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John McAfee, millionaire behind the popular anti-virus software, is wanted for murder in Belize.
According to TMZ, Gizmodo reports that Marco Vidal, head of national police force’s Gang Suppression Unit, states that McAfee is a suspect in the murder of Gregory Faull, an American who died from gunshot wounds and was disliked by McAfee.
Additionally, the site notes that details behind the alleged murder are “sketchy.”
However, according to the report, before Faull’s death, he filed a formal complaint on McAfee saying that he “exhibited roguish behavior” after Faull witnessed him firing off guns.
Faull was found dead by his housekeeper on November 11 “lying in a pool of blood” created by a gunshot wound to the head. His laptop and iPhone were reportedly missing from the scene of the crime.
Since reports ran about the murder, the site notes that many have come forward to discuss McAfee’s change in personality. The millionaire has taken a liking to several non-common drugs which he blogs about, one which is referred to as “MDPV” which he calls “the finest drug ever conceived, not just for the indescribable hypersexuality, but also for the smooth euphoria and mild comedown."
Gizmodo notes that McAfee is currently “on the run from murder charges.”