The latest on the millionaire software developer suspected of murder in belize. He's been on the run for more than a week. That hasn't stopped him from speaking out with abc news. And linsey davis has... See More
The latest on the millionaire software developer suspected of murder in belize. He's been on the run for more than a week. That hasn't stopped him from speaking out with abc news. And linsey davis has that interview. Reporter: Good morning, george. For a man who says he is on the run because he fears the government of belize wants him DEAD, john McAfee isn't keeping a low profile. Instead, he is using elaborate disguises to hide in plain sight. And giving interviews to reporters, including me. john McAfee, the american software tycoon wanted for questioning in the murder of his neighbor, says he has nothing to hide. How long will he stay on the run? This has to be exhausting. It's extremely exhausting. I will stay on the run, until the real killer of gregory faull is caught. Reporter: The 67-year-old has been eluding police since NOVEMBER 11th, SINCE HIS Neighbor in belize, greg faull, was found shot in the head. McAFEE HAS NOT BEEN CHARGED. But since investigators called him a person of interest, he's been in the wind, claiming his innocence, while taunting investigators. What do you say to the belize officials who are calling you bonkers and paranoid? Let me me as they wish. I do not intend to turn myself in no matter what they call me. Reporter: Instead, mcafee seems to enjoy playing cat and mouse, saying he's been stuffed back from his sprawling compound. I want to be near things where things are happening. Hiding out in the bushes is helping no one. Reporter: He's launched a new WEBSITE, WHO is McAfee.Com. I darken the skin of my face, neck and hands carefully with shoe polish. I stuff my cheeks with chewed bubble gum. While peddling, I almost sold a dolphin carving to an associated press reporter. while McAfee says he's convinced police will kill him if they find him, he says he would rather hide than flee. This is my home. Why would I leave here? Reporter: Even if he is arrested, he has enough material for his blog to keep going. I asked him, why don't you leave belize? Because, it's beautiful and it's my home. Even if he has to hide out. He's something of a lobbying campaign? On his blog, he is urging people to write into their congressmen about the social injustices in belize. I like the fact that he has enough material to blog for a year. All right, linsey.
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