Belize PM says McAfee "bonkers," should help in murder case


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  • Wednesday, 14 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) - Belize's prime minister on Wednesday urged anti-virus software pioneer John McAfee to help the country's police with a murder inquiry, calling McAfee "bonkers" for recent media statements.

"I don't want to be unkind, but he seems to be extremely paranoid - I would go so far as to say bonkers," Prime Minister Dean Barrow said in Belize City. "He ought to man up and respect our laws and go in and talk to the police."

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