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John McAfee’s widow releases late husband’s alleged suicide note


The widow of deceased antivirus pioneer John McAfee, has released the alleged suicide note of her late husband in a post on Twitter Tuesday.  

‘Here is the alleged suicide note found in John’s pocket,’ Janice tweeted. ‘This note does not sound anything like someone who has no hope and is contemplating ending their life. This note sounds like one of John’s tweets. #NotASuicideNote #JusticeForJohnMcAfee.’ 

Janice, who married the software entrepreneur in 2013, said she did not believe John was behind the note and that the handwriting was not a match.

‘The handwriting is suspect & I doubt the authenticity of the note,’ she tweeted. 

‘It reads more like someone trying to imitate John’s style of tweeting. And if this note was found in his pocket where are the markings of the note being folded into his pocket? #NotASuicideNote #JustForJohnMcAfee.’

Prison wardens found the body of the tech mogul hanging in his cell in June, in what appeared to be a suicide, his lawyer Javier Villalba said. 

The widow of deceased antivirus pioneer John McAfee, has released the alleged suicide note of her late husband in a post on Twitter Tuesday. In this photo, Janice McAfee (right) is pictured with her late husband, John (left) 

Numerous parts of letter appear to scribbled out, and have not been officially transcribed in their entirety

Numerous parts of letter appear to scribbled out, and have not been officially transcribed in their entirety

After releasing the letter, Janice accused Spanish officials of a 'cover-up' after she failed to receive 'the death certificate, the official autopsy report, or the official report from the prison.'

After releasing the letter, Janice accused Spanish officials of a ‘cover-up’ after she failed to receive ‘the death certificate, the official autopsy report, or the official report from the prison.’

Janice says the 'suicide note' handwriting doesn't appear to match John's previous handwriting - picture in a note he tweeted in 2018
Numerous parts of letter appear to scribbled out, and have not been officially transcribed in their entirety

McAfee’s handwriting in 2018, left, compared with his handwriting in his ‘suicide note’, right

The suicide note was found in the pocket of McAfee who was found dead in a Spanish prison cell in June.  

Numerous parts of letter appear to scribbled out, and have not been officially transcribed in their entirety.  

‘I am a phantom parasite,’ the letter begins, with another section reading, ‘I want to control my future, which does not exist.’ 

The letter revelation was made by an official source familiar with the investigation who told the Associated Press that the note had been found on McAfee at the time of his death. 

The source, who was not authorized to speak about the ongoing judicial inquiry, refused to comment on the contents of the note.

An official autopsy has confirmed McAfee died by suicide in a Spanish prison cell where he was awaiting extradition to the U.S. 

Janice says the 'suicide note' handwriting doesn't appear to match John's previous handwriting - picture in a note he tweeted in 2018

Janice says the ‘suicide note’ handwriting doesn’t appear to match John’s previous handwriting – picture in a note he tweeted in 2018 

Although Spanish officials stated John's death was self-inflicted, Janice (pictured) has continuously argued her husband was not suicidal

Although Spanish officials stated John’s death was self-inflicted, Janice (pictured) has continuously argued her husband was not suicidal

An official autopsy has confirmed McAfee (pictured) died by suicide in a Spanish prison cell where he was awaiting extradition to the U.S.

An official autopsy has confirmed McAfee (pictured) died by suicide in a Spanish prison cell where he was awaiting extradition to the U.S.

McAfee’s ‘suicide note’ transcribed in entirety

Editors note: The majority of McAfee’s ‘suicide note’ was crossed out. The wording below is what was transcribable.  

‘I am a phantom parasite. The present moments (indecipherable) I use it to attain my own needs.

Instead of fully living it (indecipherable)…  ‘I want to control my future, which does not exist.

By using the present and the past as the controller (indecipherable) through knowledge (indecipherable), of my past (indecipherable) which are mere ashes of memory.’ 

Although Spanish officials stated John’s death was self-inflicted, Janice has continuously argued her husband was not suicidal.   

‘His last words to me were ‘I love you and I will call you in the evening,’ the 38-year-old told reporters outside the Brians 2 penitentiary northwest of Barcelona last month, where she recovered her late husband’s belongings. 

She said they spoke earlier on the day he was found dead and made no indication that he wanted to take his own life.

‘Those words are not words of somebody who is suicidal,’ she added.   

After releasing the letter, Janice accused Spanish officials of a ‘cover-up’ after she failed to receive ‘the death certificate, the official autopsy report, or the official report from the prison.’

‘I understand that things take time but the lack of cooperation from the Spanish authorities only confirms our suspicions that they have something to hide,’ she tweeted. 

Janice also confirmed she was able to see John’s body, but complained that she could only see his ‘head through a window at the facility where they are keeping him,’ in a follow-up tweet on Saturday.

‘His entire body from the neck down was covered with a sheet & blanket,’ she tweeted.



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