Belize wants to quiz anti-computer virus guru McAfee in murder probe


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  • Tuesday, 13 Nov 2012

BELIZE CITY (Reuters) - Police in Belize want to question U.S. anti-computer virus software pioneer John McAfee in connection with the murder of a neighbour he had been quarrelling with, but they say he remains a person of interest at this time and is not a suspect.

McAfee, who invented the anti-virus software that bears his name, has homes and businesses in Belize, and is believed to have settled in the country some time around 2010.

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