McAfee says will not return to Belize, willing to talk to police


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  • Friday, 14 Dec 2012

Computer software pioneer John McAfee speaks with reporters outside his hotel in Miami Beach, Florida December 13, 2012. REUTERS/Joe Skipper

(Reuters) - U.S. software pioneer John McAfee said that he will not return to Belize where police want to question him about a murder case, but that he is willing to let authorities from the Central American nation interview him in a "neutral country."

McAfee, 67, went into hiding after his American neighbour Gregory Faull was fatally shot in November. He made his way secretly to neighbouring Guatemala, but the authorities there deported him to Miami on Wednesday.

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