Tech Mogul & Cash App Founder Bob Lee Killed In San Francisco

( – In a stunning and tragic example of how leftist cities have spun completely out of control, the creator of the Cash App Bob Lee was stabbed to death late Monday night. Police found him early in the early morning hours of April 4th and transported him to the hospital where he passed away. No suspects or arrests have been announced as of April 5th.

The New York Post is reporting that he was found around 2:35 a.m. in the Rincon Hill section of the city, one of the supposed “safe” areas. The 43-year-old leaves behind two young children. Police and Jake Shields, a friend and mixed MMA expert, are reporting that they believe the attack was a mugging/robbery.

The Rincon Hill section is one of the richest areas of San Francisco, simultaneously making it safer and a target for muggers. The average house price in the neighborhood runs $1.4 million if is to be trusted.

Lee was serving as the chief product officer for MobileCoin, a San Francisco-based cryptocurrency firm. He had been working in that role since November 2021, and recently relocated to Miami, perhaps in part due to the crime in the city.

Elon Musk was even shocked by his passing. He commented on Shields’ tweet with contempt for how San Francisco has been enduring a wave of “violent crime.” Elaborating he explained how many people that he knows personally have been “severely assaulted,” while lamenting the fact their attackers are frequently released immediately. Tagging SF DA Brooke Jenkins, he inquired if the city planned to take “stronger action” to keep repeat offenders off the streets.

Jack Dorsey confirmed Lee’s death on Nostr, another social media website. Lee was the original chief technology officer for Square when Dorsey began the startup.

Dozens of tweets from colleagues and coworkers lamented his loss as someone who was a huge influence in technology with a genuine heart of gold.

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