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John McAfee is blogging on the lam

 software company founder John McAfee

software company founder John McAfee // Ambergris Today Online-Sofia Munoz/AP

John McAfee, the man responsible for the anti-virus software on your computer and currently a murder suspect, has started to blog about life on the run. McAfee has been uncharacteristically open with reporters since police in Belize started looking for him in connection with the murder of his neighbor. He's spoken to Wired and Gizmodo and even revealed to them that he changed his appearance, which is an unbelievably stupid thing for a wanted murderer to do. It's like he's never watched a getaway movie in his entire life. 

Not satisfied telling reporters all the secrets of his life as a fugitive, McAfee decided to start a blog to deliver the real truth, unfiltered, in his own terms. His first post criticized the press coverage of the murder investigation.

Read more at The Atlantic Wire

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