Antivirus Guru John McAfee Says Jeffrey Epstein Did Not Kill Himself

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Founder of McAfee anti-virus company, John McAfee, said that Jeffery Epstein's death was not a suicide as conditions under which he died were suspicious.

Written By Ruchit Rastogi | Mumbai | Updated On:
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Founder of McAfee anti-virus company, John McAfee, is of the opinion that Jeffery Epstein's death was not a suicide. John added that Epstein was 6'1 and he hanged himself from a bed in his jail cell that was only 5'7 that snapped his neck in multiple places in a way similar to someone being physically strangled. He further pointed out that on the fateful day Epstein's cellmate was taken away from the cell, the CCTV's were switched off and the prison guards in that particular cell block were sent home early because of cleaning; all these indicate that it is not a suicide.

A bold statement by John McAfee

McAfee posted a tweet and justified himself by saying that he did not say Jeffery was murdered neither did he say that Jeffery committed suicide. 

The 76-year-old has been living on a yacht for quite some time now and states that the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is after him on charges of evading tax.

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Victims pour out anger

On August 27, New York witnessed testimonials from 16 women who were sexually abused by Jeffrey Epstein, labeling him a coward and a manipulator. This event took place after the judge presiding over this case granted them permission to speak which they were earlier denied when Epstein committed suicide in his jail cell.

One victim, Jennifer Araoz who accused Epstein of sexually assaulting her in his mansion in New York when she was only 15-year-old and aspiring actor, said: “The fact I will never have a chance to face my predator in court eats away at my soul". She also stated, “Even in death, Epstein is trying to hurt me. I had hoped to at last get an apology, but this evil man had no remorse or care for what he did to anyone.

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The accusers let out their anger over Jeffrey Epstein's supposed felony and his death in his jail cell on August 10 in the sex-trafficking case that involved a lot of teenage girls. The women wished to speak out hoping that it will help other people as well.

Actor Anoushka De Georgiou who was sexually abused when she was in her teens said: “I was a victim, but I will not remain a victim and be silent for one more day. Although I think it’s tragic when anybody dies before their time, I’m extremely relieved that Jeffrey Epstein will not be in a position to hurt any more children or any more women".

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(With inputs from agencies)

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