Former Woodland Park resident John McAfee, 67, remained in detention in Guatemala City, after fleeing his home in Belize, where he is wanted for questioning in the murder investigation concerning his neighbor, Gregory Faull.
According to a Dec. 7 article in the Los Angeles Times, McAfee, who developed anti-virus software that carries his name, was hospitalized for chest pains after seeking asylum in Guatemala.
His request was denied and according to the article, McAfee's extradition has been delayed.
While living in a mansion in Woodland Park, McAfee opened a yoga and natural-healing center. Author of “The Fabric of Self,” McAfee writes in the chapter titled “World: “We have created a world of conflict through our self-centered activities and, that world of conflict, in turn, has created self-centeredness in the individual. It is an unending circle. Our relationship to the world will continue to be one of conflict and illusion as long as we relate from our center of selfishness.”
According to the LA Times article, McAfee was accompanied by his 20-year-old girlfriend.