John McAfee Interview: Software Mogul Leaves Belize

Matt Gutman talked to the millionaire who is wanted in connection to his neighbor's killing.
2:26 | 12/05/12

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George, now, we're going to get the latest on that internet millionaire who is on the run. We've been following the strange case of software pioneer john McAFEE. He is wanted for qstioning in the murder of his neighbor in belize, but won't speak to the police. He has spoken to us about the latest twist in the case. And abc's matt gutman has the story. Reporter: Multimillionaire SOFTWARE TYCOON john McAfee's hiding out in belize is over. He's now in guatemala, where later today, he'll seek asylum. I'm in a place where there's some sanity. Reporter: Earlier tuesday, we spoke briefly at this restaurant there. I chose guatemala carefully. Reporter: Mcafee has been on the run since the murder of his neighborhood, greg faull. POLICE say McAfee is not a suspect, and just want to talk to him. But he bolted. Why did you need asylum? You don't have to believe what the police tell us. Even though they say he is not a suspect. But they were trying to capture him. Reporter: Overnight, mcafee said the government had raided his home and threatened the family of his 20-year-old girlfriend, sam. 15 armed soldiers come in and personally kidnap my housekeeper. Threaten sam's father with torture. And haul away $500,000 worth of --. Reporter: For three weeks, McAFEE HAS BEEN ON THE RUN, Trying to throw off a manhunt that they say never existed. Calling in false sightings. MR. McAFEE HAS BEEN ARRESTED Just across the border of belize. Reporter: And zipping around in speedboats and vans. All of the authorities, including belize's prime minister, question his sanity. It strikes me that he's extremely paranoid. I would go so far as to say bonkers. Reporter: All that misdirection and admitted paranoia may be coming to an end. Do you feel safe finally? Absolutely. I feel like I've come home. Reporter: He feels so safe, in a couple of hours, he'll hold a press conference in guatemala city. He's very unhappy about how he's been portrayed by the media as unstable. It's not clear what he's going to say later. We'll be watching. Matt, thanks very much.

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