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Internet mogul McAfee arrested in Guatamala

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Thursday, December 06, 2012

Washington Post: The apprehension follows a chase by authorities that John McAfee, 67, documented in updates to Wired magazine and on his own website and Twitter account. He said he previously avoided capture by burying himself in sand and altering his appearance.

Internet entrepreneur John McAfee, wanted for questioning in the shooting of a neighbor in Belize, was arrested by Guatemalan police after a month on the run.

Authorities detained McAfee yesterday for illegally entering the country, Interior Ministry spokeswoman Karla Herrera said by telephone. A post on McAfee’s blog today said he was detained at an immigration office in Guatemala City.

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0 #1 RE: Internet mogul McAfee arrested in GuatamalaGuest 2012-12-06 18:13:59
"Burying himself in sand and altering his appearance???" Seriously? I've loved following this story because he is just so insane.
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