Software pioneer McAfee says framed for murder in Belize

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  • Tuesday, 13 Nov 2012

Computer security industry pioneer John McAfee is seen speaking in San Pedro, Belize November 8, 2012. REUTERS/San Pedro Sun

BELIZE CITY (Reuters) - Computer security industry pioneer John McAfee says he has gone into hiding in Belize because he believes authorities there are trying to frame him for the murder of a neighbour, a crime he says he did not commit, according to Wired magazine.

Belize police are searching for McAfee as "a person of interest" in a murder investigation.

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