John McAfee claims employees plotted to kill him

 John McAfee claims employees plotted to kill him

John McAfee, founder of the namesake antivirus company, claims that he has proof that two of his employees plotted to kill him, adding another twist to an increasingly bizarre story.

John McAfee, founder of the namesake antivirus company, claims that he has proof that two of his employees plotted to kill him, adding another twist to an increasingly bizarre story.

 
McAfee is wanted by police in Belize for questioning about the murder of his neighbour, Gregory Faull, which he denies he committed, but now he says that he was the victim of a murder plot.
 
He posted a transcript of a conversation that allegedly occurred between an ex-employee and another employee, which he said he taped using secret recording devices on the grounds of his $1.5 million property.
 
The post shows the men discussing planting a bomb at McAfee's house and calling officials in the police force, which they suggest are involved in the conspiracy. If the recording is genuine this would explain McAfee's fear that the police will kill him if he hands himself in for questioning.
 
 John McAfee claims employees plotted to kill him
 
The employees worked for McAfee after his departure from the security firm. The plot seems to focus on the fact that the first employee was sacked, but McAfee plans to upload a transcript of a second recording that he says will expose the man's links with the government.
 
McAfee also revealed he received a handwritten death threat, demanding a payment of $150,000. Not trusting the police, McAfee opted for a private investigator instead, forcing his employees and guards to copy the note in their own handwriting, but none matched. His four dogs were also poisoned, which police believe may be linked to the murder of Faull.
 
Recently McAfee revealed a number of disguises he claims he has been using to evade police and journalists, but he denies being as paranoid as many reports have claimed. In a spat with a journalist at Wired he revealed that he fed false information, such as purposely strange tales about “frogmen coming out of the sea.” Something tells us that we can expect plenty more revelations in the coming weeks.
 
Source: The Telegraph