World threatened extradition, John McAfee gives birth in prison, in Spain

13:20  24 june  2021
13:20  24 june  2021 Source:   clubic.com

US antivirus software creator fights extradition from Spain

  US antivirus software creator fights extradition from Spain MADRID (AP) — Detained antivirus software entrepreneur John McAfee testified in a Spanish court Tuesday as part of his fight against extradition to the United States, where he is wanted on tax-related criminal charges that carry a prison sentence of up to 30 years. McAfee, 75, appeared from prison via videolink at a hearing in Spain’s National Court. He argued that the charges against him are politically motivated and said he would spend the rest of his life in prison if he was returned to the United States, according to a report by private Spanish news agency Europa Press.A Spanish judge is set to rule in coming days on whether he should be extradited.

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at a few hours from extradition to the United States, John McAfee gave himself the Death in the cell of a prison near Barcelona.

The news fell a few hours ago, driven by the voice of the local prison authorities.

John McAfee, the pioneering founder of the antivirus of the same name gave birth in a prison in Catalonia in Barcelona region.

On the side of the Ministry of Justice, the information is somewhat more distilled since the official statement does not mention the identity of the deceased. The official announcement indicates that a 75-year-old inmate of extradition procedure to the United States was found without life in the cell he occupied. Following this macabre discovery, the efforts and means deployed to bring it back to life have remained in vain. The famous millionaire has been declared dead by doctors.

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John McAfee charged for tax evasion and illegal promotion of Crypto-money

pending extradition for tax fraud

McAfee was detained in prison following his arrest in October 2020 at Barcelona airport. His suicide would find his reasons vis-à-vis the green light given a few hours before by the Spanish justice at his extradition to the United States. Several accusations were withdrawn against him, including tax fraud on US soil. The main involved would also have camouflaged real estate as well as luxury vehicles by assigning them to third-party names.

The request for extradition against him was filed last November, McAfee is accused of failing to declare his income, namely ten million euros, won between 2014 and 2018.

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Cryptomonnaie Guru on Twitter

John McAfee has built his fortune and reputation around his famous antivirus created in 1987 and widely used on computers in the years 2000. Entrepreneur in the soul, it would have been put in the viewfinder of the American intelligence services because of its doubtful guru activity in the middle of the cryptomonnaie. This has earned him a law enforcement last March even though he claimed winning 2000 dollars a day from his million Followers on Twitter.

a few minutes after McAfee's death, an image was posted on his official Instagram account (which is no longer online). Playing the mystery card, the illustration consists of a letter "q". This could refer to the matches of conspiracy across Atlantic, precisely Qanon in this case. John McAfee was known for his link with certain theories, so that this post instagram now the doubt within the followers of the movement in question.

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source: theverge

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