Talk:John McAfee

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Why remove citations (yoga) and other facts that are not even up for debate since he said some of the things himself often enough (started business life dealing drugs)? Why remove:

The documentary "The Crazy Life of Millionaire John McAfee" features an interview with one of the women who lived with him at the time, who had her dog poisoned that day and said that she was accused by people to have done the murder.

I think that is relevant, since somebody must have done the shooting and she is implicated if you listen to the short interview in full. You see, I spend some time looking at old clips, interviews etc, and all I put in is valid. -- Sunvalley (talk) 17:58, 23 March 2022 (UTC)

The Crazy Life of Millionaire John McAfee

The Crazy Life of Millionaire John McAfee - SBS Dateline - Nov 5, 2013 [1]

new comment: "SBS Dateline - McAfee's Murder Mystery - commercially-controlled media hit piece gossiping about scandal and omitting the real facts. Nevertheless entertaining."

This short documentary, according to IMDB, has the production company: Special Broadcasting Service (SBS), it names this episode "McAfee's Murder Mystery" and a "star" in it is: ​David O'Shea.[2]

Journeyman Pictures (confirmed account on Youtube) has uploaded a copy of that video on their account.[3] Says "SBS Australia – Ref. 5985" in the text below the video.

David O'Shea has worked with Journeyman Pictures on this and other projects. [4][5]

John McAfee has uploaded a copy of that video to his Youtube channel.[6] He named that upload/video: "Most accurate McAfee profile - Murder Mystery by David O'Shea".[7] He also references SBS Dateline.

Why should there be no mention who produced the video? Why just hit piece when John McAfee has made sort of a recommendation? "The Crazy Life of Millionaire John McAfee" is the title Dateline used for their upload, using the title of the video helps finding it faster again when it get's deleted - but "McAfee's Murder Mystery" is arguably the more correct title. -- Sunvalley (talk) 20:33, 27 March 2022 (UTC)

I actually don't understand. It is still about the current |caption= of the video: "gossiping about scandal and omitting the real facts." What are the real facts? Is it his "Monetary activism" that "The commercially-controlled media blacks out [...] from his corriculum vitae." - A scandal was arguably there, since all went down the way it did. That short doc was produced in 2013. If I carbondate I get "Estimated creation date: 2018-02-23T15:33:04", with I get "Estimated creation date: 2019-10-04T03:34:32" - currently that does not make sense to me. I remember around that time (2014?) he wanted to create a phone with switches that could turn all modems off, but was crypto at that point his focus? Seems to have no bases but I may be wrong.
-- Sunvalley (talk) 19:38, 26 April 2022 (UTC)