John McAfee Founder of Antivirus found dead in Spanish Prison. Raise Doubts on US Authorities.

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John McAfee, founder of McAfee Associates Inc. and chief cybersecurity visionary at MGT??Capital Investments Inc., listens during a Bloomberg Television interview on the sidelines of the Shape the Future: Blockchain Global Summit in Hong Kong, China, on Wednesday, Sept. 20, 2017. McAfee, who now runs a bitcoin mining company, says China's banning of initial coin offerings won't halt the momentum of cryptocurrencies globally. Photographer: Anthony Kwan/Bloomberg via Getty Images


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“John McAfee, the controversial antivirus software magnate who’d had multiple recent run-ins with the US law, has died at 75. McAfee was awaiting extradition in a Spanish prison after being charged with tax evasion in the United States last year.McAfee was found dead in his cell in a prison near Barcelona on Wednesday around 1 p.m. ET and a medical examiner is on the scene, a spokeswoman for the Superior Court of Catalonia told CNN. She said the cause of death is under investigation.

John McAfee facing charges for alleged cryptocurrency ‘pump and dump’ scheme on TwitterMcAfee — founder of the eponymous antivirus software firm, with which he is no longer affiliated — was also indicted in March on separate fraud and money laundering charges. The US Department of Justice alleged that he and a business partner participated in a scheme that earned more than $13 million by falsely promoting cryptocurrencies to unwitting investors.The final two decades of McAfee’s life included a somewhat bizarre series of events.In 2012, McAfee briefly vanished after fleeing his home in Belize because local police tried to question him on the death of his neighbor. (He has denied involvement in the death and claimed he fled because he feared for his life.)He spent time in Guatemala, and then moved to Montreal, Canada, where he worked on a documentary about his life. He ran for US president in 2016 as a Libertarian, and launched a new security product that he called “a f—ing game changer.”