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BREAKING: John McAfee's Wife Says He Was 'Not Suicidal' And Promised To Call Her That Evening, Blames U.S. Authorities For His Death

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The widow of software pioneer Janice McAfee has released her first public statement since McAfee’s alleged “suicide” in custody on Wednesday, in which she blames U.S. authorities for his death and confirms that McAfee was not suicidal, and had promised to call later in the evening on the day of his death. “He would never quit this way, he would never take his life in this way,” she stated.

“John McAfee was not suicidal,” Janice McAfee said on Friday. “I spoke with him a few hours before he was found dead, we spoke about the court’s decision to extradite him to the U.S. It did not come as a surprise to either of us, we were prepared for that decision and had a plan of action already in place to appeal that decision.”

Janice McAfee also stated, “I blame the U.S. authorities for this tragedy. Because of these politically motivated charges against him, my husband is now dead.” She added,” His last words to me were, ‘I love you and I will call you in the evening’, those words are not words of someone who is suicidal. All John wanted to do is spend his remaining years fishing and drinking. He did not deserve to die in a filthy prison like a caged animal.”

“We knew that there would be an uphill battle to continue to fight this situation, but he’s a fighter, he’s always a fighter, and anybody that knows John that knows him even a little bit knows that about him,” Janice McAfee said. “He would never quit this way, he would never take his life in this way.”

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“I don’t believe he did this and I will get answers,” Janice McAfee added. “I want answers of how this was able to happen.”

McAfee repeatedly warned that the U.S. government might “suicide” him in jail, even stating, “I am content in here. I have friends. The food is good. All is well. Know that if I hang myself, a la Epstein, it will be no fault of mine.”

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