John McAfee was not caught by the police, as several posts on his blog had indicated yesterday.
He now says he faked his own capture by having a look-alike man carrying a North Korean passport under McAfee's name cause trouble at the Mexican border, says the latest post on McAfee's blog.
McAfee, best known as the creator of anti-virus software, has been living like a fugitive in a Hollywood movie. He's been keeping a blog and Twitter account where he details it all. He's also been conducting interviews.
Police in Belize want to talk to McAfee about the murder of American Gregory Faull, who was found dead last month. Faull was McAfee's neighbor and the two had reportedly been feuding over McAfee's dogs. A few days before Faull's death, some of those dogs were poisoned.
The strange story also includes speculation that McAfee uses a psychoactive drug called MDPV, a charge he denies on his blog.
The police say that they only want to question McAfee about the murder. McAfee has accused the police of harassment that includes arresting and threatening his friends.
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