The wild life of John McAfee, mysterious cybersecurity pioneer
McAfee has gone from being an anti-virus software inventor to a person of interest in a murder to a presidential candidate.
"I can't say I've given up on my hopes for justice," Gregory Faull's mother Eileen Keeney said.
McAfee is the CEO of MGT Capital, a company that invests in cyber security.
"I had nothing to do with the murder of Gregory Faull," John McAfee told ABC News' Matt Gutman.
The day after McAfee's dogs were found poisoned, McAfee's neighbor Gregory Faull was killed.
No drugs were found in McAfee's lab, and he left the jungle and moved back to Ambergris Caye.
John McAfee says McAfee anti-virus software was created in a day and a half.
In an ABC News exclusive, the tech mogul speaks about the 2012 murder of Gregory Faull, his neighbor in Belize.
"I had nothing to do with the murder of Gregory Faull," McAfee told ABC News "20/20" in an exclusive interview with him and his wife, Janice.
ABC News' Matt Gutman visited McAfee to discuss what happened in Belize, where authorities named him a "person of interest" in his neighbor's murder.