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The software tycoon John McAfee's return to the US marks the latest chapter in a strange, month-long odyssey to escape police questioning about a killing in Belize.

Anti-virus software developer John McAfee arrives in US

Anti-virus software founder John McAfee has arrived in the US after being deported from Guatemala, where he had sought to evade police questioning in the killing of a man in neighbouring Belize.

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Guatemala arrests software guru John McAfee

Guatemalan police arrested US software guru John McAfee yesterday for illegally entering the country and said it would seek to expel him to neighbouring Belize, which he fled after being sought for questioning over his neighbour's murder.

McAfee finds 'safe place to speak freely' in Guatemala

The US software company founder, John McAfee, has appeared in public, saying that he plans to ask for asylum in Guatemala because he fears persecution in Belize.

The eccentric millionaire, 67, is currently on the run, after Belize police said he was wanted for questioning in connection with the killing of his neighbour Gregory Viant Faull.

Fugitive software tycoon John McAfee seeks asylum in Guatemala

Fugitive software company founder John McAfee has surfaced in public for the first time in weeks, saying he plans to ask for asylum in Guatemala because he fears persecution in Belize.

The eccentric millionaire, 67, is currently on the run, after Belize police said he was wanted for questioning in connection with the killing of his neighbour Gregory Viant Faull.

Fugitive software tycoon John McAfee claims he has made it across border into Guatemala

Eccentric millionaire on the run after Belize police said he was wanted for questioning in connection with the killing of his neighbour

Is Anti-Virus John McAfee in Guatemala?

Gawker reports disapprovingly on "tits-and-drugs rag Vice" accidentally revealing the location of on-the-run John McAfee, the 67-year-old founder of the antivirus company, who has been in hiding since his neighbour was murdered last month.

John McAfee: 'I have modified my appearance in a radical fashion'

'Come forward man' - Belize PM tells technology millionaire John McAfee to hand himself in as police seek to question him over murder of neighbour

The Prime Minister of Belize has called for the technology millionaire John McAfee to ‘come forward’, as police seek to interview him in relation to the death of one of his neighbours.

Software boss hunted over death of his neighbour

With his tinted hair and tribal tattoos, John McAfee has always stood out among the yacht-owning multi-millionaires who choose to live out their teatime years in the picturesque Caribbean tax haven of Belize.

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