John McAfee: Sex Trafficking Ring Behind Assassination Attempt

John McAfee: Sex Trafficking Ring Behind Assassination Attempt

Mcafee Tweeted: $5,000 reward for capture of ‘assassin’

John McAfee seems to be recovering well from his alleged ‘assassination attempt‘ and now claims to know the identity of the motorcyclist who he claims is a “wanted sex trafficker.”

Mcafee Tweeted: $5,000 reward for anyone who can provide the full name, address and phone number of this man. No questions asked. Your confidentiality is assured. DM ME.

Mcafee reappeared a few days ago after being admitted to Hosptial, then reappeared on Twitter on Friday to confirm rumors circulating that CIA operatives had tried to poison him.

“I apologize for my three-day absence but I was unconscious for two days at the Vidant Medical Center in North Carolina and just woke up,” Macafee wrote.

“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.

”The alleged attempt on his life comes not long after McAfee warned that CIA operatives were working to silence him for exposing their rogue organization and the phony Russia witch-hunt.”

McAfee gave no further details of the ordeal before returning to Twitter to claim he knew the alleged attacker.

On Tuesday, he wrote on Twitter that he would no longer be working with cryptocurrency ICOs or recommending them, “due to SEC threats.”

“Due to SEC threats, I am no longer working with ICOs nor am I recommending them, and those doing ICOs can all look forward to arresting,” he wrote.

“It is unjust but it is a reality. I am writing an article on an equivalent alternative to ICOs which the SEC cannot touch. Please have Patience.

According to RT, McAfee has been promoting Docademic, which is focused on “reshaping the medical world.”

He credited the company with urging him to seek medical assistance after his latest poisoning.

It appears he made a quick recovery, as he followed up news of his poisoning with a tweet announcing his new crypto wallet.

Of course, after spending so much time promoting obviously scammy ICOs, we imagine there’s a large pool of people who’ve bought into these scams who probably don’t have the warmest feelings toward McAfee.

And let’s not forget his promise to “eat his dick” on national television if bitcoin doesn’t hit $500,000 by the end of 2020.

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