John Mcafee | Antivirus Software Entrepreneur, Found Dead After Extradition: According to local reports, John McAfee, an entrepreneur of antivirus software that faced extradition from Spain into the United States for tax offenses, was found dead.
The Spanish outlet El Mundo claims that McAfee, arrest in an airport in Barcelona last October, is resuscitate. The Associated Media McAfee was found dead within its cell by a government official. Authorities reported an investigation into the cause of death.
Earlier this day, the Spain National Court approved McAfee’s extradition to the United States for charges relating to taxes carrying a jail term of up to 30 years.
John Mcafee | Antivirus Software Entrepreneur, Found Dead After Extradition
Charges On McAfee
After failing to report income from the promotion of cryptocurrencies while working as consultants and gaining from speaking commitments and selling his life story rights to a documentary, Tennessee prosecutors charged McAfee, 75, with avoiding taxes.
According to the Spanish Court judgment on Wednesday, the charges refer to the three fiscal years from 2016 to 2018.
The attorney Andrew Gordon of McAfee confirmed that Spanish authorities had told him that McAfee had died, he told TODAY in a declaration to the U.S.
“The cause of death we have no comments,” said Gordon. “We worked actively on Mr. McAfee’s case and prepares to fight before the United States courts for his innocence. John is anxious to share his story side.
Biography Of John McAfee
McAfee, a former NASA programmer in the late 1960’s, only resigned from the post-McAfee. Associate by building a cybersafe empire in 1994. Tech giant Intel purchased a $7.68 billion deal from McAfee in 2010.
However, because of the global financial crisis and recession, McAfee’s fortune fell from a reported $100 million peak to $4 million, the New York Times reported. In early 2010, McAfee had a company called Quorum in Belize’s antibiotics business. But his renegade life later came to the fore.
In 2012, the name is “person of interest” in his neighbor’s killing by the authorities of Belize. In 2016, Showtime Aire a documentary about his time in Central America, entitled “Gringo: The Dangerous Life of John McAfee.”
The documentary describes how McAfee “goes away from the grid to live in Belize and builds a compound and a harem. To become a drug-lord and develops an arme police force. Until he suspends and has to make a great escape” for the murder of his neighbor.
During his 2013 invitation to a US TODAY reporter, McAfee kept a 10-armed cache with his host at a Blue Ridge Mountains farmhouse. In addition, McAfee had a cache with him in 2013. As a result, he said a $2 million lifetime contract fell to $650,000.
To escape from a prison in Belize, he said that “he sang, fashioned a heard attack. Also disguised (as a builder)—to return home.”
According to the Hollywood Reporter, another film is making on McAfee, the King of the Jungle, shows in works with Zac Efron.