RIP! Cash App Creator Bob Lee Stabbed To Death In San Francisco!

CashApp creator Bob Lee stabbed to death
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Bob Lee, the 43-year-old former chief technology officer of Square of Jack Dorsey who helped launch Cash App, has died after an apparent stabbing attack. Video footage shows that he walked up an empty San Francisco street in the early hours of Tuesday, gripping his side with one hand and his cell phone in the other, leaving a trail of blood behind him. “Help!” he screamed into his phone. “Someone stabbed me.” It was too late. He later died in the hospital!

Bob Lee was taken to San Francisco General Hospital and later died. Police say he suffered two stab wounds to the chest. Lee’s death was confirmed by Josh Goldbard, the CEO of his current employer, MobileCoin. Lee joined MobileCoin, a cryptocurrency and digital payments startup, in 2021 as its chief product officer.

His death has triggered a flurry of outrage from the tech industry over the state of public safety in San Francisco.

Our dear friend and colleague, Bob Lee passed away yesterday at the age of 43, survived by a loving family and collection of close friends and collaborators. We will miss you Bob. We love you.

Josh Goldbard, CEO MobileCoin

San Francisco police reported that around 2.35 am on Tuesday, officers responded to a report of a stabbing on Main Street, where they found Bob Lee with apparent stab wounds. Officers rendered aid, the department said in a press release, and called medics to the scene, who transported Lee to the hospital, where he died of his injuries.

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