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Debian Linux founder, Ian Murdock dead – Find out what really happened

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Was it a natural death, or something else that killed Debian Linux founder Ian Murdock

Ian Murdock, who was well known for being the founder of the Debian Linux operating system as well as the creator of apt-get, passed away. The individual was 42 years old and we are confident that his sudden passing will definitely put the software community in a very emotional state at this current time. However, while the intelligent individual contributed a lot to the software universe, the mystery surrounding his death is rather shocking. This is because according to the details of his Twitter account, Ian Murdock tweeted the following:

“I’m committing suicide tonight.. do not intervene as I have many stories to tell and do not want to them to die with me #debian #runnerkristy67”

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A blog post on Docker spoke very highly of Ian Murdock as it states the following:

“It is with great sadness that we inform you that Ian Murdock passed away on Monday night. This is a tragic loss for his family, for the Docker community, and the broader open source world; we all mourn his passing. To Ian’s children, family and loved ones, we offer our full support and deepest sympathies.”

At this current point, the cause of his death is uncertain and could come from a number of reasons. However, since he tweeted through his official over a definite intention of committing suicide, it is quite possible that Ian Murdock might have taken his life, but the reasons which would drive him to such a path are currently not known. However, at the same time, some people speculated that the official Twitter account of Murdock had been hacked and someone wanted to troll his fan base.
A few days ago, Ian Murdock posted out some tweets suggesting that he became a victim of police brutality.

Considering himself as a law abiding citizen, Murdock stated that a female police officer had ripped his underwear, which is equivalent to rape. It is possible that the emotional trauma suffered by Murdock due to these incidents might have caused him to take his life, but the individual has no history of physical or emotional abuse, which once again brings us back to the subject that the cause of death is still unknown.

We will continue to update you on what exactly transpired but if we are speaking from a person belonging to a software community, then we have lost a gem of an individual.

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6 Comments

  1. Anyone who can shape IT world like Ian has great intuition and knows what is going to happen and what is happening !

    People kill themselves when there is no other option,,, but being skilled IT guy, he has too many options to pay back to police other than killing himself. The news are lies

  2. ELIAS Alemayehu on

    People kill themselves when there is no other option,,, but being skilled IT guy, he has too many options to pay back to police other than killing himself. The news are lies

  3. The killing plot was cooked in the grand lodge of freemasons in London; exactly as it has been throughout the history. Freemasons governments tried to bribe Ian to have security hole within Debain, and when he refused he got what JFK and others got!

  4. Pretty crappy to use the tag line “Find out what really happened” when you don’t provide any information as to what really happened.

  5. research the original CEO of Webroot Software.

    “Webroot was founded in 1997 when entrepreneur Steven Thomas launched Webroot’s first commercial product, a trace removal agent called Webroot Window Washer.”

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Webroot

    “Founded in 1997 and headquartered in Colorado, Webroot is the largest privately held internet security company in the United States – operating globally”

    http://www.webroot.com/us/en/company/about/

    “Webroot Founder Dies in Hawaii”

    http://www.pcworld.com/article/148397/article.html

    More:

    http://www.denverpost.com/business/ci_9902780
    http://www.theregister.co.uk/2008/07/14/webroot_founder_dead/

    & Google for more. Another strange death. A lot of the reports, one which sounded rather high tech or possibly UFO oriented, were scrubbed from the web.

    My opinion? Everyone and everything is exploitable – TPTB hate open and free in a one microsoft way world.

    May God reveal the truth of Ian’s passing. Amen.

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