See that? I got to use the next title in the series. This is getting so legit, yo.
Anyway! Things are getting more and more intense for our beloved hero, John McAfee, who has either mistakenly been pinned for a crime, intentionally been pinned for a crime, or actually committed a crime. In our last episode, he sought refuge from the Belize authorities in the welcoming ports of Guatemala, where his welcome was quickly turned to detainment while the authorities prepared to deport him. And now, the saga continues as Mr. Mcafee leaves Guatemala–by taking a plane, by himself, to Miami!
Reaching the states, he was greeted at the airport by federal agents, where he was then taken away–soon afterwords, he revealed he was currently taking shelter in an upscale Miami Hotel.
He had already mentioned his intention of returning to the states in a interview with the press during his time in Guatemala, saying “I can’t take a flight that stops in any other country and there are only two flights going to America today. I’m happy to be going home,”.
“I’ve been running through jungles and rivers and oceans and I think I need to rest for a while. And I’ve been in jail for seven days.” He continued. If you’re wondering where his lovely sidekick and romantic partner Samantha Vanegas is, she and him were ‘forcibly separated’ earlier, leaving him to fend for himself, until a time comes when she can join him in the states.
However, all is not right with McAfee yet: the United States has a extradition treaty with Belize, which means the Belzie government can, and likely will, request that the United States send their wayward son back to the South American country for questioning, or, if we’re to believe McAfee, execution.
“I don’t want to be unkind to the gentleman, but I believe he is extremely paranoid. I would go so far as to say bonkers,” the Belize prime minister, Dean Barrow, has said. “He ought to man up and respect our laws and go in and talk to the police.”
McAfee, however, has shown no sign of returning willingly: when asked what he’d like to do if he went back to the states, he said “I simply would like to live comfortably day by day, fish, swim, enjoy my declining years,”.
So the story continues: Will McAfee get to stay in the United States? Will be he shipped back to Belize to face the consequences of this gristly murder? Was he a rebel against an oppressive government regime, or is he just a paranoid nutcase? And if he didn’t murder that man, who did?! All these questions, and more, will be answered–NEXT TIME!