submitted by Empire_of_the_Mind to news 1 month ago
John McAfee&#039;s last name is known to almost every computer user. The programmer made it the name of his antivirus &mdash; the first in the world. Today, it is second in popularity only to the Russian Kaspersky.
Last year, a 74-year-old businessman was detained inSpain at the request of the US authorities. From prison, he sent a tweet: &quot;... If I hang myself a la Epstein, it won&#039;t be my fault.&quot;On June twenty-third, McAfee was found hanged in his cell.
Jeffrey Epstein was a legendary New York pimp. Among his clients were almost all VIPs in England and the United States, including Bill Clinton and Britain&#039;s Prince Andrew. In 2019, Epstein was arrested. The world waited with bated breath for his testimony. But somehow, surprisingly, Epstein committed suicide. He hanged himself in solitary confinement, where, in theory, he should have been under round-the-clock surveillance. At the autopsy, multiple fractures were found on his neck, most likely characteristic of murder. The general opinion of Americans about his death was reflected in the famous tweet of a Trump aide: Epstein was Hillaried &ndash; &ldquo;Epstein was hillaried&quot;.
Now, literally the same thing happened to an American entrepreneur in a Spanish prison. Similarly, there are no prerequisites for suicide. The same strange circumstances of death: like Epstein, McAfee was supposed to share a cell with another prisoner, but right before his death, for some reason, he was left alone. The Spanish authorities are also frostbitten: well, a prisoner hanged himself, what&#039;s the problem?