John McAfee was found dead in his cell in a Barcelona prison just hours after a Spanish court approved his extradition to the United States, where he was facing charges of tax evasion and other financial crimes.

However, serious questions have been raised about whether the founder of one of the world’s most famous anti-virus programs was murdered by the deep state.

McAfee, 75, was found in his cell in Sant Esteve Sesrovires prison on Wednesday night June 23.

According to the Spanish Ministry of Justice, “everything indicates that it could be a suicide.”

But was it really? What did McAfee know?

Earlier the same day of his death, a Spanish court had ruled to allow his extradition to the United States on charges of evading taxes between 2014 and 2018, which could have landed him in prison for up to 30 years.

U.S. authorities also had civil charges pending against McAfee for approximately $13 million in proceeds from cryptocurrency schemes.

McAfee was arrested in Spain in October 2020 and jailed as a “flight risk” pending his extradition hearing.

However, judging by the information that has since been revealed and hinted at by the creator of the famous antivirus, many are wondering if he was actually murdered by the deep state.

McAfee was known for freely and openly speaking his mind….

In a 2019 tweet, he warned that he was receiving “subtle messages” from U.S. government officials warning him that they would kill him and make it look like a suicide.

Yes, shocking. And this was two years before he finally turned up lifeless.

To remove 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.

At that time, probably sensing a tragic outcome, he warned his followers that, despite the arrest, he was “content” and that if he turned up 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 good. 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 posted, 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.

In that period, McAfee had promised to release 31 terabytes of information about the globalist elite and the hidden powers that rule the world.

In this context, the hypothesis of suicide is, to say the least, flimsy.

One of those who spoke out recently was Charles Nader, the CEO of doc.com, a doctor and one of John McAfee’s closest friends.

In an interview with the Spanish portal OKDIARIO he said: “I doubt that he committed suicide, I would like to see the evidence.”

And the one who also spoke was Edward Snowden, the former NSA agent who is also being pursued by his country’s justice for revealing the gigantic plan of illegal espionage by intelligence agencies.

In an enigmatic tweet, Snowden warned that McAfee’s case would not be isolated and that the next on the list could be the founder of Wikileaks, Julian Assange.

To close this disturbing story—which so far leaves more unknowns than certainties— just a couple of hours after his death, on McAfee’s Instagram appeared the letter “Q,” which makes many 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.