How did the poison get administered?
That is the question the foreign born A list celebrity wants to know.
It nearly killed him.
His protectors also want to know who did it because, it could easily have been one of them that was poisoned instead.
The near death experience has the A lister ready to reveal a bunch of things, regardless of who it helps or hurts.
That will probably lead to new attempts to kill him.
John McAfee says he has been poisoned, and tells culprits: ‘You will soon understand the true meaning of wrath’
Cyber security pioneer John McAfee has claimed “incompetent enemies” have poisoned him, just one month after telling The Independent that he feared for his life.
The founder of the eponymous antivirus company took to Twitter on Friday, 22 June, to share photos of himself lying in a hospital bed covered in tubes.
“I apologise for my three day absence but I was unconscious for two days at the Vidant Medical Centre in North Carolina and just woke up,” McAfee tweeted.
“My enemies maged [sic] to spike something that i ingested. However, I am more difficult to kill than anyone can possibly imagine. I am back.”
Mr McAfee did not immediately respond to a request for further comment about whether he thought it is related to fears that nefarious actors want to kill him.
In a series of videos posted to YouTube last month, Mr McAfee said issues with the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) had forced him to go on the run.- Source
John McAfee says he’s on the run again – this time from the US government
Cybersecurity pioneer John McAfee says he fears for his life and is on the run after claiming the US government is out to get him.
In a series of videos posted online on Tuesday, Mr McAfee said issues with the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) had forced him into hiding.
Mr McAfee, who is best known for creating the eponymous antivirus software, has recently been involved with various cryptocurrency companies and was served with a subpoena by the SEC in 2016.
“We are in a five vehicle motorcade,” Mr McAfee told The Independent. “All vehicles driven by ex-military special forces and filled to the brim with heavily-armed security personnel. – Source