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Epstein’s Suicide: John McAfee’s Controversial Claim

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John McAfee, 2020 presidential candidate and founder of the McAfee anti-virus software company, has expressed his controversial opinions regarding the Jeffrey Epstein suicide case across social media, claiming that it was in fact NOT a suicide – so what was it?

In McAfee’s defence of the convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein, he took to twitter, armed with Hillary Clinton memes and the #Epsteindidntkillhimself hashtag, to argue that Epstein’s death was not a suicide. 

“I don’t see how suicide is possible”

McAfee also spoke to News.com.au, making the conspriracy sound rather believable: “His cellmate was taken from his cell six hours before his death, the video cameras were off and the guards in that cell block were sent home early due to cleaning. You add all that stuff up, and I don’t see how a suicide is possible”.

Source: @officialmafee

However, dispite making this bold claim, McAfee refuses to reveal what he believes to be the true cause of Epstein’s death, tweeting that “I didn’t say Epstein was murdered, I said he didn’t commit suicide, not the same thing.”. McAfee’s decision to be as cryptic as possible here is probably for the best considering his involvement in yet another controversy, leading him to flee from the US authorities after being indicted on tax related-charges.

As well as tax evasion, McAfee has also had a handful of other run ins with the law. In 2015 he was arrested for driving under the influence and for the possession of a firearm while intoxicated, not to mention his involvement in the murder case of his neighbour, Gregory Viant Faull, in which he became a person of interest in 2012.

With all of this in mind, how far can we trust the claims of McAfee? Although he provides a convincing argument in favour of the Jeffrey Epstein suicide conspiracy, could this just be an attempt to victimize a fellow criminal?

 

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