No ac­tive war­rant for Mcafee in U.S.

Anti-virus soft­ware founder wanted in Belize af­ter neigh­bor’s death.

Austin American-Statesman - - THE SECOND FRONT - By Kelli Kennedy

MI­AMI BEACH, FLA. — Anti-virus soft­ware founder John McAfee said Thurs­day that U.S. au­thor­i­ties have made no ef­forts to ques­tion him since he ar­rived in Mi­ami Wed­nes­day af­ter weeks of evad­ing Belizean au­thor­i­ties who want to ques­tion him about the death of his neigh­bor.

“Why would they want to ques­tion me, about what?” McAfee said Thurs­day. The mul­ti­mil­lion­aire was char­ac­ter­is­ti­cally chatty and seemed to en­joy pos­ing for pic­tures with tourists and “Amy” can join him.

The 67-year-old Bri­tish na­tive said he has no money and no home in the U.S. and has been get­ting by on cash that a Cana­dian friend sent him un­til his prop­erty man­ager comes to Mi­ami with his cash and credit cards.

If he’s re­united with the women, he said he doesn’t know where he’ll live or how he’ll re­build his life.

McAfee’s ex­pul­sion from Guatemala marked the lat­est chap­ter in a strange, month­long odyssey to avoid po­lice ques­tion­ing about the Novem­ber killing of Amer­i­can ex­pa­tri­ate Gre­gory Viant Faull, who lived a cou­ple of houses down from McAfee’s com­pound on Ambergris Caye, off Belize’s Caribbean coast.

John McAfee was ex­pelled from Guatemala af­ter sneak­ing into the coun­try il­le­gally.

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