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Nov 13, 2012

McAfee speaks to Wired Magazine

John McAfee

At the top of the newscast, we reported that John McAfee was still on the lam and that he is wanted for questioning in the weekend murder of Gregory Faull. The last interview McAfee gave locally was to this station; since then he has only been speaking to the international media. One of his favorite outlets is Joshua Davis at wired.com. McAfee, who is in hiding, spoke with Davis today for more than twenty minutes via phone. Here is an excerpt of that interview that touched a number of topics.

 

Joshua Davis, Wired.com

“Let’s talk about the drugs; the accusations that you are dealing with drugs; specifically your postings about MDPV which seem to indicate that you have produced fifty pounds of MDPV.”

 

Via Phone: John McAfee

“First of all I wouldn’t know how to produce fifty pounds of MDPV. I’m not a chemists, I actually almost failed organic chemistry in college; probably less because of my intelligence or because of women. But I wouldn’t know how. I wouldn’t have a vaguest clue how. That lab here, I can do a show and point to things and give their names, but I wouldn’t know how to use them. So number one I wouldn’t know how and number two; for what purpose? I don’t know what the price is or how you would market it, but it has got to be easier and cheaper ways to make money. Probably if I was motivated to that extend that I would start a lab, I would like some software first or at least design some and pay some dollars to write it. It would make more money.”

 

Locally, the manager of Coastal Express, which is owned by McAfee, William Mulligan and his wife Syriana have been detained and so has a taxi operator and the caretaker of McAfee’s estate. The Mulligan’s have been detained for unlicensed gun and ammunition. 

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