Deported McAfee Hopes To Return To US From Belize

Deported McAfee Hopes To Return To US From Belize

A recent report confirmed that John McAfee is very much keen to come to the United States, after being exiled to Belize. He is reported to be questioned over a case surrounding death of his neighbor.

"Our intent is to return to America, if at all possible, and settle down to whatever normal life we can settle down to under the circumstances", said the American tech king, while talking to reporters via a video stream from an immigration detention center in Guatemala City.

While the 67-year-old Internet security founder has made it clear that he has no connection whatsoever with the killing of American businessman Gregory Faull, a Guatemalan judge didn't allow him to return. Furthermore, he made it clear about the reasons of why he was taken to a police hospital last week with his age calling for some or the other health issues. Though, he asserted that he is fine and there is nothing serious.

While his team said he could have cardiovascular problems, his attorney later denied the same and said that he suffered a nervous breakdown. The man has apparently been living in Belize from 2008, after he sold his share in McAfee Associates. It would be worth seeing if he is really guilty or being falsely accused.


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