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Tweets show that John McAfee was released after being detained for four days

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The anti-virus software pioneer has been at large since 2012, and he was accused of involvement in a murder in Belize, but he denied the allegation.

This week's series of tweets said that if he is still detained, the data of the 2020 presidential candidate and the "unbreakable" cryptocurrency wallet developers hidden around the world will be made public.

According to the Associated Press reported on Wednesday afternoon, McAfee was arrested by the armed forces of the Dominican Republic and docked his yacht at Puerto Plata. The Associated Press said that during the arrest, the Dominican authorities seized a variety of high-calibre weapons and ammunition. On July 19th, McAfee released a photo of himself and his wife holding a gun on the yacht.

"John, Janice and his staff are still alive and being confined," Loggia-Ramirez posted a tweet on McAfee's account on Wednesday, adding that McAfee will release more details this week.

McAfee then posted a series of photos on Twitter stating that they would leave the detention facility after "four days of detention."

“I have been treated very well. My supervisor is friendly and helpful. Despite the favorable environment, we have decided to move on later,” he said in a tweet on Wednesday afternoon. McAfee posted his only "crime unsubmitted tax return" on Twitter last week and claimed that the other allegations against him were "publicity campaigns designed by the US government to shut him up." On July 19th, he sent a tweet claiming that the CIA "try to catch us."

"I have good reason to suspect that John McAfee, @theemrsmcafee and other companions have been detained by the authorities at their latest port of call," Loggia-Ramirez posted on McAfee's account on Tuesday.

"If John misses his next check-in, the event will start and they won't stop once they start. John has shared data with individuals around the world. I don't know their identity or location. If John is missing they will release Their payload."

Loggia-Ramirez told CNET that he had no more information about detention, but he and others "are using all possible resources to find him and make sure he is released."

Twitter's post did not say when McAfee's next registration plan was scheduled, but he told CNET in a private Twitter message that "the response has been pre-coordinated in the event of a similar incident, and it involves many mobiles that people don't understand." Piece."

McAfee's campaign manager did not immediately respond to a request for confirmation from the Associated Press.

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