Founder of McAfee Antivirus Says He Was Falsely Imprisoned By a Gang Suppression Unit in Belize

It took awhile for the news to migrate up from Belize, but earlier this week John McAfee, the investor, philanthropist,

It took awhile for the news to migrate up from Belize, but earlier this week John Mcafee, the investor, philanthropist, and founder of the McAfee, the less-than-loved antivirus software company, offered up a statement claiming that he forcibly imprisoned by the Belize Gang Suppression Unit (GSU).

“They murdered my dog in cold blood,” he told told News Channel 5 in Belize, adding that 30 armed officers from GSU showed up at his home, took his passport, and arrested him all for a trumped up weapons charge. “It began, innocently enough, with my refusal to donate to the local political boss of the district where I lvied [sic],” he claims. Read More

Founder of McAfee Antivirus Says He Was Falsely Imprisoned By a Gang Suppression Unit in Belize