MADRID (AP) — A judge in northeastern Spain has ordered an autopsy on the remains of John McAfee, the gun-loving antivirus pioneer, cryptocurrency promoter and occasional politician who died in a cell pending extradition to the United States for allegedly evading millions in unpaid taxes. A forensic team would need to perform toxicology tests on McAfee’s body to determine the cause of death. Authorities have said that everything at the scene indicated that the 75-year-old tycoon killed himself. McAfee’s Spanish lawyer, Javier Villalba, said the entrepreneur’s death had come as a surprise to his wife and other relatives.
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