It was clear to all of us that something strange had happened with the alleged suicide of John McAfee in the Brian 2 prison in Barcelona, Spain.
The information McAfee spread in recent years against the so-called Deep State in the United States seemed too sensitive for this man not to turn out to be someone uncomfortable while he was alive.
“The reason that the government wanted to collect me was that after they had raided my property in 2012 in the jungle—shot my dog, abused me, destroyed a half million dollars worth of my property over a bogus charge. I was pissed off. And so I donated to many secretaries within the government. Laptop computers, really nice ones, that were preloaded with viral spyware, within a week, the entire government computer system was under my control, I was watching, monitoring, listening. I was looking for information that they had set me up for that raid. I didn’t find that. I did find out that the minister of national defense was the largest drug trafficker in all of Central America and the minister of immigration, the largest human trafficker,” said McAfee in a February 2019 interview with Adult Swim presenter Jena Friedman.
Did you read what McAfee said in this interview? He claimed that he had spied on the U.S. government and that he had in his possession an enormous amount of information about the illicit activities of the Deep State.
Impressive, isn’t it? But stay right there because now we learn something else.
Remember the Miami building that inexplicably collapsed on June 24, leaving several people dead?
Pay attention to these facts:
The condo was called Champlain Towers and was located at 8777 Collins Avenue, almost at the intersection of 88th Street, of a little town called Surfside, which is located in Miami-Dade County, a few miles north of Miami Beach.
It turns out that fearing that something could happen to his life, last June 8, McAfee claimed that he had 31 terabytes of compromising Deep State files stored in… Can you guess where?
“If anything happens to me, please know that the 31TB of files I have are located on hard drives in my condo near 88th Street and Collins Avenue just north of Miami Beach.”
The image of this tweet has been widely circulated on the Internet. But it should be clarified that the tweet does not appear in the current feed of McAfee’s Twitter account. It may have been deleted or the image may have been created in Photoshop.
What is certain is that McAfee had previously tweeted that it had in its possession 31 terabytes of government secrets.
On June 9, 2019 he tweeted from Cuba:
“I’ve collected files on corruption in goverments. For the first time, I’m naming names and specifics. I’ll begin with a corrupt CIA agent and two Bahamian officials. Coming today. If I’m arrested or disappear, 31 + terrabytes of incriminating data will be released to the press.”
McAfee turned up dead allegedly on the afternoon of Wednesday, June 23 and the building mysteriously collapsed just a few hours later at about 2am on Thursday, June 24.
What a coincidence, isn’t it?
McAfee was known for freely and openly speaking his mind.
This influential, multi-millionaire tech businessman rubbed shoulders with the elite, but could he have repented and collaborated with the patriots by exposing the evils of the satanic, globalist elite?
In 2018 he acknowledged that he had eaten children in the past and then stopped.
And as we said, he had indeed in recent times been engaged in exposing the deep corruption that reigns in the bowels of U.S. federal agencies.
Back in 2019 he had warned in a tweet that he was receiving “subtle messages” from U.S. government officials warning him that they were going to kill him and make it look like a suicide.
Yes, shocking. And this was two years before he finally turned up lifeless.
To dispel any doubt that if he turned up dead, it wasn’t going to be a suicide, the tech entrepreneur showed via social media a photo of himself with a tattoo with the name of his own cryptocurrency: “whackd.”
After that came the arrest in Spain in October 2020 to be extradited to the United States.
At that time, probably sensing a tragic outcome, he warned his followers that, despite the arrest, he was “content” and that if he appeared lifeless it was not going to be because of a suicide.
This he said in a tweet:
“I am content in here. I have friends. The food is good. All is well. Know that if I hang myself, a la Epstein, it will be no fault of mine.”
McAfee was fully aware that he had powerful enemies targeting him for his shocking statements.
The creator of the popular antivirus released this video in July 2020, referring to the “deep state” in the US.
Just a week after the video was released, a warrant was issued for McAfee’s arrest and he was detained in Spain.
Less than a year later he was found dead in a prison cell.
To close this disturbing story—which so far leaves more unknowns than certainties—just a couple of hours after his death, the letter Q appeared on McAfee’s Instagram, leading many to infer that the Patriot Alliance could also be involved in this disturbing case.
Hopefully, in the not too distant future, the truth will be revealed.