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Nov 16, 2012

McAfee losing credibility on the international scene

John McAfee

Gregory Faull was murdered and found dead at his house in San Pedro on Sunday morning. But the story is no longer about Faull’s murder; the focus is now Faull’s neighbor, John McAfee, the anti-virus founder who is wanted for questioning. A News Five team remains in San Pedro covering the story, which has been picked up by most international news networks since the beginning of the week. Today, anticipation built up because McAfee was reportedly to come out of hiding. That has not happened, but News Five’s Jose Sanchez went back today to McAfee’s house in north San Pedro following the trail of the dogs that were killed.  Here is his report.

 

Jose Sanchez

Jose Sanchez

“I’m standing at the entrance of John McAfee’s house. It is about five and three-quarter miles north of Ambergris Caye in the area known as the Mata Grande. There are three buildings in his compound. At the front you can see that the light si still on. Yesterday, News Five met two young ladies who had keys to the building who were staying at the house. They identified themselves by their aliases, Tiffany and Ana. Tiffany said that they were receiving death-threats because of their relationship with McAfee. She also said that McAfee was with them on the night in which the murder of Gregory Faull occurred; providing the millionaire with an alibi.”

 

Via Phone: Tiffany, McAfee’s Girlfriend File: November 15th, 2012]

“I left him in the room of the other girl. I haven’t seen him hurt anything in his life. From the time I’ve been with him, I never seen him hurt a man. So is he capable of doing something like this? I guess maybe the person that killed Mister Gregory, maybe they wanted to kill John; instead they got that guy. Like they said the house is near to us. I don’t know.”

 

Duane Moody

“Tiffany I’m understanding that there have been reports that Mister McAfee and Mister Faull were not the best of friends. Can you attest to any of that?”

 

Via Phone: Tiffany

“Well as far as I’ve seen, they have never had an argument. One time while I was there—that was like four months ago—and complained about the dogs barking. When I came back on Monday, the police was at the house doing an investigation. I went to the house when I came back from Belize and one of the girl was there cleaning and she said that the police were there. I came out and talked to them and they said they are doing an investigation about a murder.”

 

Manuel Heredia

Manuel Heredia, Minister of Tourism

“What we are trying to do is to make sure that they realize that it’s an isolated issue and that San Pedro still remains one of the safest places in the country; I believe in the region. And that tourists have nothing to fear; very minimal things have happened to tourists which is not common in other destinations. So it is not something that really I believe that tourists will be afraid not to come. On the other side, I think at the end of the day, it will turn out to be something positive after the international media realizes that San Pedro where this thing happens is such a wonderful place with many things to offer like the rest of Belize. And at the end of the day, I think that the amount of coverage that Belize and in particular San Pedro will be getting with this will be incredible; free of cost.”

 

Jose Sanchez

“Do you believe that the people in U.S, your audience, the millions who watch CNN are listening to what he is saying? What are their impressions from what you are gathering?”

 

Martin Savidge

Martin Savidge, CNN

“Well I think to put it mildly, many people would listen to John McAfee and the things that he has said and believe that this is a man who somehow is trouble and perhaps some might even say he sounds a bit crazy. The allegations he makes as far as the government here trying to frame him or that the government would kill him if he was taken into custody, I don’t believe it is believed by hardly anybody; at least those that I talk to back home. Which again adds to the story: why would a man say such things? What drives him to have this kind of paranoia? And that’s what’s raised the level of the story in people’s minds. What is really going on? I don’t think in anyways it negatively impacts Belize because most people are looking at this and say it is an isolated incident, it is a very strange story; but it doesn’t seem to be reflective of failure on the part of law enforcement or on some sort of social problem here in Belize. The tragic death of Greg Faull was a murder and that remains to be solved. The involvement of John McAfee, if there is any direct involvement, remains to be seen.”

 

Jose Sanchez

“I’m coming up to the back of McAfee’s yard. There are five dogs that are still alive and they appear to be well-fed—someone is taking care of these dogs—however, there is allegedly no one on the property. The yard seems well taken care of and if you take a little look at the main house in the front, you can see the backdoor is wide open. There are too many signs that there is someone moving about on the property, but yet the place is quiet. I’m standing behind John McAfee’s residence. Several of his dogs were killed and the area behind his house where you see this big hole right here is where the dogs were buried. A forensic team came out couple days ago and exhumed the dogs. We believe that they are going to do a toxicology report to see if they were poisoned. The gloves here on the ground are believed to have been used by the forensic team and hole still remains. You can still smell the stench of some rotting animal. John McAfee has still not surfaced as yet. There are still reports that he has made contact with someone from Wired Magazine. But while those reports are ongoing, the police are still doing door to door knocks of friends that he has on the island. Reporting for News Five, Jose Sanchez.”

 

News Five understands that the reason why the stench still permeated the air at the site is because only the dogs’ heads were taken by the forensics team and the bodies were left behind.

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9 Responses for “McAfee losing credibility on the international scene”

  1. Uncle Benji says:

    CNN says it appears as “strange behavior.” It does not appear. it is strange behaviour by McAfee.

    What do you expect when you are anally intakiing bath salts?

    The predictable result is paranoia, panic attacks, mood swings and reckless behaviour. When you add all of those effects together, you get the “dark hell” many people describe after their first, and often their last, experience with the drugs.

    Before this is over, McAfee will kill………………………………. again.

  2. Uncle Benji says:

    In the world of computer hackers, McAfee goes by the name of “stuffmonger,” McAfee has posted more than 200 times over the last six months about his quest to purify bath salt drugs.

    “I’m a huge fan of MDPV,” he wrote. “I think it’s the finest drug ever conceived, not just for the indescribable hypersexuality, but also for the smooth euphoria and mild comedown.”

    “I had visual and auditory hallucinations and the worst paranoia of my life.” He recommended that the most effective way to take a dose is via rectal insertion, a procedure known as “plugging,” writing: “Measure your dose, apply a small amount of saliva to just the tip of your middle finger, press it against the dose, insert. Doesn’t really hurt as much as it sounds. We’re in an arena (drugs/libido) that I navigate as well as anyone on the planet here. If you take my advice about this (may sound gross to some of you perhaps), you will be well rewarded.”

  3. Artful says:

    So many people have died in Ambergris Caye lately, and this is isolated????

  4. Eye in the Sky says:

    McAfee will be found dead by self inflicted gunshot wounds.
    The government of Belize will investigate and rule it a suicide.
    Dead men tell no tales and Minister Heredia and the UDP Goons will have their man where they want him . . . DEAD ! ! ! ! !

    Stay away from San Pedro & Ambergris Caye. They hate tourists and only want your money.

  5. russian says:

    POLICE are totally CORRUPT in BELIZE , i have first hand knowledge

  6. Uncle Benji says:

    This moron McAfee has created a blog. Belize is getting a bad rap. Uncle Benji is urging all bloggers to log onto McAfee blog and let the world know the truth about McAfee and Belize. Uncle Benji has posted about 25 pro Belize comments on this moron’s blog.

    McAfee blog can be found at:

    http://www.whoismcafee.com

  7. REALLY says:

    Minister of Tourism should be censored, how can this be isolated with so many murders and attacks on tourist in the past months. How can this be positive, sure MORON

  8. Elgin Martinez says:

    Let’s hope this is going to be a wake up call for my Belizean brothers and sisters.Wake up Belize.Mcafee already know we’re divided,hence the reason he’s doing all this.

  9. Xtasy says:

    soooo ummm……..exhuming the dog’s bodies to see if they were posioned is going to prove what exactly?? Smh…..the BS money is wasted on!!

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