Look What John McAfee’s “Suicide” Note Says

(RoyalPatriot.com )- John McAfee was so much of a prankster that people genuinely believe he was killed in prison. The founder of the McAfee anti-virus software, who was in prison facing extradition to the United States over tax evasion charges, had left cryptic messages before his death suggesting that if he was ever to be found dead he didn’t commit suicide.

It’s something that many people genuinely believe, including his wife. Janice McAfee on Tuesday published a picture of the suicide which she says was found in one of John’s pockets. But the story doesn’t end there.

In the tweet, she said that the note “does not sound anything like someone who has no hope” or is “contemplating ending their life.”

She said that the note actually just sounds like one of John’s tweets. She ended the post with “#NotASuicideNote” and “#JusticeFor JohnMcAfee.”

Well, this is about to get interesting.

Janice, who married John in 2013, said that the handwriting in the note is “suspect” and that she doubts its authenticity. She argued that it reads more like somebody who was trying to imitate her husband’s style of writing or tweeting, and asked that if the note was found in his pocket, where are the marks that would suggest it was folded?

Wardens from the Spanish prison where he was being held said that the body of John McAfee was discovered in June. McAfee’s lawyer Javier Villalba backed up the claim, suggesting his death was in fact a suicide.

We’d share the tweet of the note with you, but the account of McAfee’s widow has been permanently suspended by Twitter…as you would expect.

The note, which you can see by clicking this link, starts with “I am a phantom parasite.”


It goes on to say, “I want o control my future, which does not exist.”

What do you think is going on here?