Wired spoke again with John McAfee, one of the pioneers of antivirus software, and he alleges that he's being framed by crooked government officials.
The 67-year-old antivirus-software pioneer turned fugitive retains Telesforo Guerra, who happens to be the uncle of his 20-year-old girlfriend, to help him set up a meeting with the prime minister of Belize.
The antivirus software pioneer uses a new blog to criticize authorities and the media while chronicling his attempts to avoid questioning in connection with a murder last week.
In an interview with the tech pub, John McAfee, a pioneer in combating computer viruses, denies knowledge of the murder of Gregory Faull, who was found shot to death this weekend. Police say McAfee is wanted for questioning.
After sneaking across the Guatemalan border and being detained by police, the antivirus-software pioneer may now be released to get his immigration status in order.
Wanted in connection with a fatal shooting in Belize, the software pioneer is working the Guatemalan legal system in an effort to avoid deportation.
Not long after a secretive CNN interview with fugitive software pioneer John McAfee, McAfee's own blog posts an item saying he may have been captured. True? Or another twist in an already odd tale?
The security software founder, who has arrived back in the U.S. after fleeing Belize for Guatemala, tells ABC News he faked an illness to avoid being deported to Belize.
The McAfee founder says the gadget will be able to create decentralized networks that won't be accessible by governments.
Police in Belize are still searching for John McAfee, one of the pioneers of antivirus software, for questioning about the murder of his neighbor. The mayor of the village where both men lived says he expects a status update soon.