to me were I love you, I will call you in the evening but sadly that call never happened.”
She also said she learned of John’s death via a DM on Twitter, and that the suicide note found in his pocket is an invention of the press.
“And now it’s conveniently reported that there was a ‘suicide note’ found in his pocket, something that was not mentioned when I collected John’s belongings from the prison and another piece of information the media somehow got a hold of before myself and John’s attorneys.”
Read the entire letter, below.
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